An average morning is what Emma Johnson envisions when she visits Joe's Caf for a steaming cup of coffee. But the world isn't the place she imagined it to be, and neither is she... After Emma is rescued from a horde of bloodthirsty creatures, she discovers she is the daughter of a powerful Vampire from the House Deviard, her rescuer, Caleb, having been sent to see her safely home. For Caleb is also unique, a werewolf procured to protect the royal Vampiric bloodlines from harm - but nothing more. Soon, the undeniable connection Emma and Caleb share evolves beyond attraction into something unexpected. When she is forced to make a choice, what path will she take - vampire or wolf?
Crimson Moon was a much different werewolf and vampire story than I've read before. It starts out with Emma getting taken by Caleb a man who claims her father has sent for her and she is in danger of people harming her. Her father is a trueblood vampire, so she is kind of like royalty in the vampire world. Emma probably wouldn't have believed vampires and werewolves existed until she actually saw the "things" that were after her when Caleb took her. After all of this she learns that Caleb is actually a werewolf as well as all of the people with him. They end up taking her to a place called "the pit" where she sees a whole new world of werewolves and learns a few things about the strange feelings she keeps having for Caleb. Spoiler alert! When the man comes to take Emma to her father she is heartbroken to learn that Caleb seems to be giving her up. I was so mad at him because of this, I wanted to strangle him! Then Emma goes to meet her father and she learns a few more interesting things about her family she never knew. Now she has to make a choice, if she should become a vampire or not. I really enjoyed this book, it has romance even if it was a little bit fast paced, and werewolves and vampires. I can not wait to continue this series.