"Lovely romantic fantasy anthology"
Wolf Moon by Nora Roberts. Simone hikes Italian mountains
when a feral beast bites her. Eleven years later in Maine,
recluse Simone takes her canine to her vet only to find out
that his nephew Gabe has taken over the practice. She knows
he is her mate, but retreats to her isolated home before he
realizes the truth about her.
Moon Winter by Jill Gregory. Sorceress Ondrea the Terrible
places an evil spell on Queen Lise. Her sister Princess
Gwynna needs to travel to the Valley of Org where the
sorceress lives to find a counter-spell. Only her family
enemy Keir of Blackthorne has successfully ventured in and
out of Org. She needs him as a guide, but would he risk his
life for his enemy?
Blood on the Moon by Ruth Ryan Langan. Laird Rothwick's
brutal warriors kill and rape Highlanders, leaving behind
many orphaned children. Alana Lament provides a home to the
orphans while only the Dark Angel defies Rothwick. In a
final confrontation with Rothwick's minion, the Dark Angel
needs special help against an invincible foe.
West of the Moon by Marianne Willman. Phoebe Sutton heads
to Thorne Court when she reaches a fork. As the faerie know
if she chooses the wrong path she will die. Arriving at her
destination she meets her childhood companion Gordon
Tremaine who she believes is the ugliest man on the planet.
She is the only person who can save him, but free will can
lead to danger and love.
These four romantic speculative fiction stories are prime
tales from this talented quartet. They hook the audience
from the first novella until the last.
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Posted September 14, 2004
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