Review: Pyramid of the Moon by Teresa Smith

We all have a darker side. Nobody knows this better than Eva Mason. Her ancestors were hungry for ultimate power, and now she and her friends must pay the price for that greed.
Can you imagine feeling as if you don't belong in your own body? Life is hard when you don't know who you truly are, or what you are capable of.
Who can she trust, and who will end up betraying her?
Everything was changing, even herself and she could feel the influence of the Moon Goddess pushing her to the edge of her emotions, and if she didn't maintain some sort of balance; some sort of self control, she was afraid of tipping over the edge and losing herself. And she was scared that she would like it.

"Do not swear by the Moon, for she changes constantly. Then your love would also change." ~ William Shakespeare


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 First off Teresa Smith did an awesome job with Pyramid of the Moon and let's just say it's one of those books once you start reading you can't stop till the very end. I just love Eva with Colton and it sucks they can't do the things they want to because of the Goddess of the Moon. Then you have Baret that also helps protect Eva with Colton and let's just say he cracks me up when he is around those two and their emotions are going hay wire cause Baret feels it too. At the same time you don't want to make Eva angry cause then the Goddess of the Moon will want to come out to play/ If you like some twists,lies and betrayal then this book is for you. 

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