[ARC Review] Lunar Court by Aileen Erin

[ARC Review] Lunar Court by Aileen Erin

Title: Lunar Court (Alpha Girl #8)
Author: Aileen Erin
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy / Paranormal
Format: eBook (ARC)
Length: 300 pages
Publisher: Ink Monster, LLC
Publish Date: June 11, 2019
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
Recommend: Yes!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
I am so glad I had the opportunity to read the next installment of the Alpha Girl series! Aileen Erin had me hooked from the first book, and while I haven’t had a chance to catch up (trust me, after reading this I need to catch up) and I am so glad that she has continued to write more about the werewolves I’ve come to know and love.
While this book focuses more on Chris and Cosette (rather than Tessa, the werewolf / bruja hybrid that I fell in love with from the first book), I still liked being in the same world as Tessa and the rest of the pack. This one would definitely make more sense if I had continued with the series, as it talks a lot about different fey courts involved – like the Lunar Court, the Court of Gales, all the others – and archons, which definitely sound like an equivalent to Archangels. This also takes place in the aftermath of a huge battle with demons, which definitely was not the biggest baddie in the first book. I think it was vampires? What a huge upgrade, right?
I have a special spot for this book because it comes out on my birthday (yay, me!), and it brings me back to this world that I’ve taken a long break from. I can’t wait to go back to the rest of the books, and I plan on buying the paperbacks so I can have them on my bookshelf forever. I love the growth that I saw between Chris and Cosette, and I think I fell for them a little more after finally reading more about them. I still love Tessa, but Erin did an amazing job of switching protagonists for this book and making it worth wanting to support them.

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