Book Review Gypsy Moon by Kristy Cunning

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Imagine searching your whole life for answers, and then finally finding them. A part of you is excited to know the truth. Another part of you is damaged, because you realize why it was so hard to learn answers.

Secrets aren’t usually very pretty.

In the midst of all of it, the four monsters I’ve gotten too attached to are about to be reunited with the one woman they all once loved so deeply that they sacrificed everything to have an eternity with her.

They said they hated Arion, but I never see hatred when they’re around him. I see frustration, resentment, anger, and pain, but never hatred.

They say they hate Idun, but until she returns, I won’t know how true that really is. All the pretty monsters don’t have simple emotions, because everyone has lived so long that it’s gotten entirely too complicated to feel anything too much.

The only way to figure out what happens next is to stop stalling and start doing, while silently hoping it doesn’t cost me everything I never knew I wanted…until it landed in my lap.

My life sucks so hard sometimes.

**Reverse Harem
**Mature content
**Language warning
**Dark Humor
**CANNOT BE READ AS A STAND-ALONE

Title: Gypsy Moon (All The Pretty Monsters Book 4)
Author: Kristy Cunning (pen name for C.M. Owens)
Publication Date: February 14th, 2019
Shelves: Fictional; Romance; Reverse Harem;
Format: Kindle (321 pages)
Rating: 10/10

First order of business on Gypsy Moon, THANK YOU for not killing Shera. YET? That was one of the things I feared. I feel like I felt during Games of Thrones, when I feared loving a character because he might be dead soon, just like Anna, who we still are confused about.
Violet is still an “Oh, My God! Of a woman”!!!! She’s such a controversial character, that I don’t know what to expect. Furthermore, I love how she handles her pretty monsters, and how she keeps them in check.

“I’m not talking to you, and if you’re a smart man, you’ll figure out why”, I state firmly. “Only when you figure it out will we discuss it.”

And then, she does things like this:

“Unsure how to be right now, since this feels sort of awkward, I think I curtsy. Pretty sure that’s why his eyebrows bounce up. Life would be easier if I knew how to be cool.
“I’m weird. I’d apologize, but I’m really too tired”

After reading Gypsy’s Blood, Gypsy Freak and Gypsy Origins, we were left with SO many questions that thankfully were partial explained in Gypsy Moon. Furthermore, we see ourselves closer to the war that everybody sees coming, especially since Idun was raised earlier, without anyone knowing.
On a side note, my questions this time are less than before, but I am still confused regarding some events and secrets that they are still not divulging. Meanwhile, THE Marta comes into play and talked in riddles, because she has bigger secrets to reveal, hopefully in book 5.

I honestly, don’t know how to feel about the ending of this book, since Marta already predicted that they will just walk away when they realize they care about Violet, which they did.
I can’t wait for book 5, since now the Simpletons will make an appearance.

My Questions so far:
What is Violet’s status? An omega? A beta? Maybe an Alpha?
Why Is Arion so sure Idun won’t hurt Violet? What rules is he talking about?
What happens after Violet’s purpose is fulfilled?
Who is Violet’s father? Is Tom really what he says he is?
What is Marta keeping a secret?
What bigger role will Carroline, Boboand Nadine have?

Gypsy’s Blood is the first book of the “All the Pretty Monsters” series. You can find the reading order here


Don’t forget to check the author’s website .

Gypsy’s Blood

Gypsy Freak

Gypsy Origins

Gypsy Moon

Gypsy Rising

Gypsy Truths

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