"Exciting , Intriguing Supernatural Romance"
South Carolinian librarian Dixie LePage travels to England
to look over her recent inheritance, the Orchard House in
Bringham. Dixie hopes the time in England will help her
recover form the death of her grandmother and perhaps learn
more about the Underwood side of her ancestors, especially
since her great aunts whom she never met bequeathed the old
cottage to her.
However, her idyll time is disturbed as her English
family's solicitor Sebastian Caughleigh wants to obtain the
secrets of the Underwoods. Sebastian, a head of a local
coven, knows that Dixie's great aunts used Wicca powers to
heal, but then utilized more mundane powers to blackmail
their patients. He will kill anyone, including Dixie, to
obtain those secrets.
Vampire Kit Marlowe shocks even himself when he finds the
mortal American so appealing that he wants more than just a
tasty morsel. He becomes her protector from Sebastian and
his witches. However, Dixie not only reciprocates Kit's
feelings, she tries to keep him safe from the coven. If
they survive the local witches, will their love endure too?
WALK IN MOONLIGHT is a well-written supernatural
that requires the reader to allow their imagination to flow
with the plot. The story line is exciting, filled with non-
stop action, and Rosemary Laurey hinting at intriguing
pasts for several key charcaters deserving their own
tales. Kit, who is actually Shakespearean age writer
Christopher Marlowe, shows how creative and willing to take
a risk Ms. Laurey is by casting a real historical figure as
a vampire and male love interest. However, this novel
belongs to the intrepid Dixie, who in danger and love goes
where the brave dare not go.
Harriet Klausner / August, 2000
Copyright © 2000
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 15, 2001