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Howard and Stanley travel to the French Riviera, but Stanley is soon astonished by Sophie's ability to go into a fugue state and apparently pull out highly personal details about him and his family.

Stanley witnesses a seance in which Sophie communicates with the deceased patriarch of the American family.

A candle floats up from the table and Howard grabs it to try to discern what trickery is at play, but is astounded to find no apparent subterfuge. Stanley begins spending time with Sophie.

He takes her to visit his aunt and they drive a convertible along the picturesque rocky corniches.

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When Stanley and Sophie visit his aunt Vanessa Eileen Atkins , Sophie is seemingly able, after holding aunt Vanessa's pearls, to somehow relate secret details of Vanessa's one great love affair. This finally convinces Stanley of Sophie's authenticity and he has an emotional epiphany, feeling that his lifelong rationalism and cynicism have been misguided.

When caught in a rain storm, they end up at an observatory that Stanley had visited as a child. After the rain subsides, they open the roof up and view the stars. At a Gatsby -esque party, Stanley and Sophie dance. As they walk together later that night, Sophie asks him if he has felt any feelings for her "as a woman". Stanley, who has admired her talents as a mystic and is grateful to her for opening his eyes to a new worldview, is taken aback and admits that he has not thought of her that way.

She leaves upset. The next day Stanley holds a press conference to tell the world that he, who spent his life debunking charlatan mystics, has finally come to find one who is the real deal. The reporters drill him with questions, but the grilling is interrupted when he receives news his aunt Vanessa has been in a car accident.

Stanley rushes to the hospital, and in an emotional scene in a waiting room considers turning to prayer for solace. That is, if he now has come to believe in divination and mysticism, perhaps he should believe in God and prayer. He begins to pray for a miracle to save his aunt, but is unable to go through with it. The rationality that has been his whole life comes back and he rejects prayer, the supernatural and by extension, Sophie and her powers.

Mix things up a little, gosh is that too much to ask?! Forgive me, I hate multiple exclamations, but it needed that.

She constantly wavers between the strong girl I want her to become and the week pathetic lovestruck immature person she is. Honestly, she gets sad about something, and just a little kissing can make it better. And can I mention how much Brandon and her kissing?! I get it, you guys are young and you kiss a lot.

Ugh, it was so annoying. Sure, it may be realistic, but it loses it's power if used too much. And it does lose it's charm. I love you, kiss, I was so upset, kiss, I just want us to be together, don't worry my kiss will help you. He may be the only semi-consistent character the only consistent one is Nash and maybe Pumpkin but he says he wants help from his father, but apparently his animal instincts kick in and then he gets aggressive, but not around Celeste It was never explained, so the premise was stupid.

Honestly, Brandon's father was so stupid. When I first met him, I was like "okay, he may not totally annoy me. He says to his son who's struggling, obviously, with the secret that he's keeping that he will listen to him and not make what he says a joke. He obviously is not a very open-minded person because immediently when his son tells him that he is a werewolf he doesn't respond with what a normal person would say. Are you pulling my leg here son That's just a little hard to believe.

Okay, if it will make you feel any better, I'll run the tests. But you have to make sure that you're mentally alright. I'll be here and watch over you tomorrow. His father gets scared, when he sees him, and after constantly trying to get him to see how Brandon reacts with Celeste, he keeps saying "no, it's not safe, don't go near him".

He's not a very good scientist if he has no curiousity. It feels like if there was a shotgun nearby he would have killed him Celeste's "friends" Abby and Ivy: Abby's the only semi-likable character other than Brandon who's perfect by the way, annoyingly so and Ivy is just a bitch. A big complete bitch for no reason other than a location division between the town.

And then they suddenly are okay with Celeste dating Brandon? Because she bought Ivy some earings that were blue? How materialistic can you get? Honestly, Ivy must be the worst character I have ever read in a book. If Celeste were smart, she would get new friends. Shouldn't they, I don't know, test it? We have almost no real cure for cancer, or AIDS, or even to all cases for the common cold! How do you expect the reader to think that within three weeks, a random scientist just was able to conjour up an antidote.

Sorry, I don't download it. This is where I hadn't remembered earlier Brandon started to get off character and annoy me.

