“Forget vampires,” he laughed dismissively.
“Who wants to drink blood for eternity? What we have discovered is far more seductive and a great deal more dangerous…”
When 17-year old Emily Morgan meets beautiful but strange Theo de Lucis, there is an immediate attraction between them. But what is his secret? What ancient link ties him to Emily? And what is the significance of the Blue Moon Ball?
As Emily is drawn irrevocably into the glamorous and mysterious world of the de Lucis family, so she is forced to change every perception she has ever had about life, love, aging and death. The truth is terrifying and the consequences unthinkable…
A supernatural horror story, based on society’s obsession with aging and the desire for eternal youth, Blue Moon is the first book in the ‘Blue Crystal’ trilogy…
Blue Moon has Received Over 23 Five-Star Reviews
By JGH 5/5* Verified Purchase - Excellent first novel. Exciting and original ideas which leave you guessing what's coming next. Gripping to the end. Looking forward to book 2.
By Lou 5/5* - Verified Purchase - Really enjoyed this book, great Twilight feel to the book with a very dark side. Never read a book like it before and it kept me gripped to the end. Looking forward to book 2 :)
By Jim 5/5* - Verified Purchase - Great story, well written, really good to read - enjoyed it very much - looking forward to the next book
Meet the Author
Pat Spence is a freelance writer and ex- magazine editor. She has worked as a copywriter in advertising agencies, a freelance trainer teaching personal development and a massage therapist/aromatherapist. She is married with a daughter, and has a degree in English Literature.
'Blue Moon' is her fictional debut, a supernatural love story about a strange family, with an ancient secret, who arrives in an English village to renovate an old manor house. When local girl, 17-year old Emily Morgan, falls for the glamorous and mysterious Theo, she is forced to change every perception she has ever had about life, love, aging and death. This is the first book in the 'Blue Crystal' trilogy, which takes its inspiration from the Victorian classic 'She' by Rider Haggard, a story about eternal youth. In our current youth-obsessed society, the theme seems more appropriate than ever... 'True Blue' and 'Into the Blue' are to follow.