Friday, 30 September 2011

Golden Horizons - Laurie Bowler

Golden Horizons - Laurie Bowler

About the book:
Golden Horizons is part 3 of the Moon Rising series by best selling author Laurie Bowler.

Nessy’s spiritual sojourn continues as the good and the bad, the animal and the human clash - one side vying for supremacy over the other. Nessy’s will power and bravery win as she stands and chooses the right path.
With Charles, the Eaves coven, and the Gulons working and fighting alongside Nessy to discover the mystery surrounding the strange happenings around them in their quiet village, together they must stand and face the evil force to maintain the balance of their world.
The Gulons bring forth their own heritage and legends changing the direction they’ve been ruling and protecting the humans, bringing Nessy back into their safe harness and their co-existence with the vampire race.

The pressure is on for all involved, the covens are forceful, the Gulons are powerful, Nessy is strong willed and finds herself thrown into the dark world along with the unknown attacked evil force that no one has known to exist, until now


This is the 3rd part in the series, and as with the others this does not disappoint. The continued great writing and the new and inventive storyline and characters will leave readers wanting more, i know i do. I loved the extra elements that are captured in this book and really look forward to, and hope that there is another book in this series. I loved the way the key characters are evolving, as well as new characters being brought forward, as well as having new responsibilities put on them. I loved Nessys new ways of dealing with everything that always seems to be thrown at her, the way she always manages to do the right thing and come out on top in the end. I love the relationships she is forming as well as the continued personal relationship she has with Charles, especially all the normal relationship problems that they both have to deal with. I must admit i am in love with this series and think that people should look up these books and give them a read.

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