"A fabulous paranormal anthology!"
This anthology takes the premise of the Blue Moon and
really delivers some jam up stories that really captivated
me from the first story to the last.
The first story was by Linda Bleser and the name of it was
Little Garden of the Moon. In this story we are
the story of Della Rouge who makes a bargain with the
goddess of the blue moon for her infant daughter's life.
Della doesn't realize how this bargain will affect her the
whole of her, her daughter's and her mother's lives or
if it was really worth it in the end!
The second story is Kate's Moon by Lynn Hanna. In
this story Kate is engaged to the man who gives her
everything but is she really happy? She doesn't find out
how unhappy she really is until her sisters give her the
trip of a lifetime to Ireland, a place she's always wanted
to visit. There she gets the surprise of her life!
Sanitarium by Patricia A. Rasey is the next story.
We are told the story of Jake who has committed himself to
the sanitarium in self-imposed exile. He's heard that if
doesn't drink blood for three years and finds true love in
the month of the Blue Moon in the third year, he has a
chance to become mortal again. He figures he will have
least amount of temptation in the sanitarium, right? He
doesn't count on meeting Annie, the night nurse. He also
doesn't count on someone murdering the residents on
Next we read *lizzie starr's story The Face of Dark
Ness where Lucidea Galvagin, a forensic artist has
summoned to Scotland where she's to reconstruct a skull to
found out who it was. There she meets Morghan who is very
mysterious. She doesn't know how mysterious until she
unlocks some very intriguing secrets about him and herself.
Janet Lane Walters story By the Light of a Full Blue
Moon is last but by no means least. It tells us of two
lovers who are being undermined by her supposed friend.
They part for years but when they find out there's a
reunion do they really want to bring back old memories
again? Is there such a thing as a second chance when it
comes to love?
These absolutely fabulous paranormal stories about the
Moon are guaranteed page turners. I know I simply
put them down once I started reading. I don't even think
can pick a favorite out of these stories as they were all
good in their own way. Not only that I'm an avid fan of
each of these authors in turn so that made it an even more
enjoyable anthology to read.
Reviewed by Kathy Boswell
Posted March 30, 2004
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 11, 2006