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Monday, July 22, 2013

Review - "Compulsion" by K.B. Miller





A family secret kept hidden has been exposed, and the consequences could be deadly. 

After Lilyann Moon's beloved grandmother dies shrouded by a veil of mystery, she and her young family members are yanked from their completely normal lives and catapulted directly into the supernatural world of witchcraft. A world they know absolutely nothing about. 

The town of Hampstead, Maryland has no idea of the monsters that lurk in their midst. Or, of the dangers they will face if the Moon Coven doesn't figure out how to embrace the magick within each of them, especially Lily. 

She's suddenly up to her pointy little black hat in magickal problems. Destiny presented her with a few more, and they're pretty major - vampires, ghosts, and brogadhs.

The only bright spot in this nightmare was meeting Mason. But, is she in love with the enemy? Lilyann is in a race against time to save her town and coven. Will she survive the coming dangers, with her heart and neck intact?

It all comes down to this one night...

All Hallows Eve.

Now on to my review.

Lilyann Moon is a witch but she doesn't know it yet, that is until her grandmother dies and leaves the house to her along with everything in it.  while going through her grandmother's things, Lily finds out she is a witch and that there are major problems about to happen on All Hallows Eve, if her and her family don't put do put up a protective spell.

During all of this Lily meets Mason and there is something about him that lures her to him, little does she know that he's a vampire but a good one and is there to help Lily protect everyone from the "bad" vampires----his own siblings.


Now I read this one a little while after reading Haunted Moon but I will tell you that this one is just as good as the first.  Lily's grandmother is the oh so powerful Leeny Moon and she has left many notes/clues for Lily and her family to protect the town from the evil vampires.  Along the way there are many obsticles that she must face and overcome if she is to lead the coven the way that her grandmother knew she could.  I absolutely loved Lily and her strong will to do right but still try to have a little fun along the way, she will and would do absolutely anything to protect those whom she loves.  K.B tells the story in such a way that you are drawn into it and you feel like you are there yourself, following along with the Moon Coven--cheering for their accomplishments, ticked off at their failures and crying at their loses (now i'm not saying that there any failures or losses but that is something you will have to find out for yourself LOL) 

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