In Blue Moon, a short story written by Nichole White, faeries aren’t the typical delicate creatures you see in old movies. They use tracking devices, advanced combat techniques, and pack laser blasters. Monsters beware when the F.A.H (Faeries Among Humans) comes to town. This time however, F.A.H soldier Z1 Mara isn’t hunting just any monster. It’s a ghoul. A very hungry ghoul. And it’s bearing down on Chicago.
She’s already survived one brush with the monster, but she’s somewhat the worse for the wear with ghoul venom coursing through her shoulder! If Mara can’t stop the ghoul in time, Chicago might very well be destroyed and the people annihilated.
Blue Moon was an enjoyable read, with a strong main character you can’t help but cheer on in her impossible fight. I liked Nichole’s take on the faeries and their monster fighting methods. Vivid description and strong word pictures help bring the story to life. Add to that a creative premise, and a gorgeous cover, and you’ve got a great short story to dig into.
Blue Moon has me eagerly awaiting Nichole’s next release. This time, I hope it’s a full length novel!
Note – I received a free copy of this book from the author for the purpose of writing an honest review!