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Top Customer Reviews
Bayou Moon follows William, the wolf changeling from On The Edge, in his continued hunt for his old enemy Spider. He was quite possibly my favourite character from OTE, despite not being the main role or the hero of the story. He's so deeply damaged, no family, a trained killer, someone who wants nothing more than a family of his own. There is something heartbreaking about reading the first chapter of this book, seeing him playing with the action figures he's bought himself to try and have some of the childhood he was denied.
William is hunting Spider in the Edge when his path crosses that of Cerise Mar. The Mar's are land rich but cash poor and her parents, head of the family, have just disappeared. It's thought that their long term rivals are responsible, but she soon learns that Spider has a hand in it as well. Cerise has to lead her family against their rivals knowing not everyone will survive. She realises William will be a valuable asset going up against Spider, but with sparks flying between them and secrets that could ruing everything, nothing is simple.
I didn't have any problems getting in to this book, I was hooked from the start.Read more ›
The setting of Bayou Moon intrigued me from the beginning. Being a Louisiana girl, I appreciated the swamp setting and I knew exactly what she meant when she said it had an almost primeval beauty. Something I've liked about both Edge books is the almost "old world" setting - if you back-stab an Edger or renege on a deal they aren't likely to call the law, but might shoot you, instead. It just seems like a simpler world, in some ways - even though a more dangerous one.
The hero of Bayou Moon is William Wolf. William is a changeling - a lot of his thought processes aren't like a "typical" man's. Well, maybe they are... he does tend to be pretty straight-forward. Regarding his feelings toward Cerise, the heroine, he's just adorable. Cerise, on the other hand, is tough, a great fighter, and every bit a match for William though she does need to work on trust issues.
The over-arching story is one of betrayal and revenge. Another Mire family, the Sheeriles, has sold out Cerise's parents to agents of The Hand from Louisiana (a territory in the Weird, not the state) and is planning on annihilating her family.Read more ›
Cerise is an Edger, living in the swamp area of "The Edge", the place between two worlds, the Broken where there is no magic, and the Weird where magic is in abundance. William is a Changeling, originaly a soldier from the weird, he escaped from their bizzare laws and fled to the broken but now has to come to the Edge to settle an old score and needs Cerise's help to do it.
Great story, loads of action, just enough romance to make me smile and a good dollop of Ilona's sense of humor. Read it NOW!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Okay so initially I was surprised and disappointed to find that this book doesn't follow the same characters as book 1. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Charlotte
Loved it!! Even better than On the Edge as we'd already been introduced to this fantastic world
HIGHLY RECOMMEND! <3
I'm a huge Ilona Andrews fan and wasn't sure whether I would like The Edge series as much as I adore the Kate Daniels series. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ms Sara J Bright
I bought this series years ago after finding Ilona Andrews and the 'Kate Daniels' series. I loved Kate et al and thought it was a better series than 'The Edge' but after reading... Read morePublished 20 months ago by book mamma
Good series - stand alone stories but moving onwards looking forward to book 5Published 23 months ago by Tarka2
I'm a total Kate Daniels fan girl but for some reason it's taken me a long time to get around to reading Ilona & Gordon Andrews' Edge series. Read more
This is unusual and compelling fantasy set in an alternative world where there are three regions - the Broken (our standard world with no magic), the Weird (a magic world) and the... Read morePublished on 28 Mar. 2015 by Anne
I usually read books by Gena Showalter, Kresley Cole, Nalini Singh... etc. So anyway, I decided to try this author after some recommendations. Read morePublished on 23 Dec. 2014 by Elle