A family secret kept hidden has been exposed, and the consequences could be deadly.
After Lilyann Moon's beloved grandmother dies shrouded by a veil of mystery, she and her young family members are yanked from their completely normal lives and catapulted directly into the supernatural world of witchcraft. A world they know absolutely nothing about.
The town of Hampstead, Maryland has no idea of the monsters that lurk in their midst. Or, of the dangers they will face if the Moon Coven doesn't figure out how to embrace the magick within each of them, especially Lily.
She's suddenly up to her pointy little black hat in magickal problems. Destiny presented her with a few more, and they're pretty major - vampires, ghosts, and brogadhs.
The only bright spot in this nightmare was meeting Mason. But, is she in love with the enemy? Lilyann is in a race against time to save her town and coven. Will she survive the coming dangers with her heart and neck intact?
It all comes down to this one night...
All Hallows Eve.
An amazing read full of magic mystery and romance. I was captivated from the first page. Kymberlee Burks-Miller’s style whisks you away and captures your heart while bending the imagination at the same time. ~~Joann H. Buchanan Author I AM WOLF book 1 of Children of Nox
Through first love, family secrets, destiny, self confidence, and everything that ties a strong family together. Compulsion will leave you wanting more.
5/5 stars ~~ Sabrina Ford, Paranormals Reads
I highly recommend this book to any and everyone that enjoys a great paranormal read. 5 out of 5 stars for Compulsion by Kymberlee Burks-Miller I can't wait for book 2 in the series. ~~ Carly Wallace, Alchemy of Anne's Anomalies, Paranormal Book Club
Compulsion is 5 Star!!!!! *****
K. B. Miller has done it again! Wow!!!!!! I fell in love with her writing while reading Haunted Moon (A Moon Coven novella), & I've been anticipating the re-release of this novel every since! Miller's a mastermind at drawing us in & refusing to let us go! I loved every bit of it...the characters, the jokes, the relationships, the action packed stake throw downs, & especially the flame throwing! :) Honestly, once I opened it up I could not put it down! And...I think I may have a slight crush on Mason! ;•} Compulsion is 5 Star!!!!! *****
Can’t wait to see what happens when the Moon’s rise in Ireland!
I loved this book! I found my way to Millers’ Moon’s searching for more “Once upon a zombie Apocalypse”, which I highly suggest, btw, and I’m glad I did! Unlike other books I’ve read lately, Mrs. Miller doesn’t waste your time or bore you with too many mundane details of character building or foreshadowing. The action starts right off and doesn’t stop! Compulsion is a fantastic read, full of characters you can’t help but love, and others you love to hate!
Witches and Vampires
This review was first published on Kurt's Frontier.
Lilyann Moon has finally escaped to college when she receives word that her beloved grandmother has died under mysterious circumstances. Devastated, Lily returns to her hometown to help settle her grandmother’s affairs. When her will is read, the grandmother gives each of her grandchildren a gift of moonstone. In addition, her grandmother bequeaths Lily her farm.
Additional messages her grandmother left on the farm reveal a strange and dangerous truth. The Moon family is a family of witches, and Lily is now coven leader. She and her family must quickly master their powers because vampires have invaded their small town and thirst for powerful witch blood. Worse is that her boyfriend is a vampire. Which side is he on?
B. Miller’s Compulsion is the first book in the Moon Coven series. Lilyann discovers she is part of a family of witches. The problem is that her coven is made up of her siblings and cousins and none of them are trained. Their dead grandmother has left them clues, and Lily meets a cute vampire named Mason whose brothers and sister want to wipe out the Moon Coven.
I found the characters interesting in a family dynamic sort of way. I enjoyed the dichotomy of powerful witches exchanging family banter. The action is exciting. My first critique of the story is the author really should review how to use commas. While I agree that there are several contradictory rules for their use, I think many could have been left out. The major storytelling problem is that you have a group of fledgling witches suddenly taking on vampires in battles that they seem almost Mary Sue or Gary Stew-ish. The book learning doesn’t really explain their accelerated mastery of the art. Still, the book is enjoyable.