Creole Moon Reviews
Mimi Jazman
4.0 out of 5 stars amazing
​Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase - The Betrayal

​ The main idea of behind this book is really interesting, about a guy who falls in love without his own free will and how he is being thrown into mystical events just because of that. I like how the book develops; you could sense it in the beginning that Jewella is someone dangerous and when Mamuska got involved, everything starts to make sense.
Romuald Dzemo
5.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing
Format: Paperback - The Betrayal

Holmes creates very interesting characters and a world where magic is still possible. The plot is gripping and readers will find themselves following George and wondering what will become of him. The denouement isn't quite definite, and one can only hope that there is a next book in the series. I was drawn in by the authors writing and the conflict is powerful enough to drive the plot forward.

Kathleen C.
5.0 out of 5 stars “Creole Moon: Book of Roots” earns 5/5 Wings of a Wood Nymph…Glorious Fun!
Format: Kindle Edition

​I have stepped out of my “cozy” zone choosing to read the second book in the Creole Moon series “Book of Roots,” a fantasy gem by S. T. Holmes. I worried I would be handicapped by not having read the first book, “The Betrayal,” but Holmes provided enough references to background and character connections to keep me engaged. It will be necessary to read book one because how the characters came to this point in their adventure undoubtedly is just as entertaining.
4.0 out of 5 stars Definetly Different
Format: Kindle Edition - Book of Roots

An interesting and creative story that flowed quite nicely. At first your not too sure, if you want to stick with it, but give it a chance, it'll surprise you and you just might like it a lot. so when you get a chance pick up a copy and enjoy.