"A magical romantic tale"
In glens of Eire, the Sidhe once reigned, but their
rule is nearly over as mankind with its iron swords
threatens the very existence of magical beings. Queen
Scahta realizes her people need a miracle or a simply
demise. With another bad harvest, food is scarce and she
knows the only hope to stop this genocide is for her to
find a spouse to serve as the king, but this individual
must contain a special soul.
Scahta begins testing the males of her species, but no
one seems deserving until a member of the enemy steps
forward. Anlon is a man yet Scahta sees the dignity of his
soul and knows he is the one, but her people will never
accept the outsider even as she and he fall in love with
Fans who enjoy an enchanting tale of yore will want to
read SISTER OF THE MOON. The story line is fun in one
sense as Anlon struggles for acceptance from the Sidhe and
especially his beloved. Still the plot contains a serious
undertone as a species nears extinction. Anlon is a hero
in every sense of the word while Scahta does the right
thing for her people even at personal cost. Janeen O'Kerry
provides readers with a magical ancient Celtic romance.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 4, 2001