Paperback, 400 pages
Published October 2nd 2012 by St. Martin's Griffin
Kindle Edition, 400 pages
Published October 2nd 2012
Rating: 5 stars
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Kylie is a Chameleon, which means that she has a little bit of all kinds of supernaturals in her DNA. Moreover, as much as Lucas tries to be with Kylie his father has other plans for him. Derek admits that he's in love with her but her heart belongs to a particular werewolf.
That's a lot to take in, right? But, it's not enough for Kylie though.
Being a chameleon is pretty frustrating. Her brain pattern as well as her abilities change all the freaking time. One day she is a witch and the next a vampire, a fae, a ghost and a werewolf. Awesome,huh? Not for Kylie. She must learn how to control this extremely rare kind of supernatural and the only person who can teach her how to accomplish it is her grandfather whom she finally meets. He also insists in her leaving Shadow Falls Camp and living with her kind.
But she can't do that as long as Hannah's ghost, Holiday's sister, asks from Kylie to help Holiday because her life is at risk.
How much more can she take?
The clock is ticking and Kylie can't find the answers she seeks. Someone's is going to die and soon. Can Kylie do something about it or will it be too late?
I loved this book a little more than the others because Kylie is starting to grow up,meaning she makes decisions that can be wrong but at least she's the one to make them.She can be afraid but she has a way to not show it on the outside and that makes her brave and courageous.She doubts,criticizes and stands up for herself when needed to and that's what makes her one of the best female heroines in this genre.
C.C.Hunter did it again for the fourth time with Whispers at Moonrise, the forth installment in the Shadow Falls series. There is a cliffhanger and I know readers hate them but this one will satisfy them (just a little bit).
Expected publication: April 2013 by St. Martin's Press