He talked all month about the cure, whining about how nice it would be to not be a werewolf Three times he had a chance. That's just pure stupidity. Either a life as a werewolf or a life as a human What if it makes him into a real wolf once a year I say that calls for some testing, I don't know how, but somehow. Honestly, I don't get it. So he grows fangs and gets a bit hairy. I have an author that I kinda like not so much now who's trying to pass him off as one?

It's embarrassing to the YA genre that we would accept such a well-mannered, peaceful hairy hippie man as a werewolf! It's insulting to the readers! And seriously?

The only thing that changes when he's a werewolf is the fact that he can make Celeste want to kiss him passionately because he's "so gorgeous". It's disgusting. I would rather have him aggressive while being a werewolf and him having to struggle with that rather than him being a really nice werewolf and having to struggle with that. At least Nash gets more aggressive! He's the real werewolf because apparently, the male love interest can't show ANY hostile nature towards the protagonist or else it will turn off readers.

I think that it would be the other way around. If he were hostile, I would be like "find a freaking cure already! Brandon, we'll save you! We get wimpy Brandon and a stupid, stupid love triangle. Why is it that one guy isn't enough? Why do we need stupid Nash? It would be much better if Nash got mad at Celeste and is now wanting to kill her.

It would be much more realistic. And why is it that every story has to have a love triangle where it's obvious who is going to end up with the girl? It just makes the other guy look like a pathetic loser who can't make his own decisions. I don't mind love triangles when they are done right.

I liked that series! This one? Ehh, maybe I'm just getting too old. It would just drag on forever. Once Nash was bitten, I was like "it's obvious he's a werewolf now!!! Are you that stupid that you can't put it together?! And are you seriously not going to tell Brandon?

I have the stupid third book on my shelf right now, staring at me. I was so prepared going into this book that I would finish this series no matter how bad it got.

I don't know if I have the strength anymore though Suggestions that would have helped this book in my opinion: Being a writer myself, I feel like after five years of writing, my plots have gotten stronger, so I also feel like I am in a position to give my opinion on what could have been done to make this series better So here they are condensed to five points since I already wrote down wayyyyy to much but there are more things I could list: Don't have Brandon and Celeste fall in love too fast.

I mean draw out the awkward moments and the moments where they see the flaws and strengths of each other. I don't download a love that is nearly instant and based on their attractiveness. It would have been much better if Brandon and Celeste were just exploring what it would be like for each one of them to be each other's partners.

It would add romantic tension that this story obviously lacks. When Brandon says they should stay away, I don't download it because I know that they are so "madly in love with each other" as is forced down my throat through statements of "I love him!

Stop with the territory things. I don't care who's Eastern or Western. If you say that Brandon would have been popular if he was an Easterner like you said in the first book why isn't he popular with the Westerners?

Did they think he looked too much like those on the East side or something? Why would they randomly exclude him? The loneliness that he experiences just makes me feel bad for Brandon, because he has a girlfriend who isn't brave enough, and who doesn't like him enough, to be excluded by her "so-called friends" and be with him. Unnecessary torture if you asked me. Make Brandon a freaking werewolf already. Like I said before, don't try to fool me with your young adult romance "love-at-first sight" crap.

If Brandon is a werewolf on two legs, make him dangerous! Make it so that it scared Celeste enough so that she has to get the courage to find a cure or something. Give her some motivation to actually help out Brandon. Make Celeste a meek badass. If someone actually had their boyfriend turn into a werewolf, they would not be so cool with it.

It felt like there was no shock, no rationale with her thinking. Whenever someone's turning into a werewolf, she's like "do you have the flu?

I'm sure it's just that! The reason why I say meek badass is because Celeste can't really kick any asses or anything, but she can be a nice badass who is willing to stand up for the person she likes.

That is the kind of heroine this book needs. Finally, make the people tolerable. There are barely any good people in this book, and that thought just sickens me. If this is how high school is like at other high schools, I'd transfer. Celeste is a wimp, Brandon's perfect but excluded because of the location of his house, Abby's wishy washy but decent, Ivy's a bitch who would rather see her friend unhappy with Nash to keep the group together than happy alone, Connor is a horrible father, Juliette is a player, her parents are oblivious, Jake and Dylan are Nash's lackey's, Nash is a creepy stalker and blackmailer, and Dr.

