"an exciting addition to the Collette sisters' trilogy"
(from review of The Collette's: Sola) Helena Collete is
the wife of David and very pregnant with his children.
Usually considered a blessing but not this time - they are
all vampires and an undead giving birth is definitely NOT
considered a blessing. An abomination maybe but no
blessing. Three daughters are born, Sola the first born,
Luna and Willa . They are spirited off after birth by an
old family friend who will raise them as his own.
Fast forward nearly 300 years. Their birthday approaching,
the sisters learn that they have tasks to fulfill in order
to save humanity from takeover by their race. Each must
find a companion to help them with the task....
"The father who taught her that things really did go bump
in the night was gone....". When Georgina (George,
please!) Matthews gets a letter, unstamped, this is what
she learns. The letter tells her that the Collette sisters:
Sola, Luna and Willa have killed her father to protect an
amulet they need.
George goes off on a tear to kill whichever Collette she
sees first. This happens to be Luna, out looking for a
bite to eat (large bite, preferably female, preferably with
sex included!). When they meet in an alley George touches
Luna and she begins to morph into a bat.
The problem all comes down to one thing, save human life
and stop hell on earth. To help with the cause George
must be willing to become a vampire, something she has
hated since she was old enough to hate. Something that
killed her father. What is her decision? Will Luna
finally learn to trust?? Part two of this trilogy seems to
leave us waiting for more and shows us some very disturbing
truths in the sisters' lives.
The Collettes: Luna is an exciting addition to the
Collette sisters' story. The characters follow true to
form and create a separate story line involving Luna, the
second sister, the Sister of the Night. What awaits Willa,
sister of the Earth? Inquiring minds want to know...NOW!!!
Reviewed by Nancy Eriksen
Posted July 2, 2008