In the third and final book in the Necessary Evils series, Moonstruck, we follow Cadeyrn and Ash as they navigate their new relationship in a world that is still hostile to them. As they struggle against hate crimes and discrimination, they must also face the darker side of themselves. With enemies at every turn, can Cadeyrn and Ash find happiness together?
For who is this book for ?
Moonstruck is a LGBTQ+ romance novel that follows Cadeyrn and Ash as they navigate their new relationship in a world that is still hostile to them. It features hate crimes, discrimination, and the darker side of relationships.
- The characters are well-developed and likable
- The plot is engaging and unpredictable
- It offers a unique perspective on LGBTQ+ relationships
- The plot is a little slow in the beginning
- The ending feels rushed and unfinished
- There are too many characters and subplots
Learn more about the author
Onley James is a queer writer and artist who lives in the Pacific Northwest. They love dreary weather, thunderstorms, and spending time in nature. When they’re not writing or gaming, they can be found reading, drawing, or playing music.
“James’ writing is lyrical and emotive, pulling the reader deeply into the characters’ experiences.”
“A beautiful and dark tale of love against all odds.”
“The story is heart-wrenching and beautiful all at the same time.”
“Absolutely amazing! Cannot wait for the next book!”