She’s angry that I left. I’m angry that I died.
It’s the trouble with our two lives: we don’t only have one past to work through, but two. Double the pain, twice the betrayal.
A million times the tragedy.
***The Moon is the story of Merlin and Nimue from the New Camelot trilogy. It’s recommended that you read the trilogy first, as there are American King spoilers in The Moon.***
Tale of love, past & present
A tale of two people, dealing with the past (and at times, I do mean PAST), present and future, filled with magic and love and a few other interesting things too. Having just finished the New Camelot series, I loved jumping in to read about Merlin and how his story turns out. I won’t tell you and ruin it for you. But you definitely need to read it
If you’ve read The New Camelot series then you know of Merlin,what you don’t know about his life we get in this beautiful tale.
If your looking for a quick read that will have you aching for more Cards Of Love ,The Moon is that story! Sexy,provocative,sometimes tragic,romance that is wicked hot.
No one can ignite your imagination with classic tales spun around betrayal,and romance like Sierra Simone
A novella that is emotional, steamy, and amazing!
This book is part of the New Camelot series and does contain spoilers if you have not read the first 3 books of the series. This book tells the story of the relationship between Merlin and Nimue and begins after a major event that occurs in American King (Book 3 of the New Camelot series). This book is primarily told from the POV of Merlin (the epilogue is in Nimue's POV). Honestly, Merlin was not one of my favorite characters in American Queen and American Prince, but I started to like him in American King. Given my initial dislike of Merlin, Sierra wrote this story in such a way that I could -feel- Merlin's emotions and fully sympathize and empathasize for him. My heart hurt for him when he described the depth of his love for Nimue even though he knew their story would not have a happy ending. BUT, their story does have a happy ending, partly due to Nimue's refusal to let their story end any other way. The Moon is more of a novella than a full length book, but Sierra tells Merlin and Nimue's story so well that I didn't feel like I was missing anything or that I wished she had went into more detail about some things. I will say that the sex scenes in this book are not as long and detailed as the scenes in American King (if you've read that book 😉), but they do not lack in hotness. I'm a big fan of Sierra's work and this novella is another fantastic read from her.