Hello lovelies! Today I have my book review of
Gypsy Moon is the fourth book in the All The Pretty Monsters series.
Trigger Warnings: Sex, Attempted Murder.
Imagine searching your whole life for answers, and then finally finding them. A part of you is excited to know the truth. Another part of you is damaged, because you realize why it was so hard to learn answers.
Secrets aren’t usually very pretty.
In the midst of all of it, the four monsters I’ve gotten too attached to are about to be reunited with the one woman they all once loved so deeply that they sacrificed everything to have an eternity with her.
They said they hated Arion, but I never see hatred when they’re around him. I see frustration, resentment, anger, and pain, but never hatred.
They say they hate Idun, but until she returns, I won’t know how true that really is. All the pretty monsters don’t have simple emotions, because everyone has lived so long that it’s gotten entirely too complicated to feel anything too much.
The only way to figure out what happens next is to stop stalling and start doing, while silently hoping it doesn’t cost me everything I never knew I wanted…until it landed in my lap.
My life sucks so hard sometimes.
**CANNOT BE READ AS A STAND-ALONE
From GoodReads [x]:
“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.
I started reading Gypsy Moon immediately after I finished reading the previous book, Gypsy Origins.
When I finished reading Gypsy Origins I was eager to get started reading Gypsy Moon; I was very excited. I didn’t quite know what to expect–I didn’t even read the synopsis for these books (save for the very first book in the series).
Within Gypsy Moon we are shown more of the caring sides that the guys usually have hidden away. Yet when Violet is around they all want to take care of her. When Violet’s around all four of them, the guys are … different than when Violet is there.
The guys are showing their more caring sides to Violet even when they’re alone with her. Which in comparison to the last few novels, is kind of a big step up. —- However, Violet isn’t letting herself be swept up in any of this. Through all of this Violet is keeping a level head, and she’s trying to keep her heart of the shenanigans.
In Gypsy Moon we’re given hints that we haven’t even seen the true monster that Violet can become. To me, this has me excited for the next books, since previously we’ve been given hints as to Violet’s capabilities. I eager to know of what Violet’s true monster is.
Throughout Gypsy Moon there’s quite a bit of secrets that were revealed, and I was ecstatic to learn them.
I more likely wolfed down Gypsy Moon that actually reading it. Gypsy Moon was highly entertaining. While reading GM, my eyes were glued to the page.
I quite literally can’t get enough of this story.. however, with the role that Violet played in this novel I’m not sure what to expect for the next book. — I don’t want to think that the fifth book will be the thrilling conclusion to the series, but thats what it’s looking like it’ll be.
I give Gypsy Moon, 4 stars.
Have you read Gypsy Moon? What’d you think of it?
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