Can a couple’s love from two different
worlds stand the test of time?
Draconians were know to be a ruthless,
cruel and very domineering race. Because of their super-human
strength and continuous thirst for blood, they overpowered and
enslaved the humans. Although Sorin de cu Luna was a
Draconian master warlord, he did not share all of their
cold-hearted customs. As a matter of fact, he secretly
preferred to live in harmony with the humans. And, now, it
seems as if his secret is about to come to light.
While attending a Draconian Overlord’s
wedding, Sorin instantly falls deeply for Alexandreina de cu
Soare, a human female slave of the Overlord. Instead of
forcefully teaching her of the Draconian ways, all Sorin wants
to do is cherish her luscious body and free her from her
enslavement in the Overlord’s castle.
From the beginning, I knew this
relationship was going to be a very difficult one because of
numerous odds that were stacked against Sorin and Alexandreina.
As soon as they were able to overcome one obstacle a new one
popped up that was even more problematical than its
predesessor. The countless twists and turns within this
intriguing plot made Of the Moon a very
enticing, fantastic read. I found both Alexandreina and Sorin
to be strong, caring characters that were willing to go the
extra mile, even with the many potential deadly threats
knocking at their door. I applaud Viva Anna for creating such
a wonderful, tantalizing world and I eagerly look forward to
future installments in the Draconian Legends.