Red Moon (Book Three in An Angel and a Werew...
" So you're going to be gone?" I asked my mother for the fifth time, leaning against the refrigerator.
" Yes." She said again, obviously getting annoyed. I mentally pat myself on the back for that, it's fun.
" For a whole year?" I asked for the tenth time.
" Yes, now get my bag." She said. I picked up her bag from the counter and gave it to her.
" And Sam's mom will be going with you?" I asked for the third time. I'm good at keeping track of things.
" Yes, as my assistant, she is. I've left you money for food and anything else you may need, but if I find out you're using that money for something else, you're in trouble." She told me.
" I know." I said, " Are you leaving now?"
" Yes." She said, putting on her coat, even though it was only September.
Aria is on her way back to school with her little brother, her best friend, the werewolf pack, and boyfriend. Not to mention her birthday is coming up, too. But everything still isn't alright. She still must destroy Anne, the evil Fallen Angel who wants her dead in Hell, and Rose, their ex-care taker and Anne's assistant. And Aria has started a search for her dad, who she does not even know the name of. When Rider decides that their Spring Break would be the perfect time to go to his condo in Maryland to celebrate Aria's birthday, her undecided feeling for him start to get more and more powerful and her boyfriend Jake doesn't like it very much. When the moon over the beautiful ocean starts to turn red, something starts to happen to the werewolves. But what they don't know is that it'll really give them an advantage against Anne.