Meadows is a semi-real psychic who's a hundred percent about money and has no purpose other than to make money by a werewolf story that people are so stupid that they believe it or stupid not to? Gosh, that was one mighty run-on sentence. Okay, one more, I promise! Don't take a freaking werewolf to a dance! Is he stupid? Is she stupid? Do they think that everyone is blind or something?!

Gosh, Celeste is so selfish that she has to drag her werewolf boyfriend to a stupid dance. Just don't go to the dance! It's like she wanted this to happen! She wanted him to be exposed, so she took him there. This is all I can handle right now. Once I found out that wasn't going to happen, it was all downhill from there.

No editing for this review. I don't even have enough spirit to edit right now. Aug 23, Laura rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Recommended to Laura by: None of my friends, thank God! Hungry Howies? Because let's be honest, is there anyone in the world who actually wants to talk about this "book"?

Ignoring fools who like it and blissfully ignorant people who haven't read it. But then, my review will seem like a masterpiece compared to this book, so I will start from a random place - the end.

Someone take a knife and drive it through my skull, because tha My review for Once in a Full Moon started out talking about Taco Bell, so now I don't know where to start here. Someone take a knife and drive it through my skull, because that was possibly the worst ending to a book I have ever read possibly, because can you really beat Breaking Dawn? Not my love life! Please make it something life threatening instead! If you know me, you might know I hate Twilight. But I have got to give it to Meyer, even she made a threat of death in her vampire book.

I guess werewolves don't care about dying, though. Their biggest fear is having a complicated love life. I don't think I've ever used this before, but Isn't that the most awful thing you've ever heard of? I mean, Bella Suewan had a whole army of vampires after her, but what if she had to kiss Jake to save herself? Now, that would have been bad.

Good thing she got away with almost dying instead. You know something's bad if it's bad compared to Twilight! And I cannot in my whole life rant enough about how crappy these werewolves are. They don't turn into wolves, they turn into hippies with fangs. B acts completely the same when it's his time of the month as he does any other time. How lame is that? But then when Nash changes he's different, more aggressive and stuff. Does that make sense to you?

Because it sure doesn't to me. But this book was disappointing. It wasn't funny. It was boring, and that made me sad and mad. So I probably won't be reading the next ones, but we'll see. Feb 21, Alex Bennett added it.

Please check out Electrifying Reviews for more reviews like this, plus giveaways, interviews, and more! Thankfully, however, that didn't cause me much trouble.

I was able to jump right back into the Full Moon world with Celeste, Brandon, and the gang, and enjoy the ride. Since I can't exactly remember everything about the first book, I forgot about the language and dialog used by the characters in Please check out Electrifying Reviews for more reviews like this, plus giveaways, interviews, and more!

Since I can't exactly remember everything about the first book, I forgot about the language and dialog used by the characters in this series.

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It really bothers me, to be honest. There are too few contractions in the dialog, and they talk too formally, in my opinion. I know a lot of it is to keep the books wholesome and pure there's no cursing either and all that, but it caught my attention on nearly every page. Once I got past that, however, I realized I was actually really enjoying the story. Celeste's journey is one that is easy to mindlessly get caught up in--this series is a nice paranormal break from reality.

Brandon and Celeste have to continue to keep his secret and their relationship a secret, but it becomes harder with each day, especially as new conflicts are introduced. And by new conflicts, I mean a very vital character in the series also turns into a werewolf and starts screwing everything up. Even though I never completely connected with any of the characters in this novel, I still enjoyed reading about them.

The friends aren't perfect, and I thought that was really honest to real life. The love interests, Brandon and Nash, are loveable for their own reasons, but there are also things I disliked about the two of them--specifically Nash. He's too persistent and just won't take no for an answer, which really angered me. I felt like the reason he was so persistent was to force the love triangle aspect, and I really didn't think that was necessary for this book.

It's clear to Celeste who she wants to be with, why make it unclear for the readers? The Full Moon series has thus far proved to be entertaining and satisfying. Magic of the Moonlight is short and introduces new conflict that will be super exciting to read about in the next book. If you're looking for a quick paranormal read, look no further.

The Full Moon series, though I can see how it might not be for everyone, is still a series I'd recommend. Dec 16, Nancy rated it liked it. My take: It's a sweet read for a romantic teenager who finds hairy teenagers attractive. There are no vampires in this book and Jacob Black does not playfully romp around.

