Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 6th 2007
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
Series: Children of the Moon (#1)
An enjoyable paranormal historical romance with plenty of action that moved right along but I guessed who done it pretty early and I thought the hero was a bit to obstinate and the heroine just accepted most of it. The king orders an English woman marry a Highland laird and Emily volunteers to go fo...
ok read, i was however rather bored at about 60% and had to push myself to finish the rest of the story. The problem is that there is no true affection between the lead characters. I get that they get hot with each other because they are "mates" and all but why? Other than strong sexual attraction, ...
This is my first Lucy Monroe book and I was debating between a paranormal romance and a historical romance when I saw this in my TBR pile. It was a nice read and filled my need for both genres.In this story, Emily Hamilton takes the place of her deaf sister, Abigail, when the king requests her fath...
I was a little worried in the beginning. I didn't really care for the prologue's wording. It came across as a "long, long ago in a place far, far away" intro. The minute I started the first chapter and got into the story, my fears disappeared and I really enjoyed it. I was reminded quite a lot of...
A surprisingly good read~