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A Brush with the Moon (Foxblood Trilogy One) (Fosswell Chronicles Book 1) by [Lyon, Raquel]
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One moment is all it takes to change your life. For Sophie, it happened the day the fox attacked her.

All Sophie ever wanted was a way out. Only a few weeks ago, she was a quiet art student with an overbearing mother and no higher dream than starting university and reuniting with her BFF, but destiny intervenes in the form of a fox bite.
If being attacked by a rabid animal isn’t freaky enough, her new town has secrets. People are dying, and Sophie feels she is being watched. Then there’s the arrogant and annoyingly sexy Sebastian with his plummy accent and come-to-bed eyes creeping her out. She should stay well away, but then he does live in the spooky manor house, and curiosity is her middle name.

This book uses British spellings and contains language and sexual situations not recommended to be read by those under sixteen.

Due to reader demand, the Foxblood Trilogy is now part of the Fosswell Chronicles. The Foxblood Trilogy remains complete, but readers who enjoyed it can now continue to read more from the same world in Dragonblood.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3465 KB
  • Print Length: 357 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004E3XI08
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,975 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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The book couldn't be any more predictale without being written backwards. And the main charcter is clearly a cardbard cutout macarding as a protagonist.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Deleted from my Kindle and my account. 17 April 2015
By got2catz - Published on
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I am a fan of good YA fiction- sure, Harry Potter, Hunger Games; Divergent was not too bad, ditto the Grisha trilogy, can't wait for Marissa Meyer's Winter to come out- BUT- this appears to have been written BY a teenager, not FOR a teenager. It reads like raunchy fanfiction. The heroine is a total Mary Sue; an ordinary girl who has been chosen for an extraordinary position and given extraordinary powers because she is somehow worthy of it...which we see in no way whatsoever. Throughout the whole book she is whiny and angsty; we never see her dig deep to face a fear or save anyone at any personal cost. She isn't even a very nice person- as soon as she has a little power/ position that allows her to get away with it she acts very immaturely toward a meangirl.She supposedly looks completely ordinary- but throughout the book at least four if not five men, most of whom are rich/ powerful/ incredibly hot themselves, are falling all over her. She is obsessed with her boyfriend but all he has to do is go out of town (for an important reason) and she assumes they are broken up, there is the whole Big Misunderstanding that is only a problem because she wouldn't talk about it, and as soon as the author wants to create sympathy for her falling for somebody else the hero becomes a bureaucratic tool (which he never was before) and the other guy magically transforms from a kind of wierdo surfer dude into someone who has her back no matter what. Plus, this may just be me, but I have a problem with sensationalized rape and oral sex in a book aimed at teenagers- but that may just be me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great story 27 March 2015
By CK - Published on
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A well-developed plot, interesting characters, werewolves, vampires, witches and other fun...and sometimes scary supernaturals all make for a fascinating story.

I thought I'd explain the things I didn't like:*********Spoilers*********

I know Sophie is young but she's pretty self-centered at times. When Seb came back with his injured brother and explained that he may yet not make it, she showed him no sympathy whatsoever, she was only interested in how his absence impacted her.

His cousin coming on to her while Seb was out of town. He claims they share girlfriends but he clearly was possessive of her and not interested in sharing her. Seb couldn't help the work he was doing for his father nor having to hunt down his brother in order to save his life and the lives of others. Having said that, Sebastian was gone for the vast majority of the story.

Sophie tends to make dumb choices sometimes. Hanging with Vincent despite him being around vampires (who can detect what she really is) constantly, not knowing when to follow and when not to, and messing around w/ guys (not just Con) every 5 seconds.

By the end I was kind of starting to root for her and the cousin, because even when Seb was round, it was him who was more attentive to her. I still didn't get why she was chosen to have any special powers, I was invested in the character but she sure didn't seem like anything special mentally but then again the powers she received didn't seem so special at times. Her importance to Jimmy and the others (I don't want to spoil it for people) was a great twist, however.
23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Immature 4 February 2015
By Carol Neal - Published on
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Not recommended for the under 18s because of the raunchy sex scenes? The sex scenes seem very artificial and rather like the fantasies of a 14 year old. The book does seem as if it has been written by an imaginative 14 year old with little understanding of human character.There is no depth of character-- just a group of teenage girls whose only interest is the sexy contours of the male behind. I kept reading, hoping the book would improve but had to abandon it about half way through.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Wham! Paranormal creatures are everywhere. 7 April 2015
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Suddenly paranormal creatures are everywhere... Some with weird habits. E.g is Connor a sort of peeping Tom or is he just at the right place at the right time? Sebastian and Connor are cousins (werewolves) who fell in love with the same girl, well all the male characters, including Tyron the vampire, seems smitten with Sophie the foxy protagonist. Love triangles, jealousy, etc reminds me of Twilight... I also found it strange that Sebastian let Sophie (the girl he supposedly loves) watched when he changed to a werewolf and she didn't get scared nor blink an eye. So much for werewolves 'normally' forgetting the people they love when the animal in them took over, and they kill those that they love...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So much to love! 19 December 2014
By Random user - Published on
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Okay...there was a great deal about this book that I liked. Free books usually get me with the writing...and I find them difficult to read. But this one was just fine! I didn't find anything wrong with it at all.

I absolutely loved how normal the book started. It drew me into an ordinary world...and kept me there until the big bang...which...helped me feel the same surprise and disbelief as Sophia. I enjoyed that bit about the book. Typically you go into a fantasy book already feeling the fantasy of it...but this one was different.
I really enjoy the characters. Beth is so likable...
I also enjoy the fact that the author doesn't seem touchy about the characters. I've read some books where so little happens to main characters...only the side ones you care nothing for get hurt. Not in this one! Which, again, makes this book great.

My only issue is Sebastian....but that is my personal dislike of him.

I just got the other two books and will happily be reading them now! :) This is definitely worth the read!