The werewolves are more human looking than a real wolf and seem to emanate pheromones, rendering the female species helplessly in love. The plot is predictable and the characters are shallow. If your preteen or teen asks for a copy of this book for Christmas, get it. Besides some make-out scenes, the book is clean and the swee My take: Besides some make-out scenes, the book is clean and the sweet but hairy love story will appeal to them. It's better than getting a dog.

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Jun 20, Mimi Valentine rated it liked it. A pretty sweet sequel, but more adorable than anything else! Not enough depth behind emotions and they kissed a lot with little passion.

However, I read this book in under two hours and was very happy while reading it -- it's a nice, sweet, and light summer read: Jun 05, Sydney rated it it was amazing.

I can't wait to read it! I absolutely loved once in a fullmoon I hope Brandon and Celeste come out about their relationship! I just love this so much. May 13, Amy Yang rated it it was amazing. Celeste has been dating Brandon, a werewolf.

He is also a Westsiders while Celeste is an Eastsiders. Every time there is a full moon Brandon will transforms to a werewolf and it can be as dangerous as it seen. Celeste and Brandon have to hide their relationship from the entire town, whole school, and even from her best friends, until they find a cure for Brandon. The cure will help Brandon not to transform into a werewolf during full moon. Brandon's father Dr. Maddox came all the way from Europe Celeste has been dating Brandon, a werewolf.

Maddox came all the way from Europe just to help to find the cure for his son. On the other hand, Celeste's ex-boyfriend Nash know everything between Brandon and her. He even know that Brandon is a werewolf.

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Once he even threaten Celeste to telling her not to see Brandon or else he will tells everyone that Brandon is a werewolf. Later on, Dr.

Maddox finds a cure for Brandon and he is not sure if he should take the cure because there is a small risk. He has a chance of becoming normal or a werewolf every time the moon comes out. So which option will Brandon takes? How will Celeste make sure that Nash will spread any rumors to the other? Feb 22, Angel Charms rated it it was ok. This is one more series I am going to give up on. It was hard enough to like Celeste in first book, but this one is worst. Her BFs were as shallow as any other "mean girls" clique.

I get that Celeste cares about Nash her 1st crush and boy friend - this bit is repeated so many times in the book it is ingrained in your brain for eternity , but why does she have to repeat that his romantic jesters came a little late and that if he did that when they were together, they would be still together.

She This is one more series I am going to give up on. She repeated it every time she talks or even thinks about Nash. I swear half the book was about how handsome Nash is and how his romantic jestures came in late.

She refers to him as "handsome jock" instead of his name in the book or even "my former boyfriend". I know these are small things but they irked me so much. And some things that I honestly thought were insulting to Celeste, she took them as compliment.

Like for example, Nash brings I another girl to "teach lession" to Celeste. I'd consider it an insult, but apparently this is "showing attention" to Celeste. Ellen Schreiber never disappointed me in vampire kisses series what would make her disappoint me in full moon series NOTHING, she is talented and have a huge imagination and she always stick to the original myth that's what makes her so special Through out this story I've been in an emotional roller coaster I finished the story pretty fast and that's what makes it great, it is pages which I consider short for a book , but nevertheless it was AMAZING!

And He'll Yeah I recommend people to rea Ellen Schreiber never disappointed me in vampire kisses series what would make her disappoint me in full moon series NOTHING, she is talented and have a huge imagination and she always stick to the original myth that's what makes her so special Through out this story I've been in an emotional roller coaster I finished the story pretty fast and that's what makes it great, it is pages which I consider short for a book , but nevertheless it was AMAZING!

And He'll Yeah I recommend people to read this series or this book! I can't wait to read the next book I want some jealousy Ellen and a lot of Romance! Story would be pretty good if the main character wasn't so stupid. The writing could be better, Schreiber keeps repeating the same thing over and over.

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She treat the reader as if they are stupid. The story is "There" it just needs to be tweaked.I will admit, my Uncle Charles once attended a sance where the medium made a lot of amazing things happen, and weeks later, she was unmasked and sent to prison, for defrauding people out of substantial sums of money. She's promised to try and make contact with my father, who died a year ago. I'm beginning to question my own common sense.

Oh, God, we're gonna die. And Celeste deals with the guilt she feels in keeping the secret from her best friends Abby and Ivy. George, Caroline, Stanley. Ugh, it was so annoying. Woody Allen. But no! I don't know.