Book Reviews of Kiss of the Moon

Kiss of the Moon
Kiss of the Moon
Author: Lisa Jackson
ISBN-13: 9780743492935
ISBN-10: 0743492935
Publication Date: 11/30/2004
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 44 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Paperback
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Very good medieval romance se in Wales. Interesting plot & development. I actually cared about the hero & heroine, & the secondary characters as well. Good & evil were very sharply deliniated, so that was easy to follow; I was surprised that I liked it as much as I did.
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one of her best books
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I collect Lisa Jackson books because she really adds details into her stories that make them interesting and not as predictable as others. Curses that have to be broken or explained and strong lusty lovers, the power of a good love story.
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Very good read.
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From the back of the book:

Dear Reader,
Kiss of the Moon is filled with magic, curses, heroes, and villains. Its set in medieval Wales, an intriguing place filled with deep magic, dark castles, brooding heroes, and strong willed heroines.
Adventure, allure, and avarice hide in the shadows of shadowy forests and candlelit towers of Castle Prydd where an ancient prophecy is fulfilled when Sorcha of Prydd comes into the world. "born during a tempest, with hair the color of a raven's wing, eyes the blue of midnight, and the kiss of the moon on skin like alabaster..." Its said that whoever is born with the KISS OF THE MOON birthmark upon his skin will raise to become the savior of Prydd. No one ever expeted the chosen one to be a woman! Not only is this heresy, but an outrage. Surely the fates are wrong... or are they?
Years later, Sorcha's courage is sorely tested when she must save her kidnapped sister and in doing so enters Hagan of Erbyn's bedchamber. Never intending to be seduced by the arrogant and handome lord, she places a knife to his throat. But that is just the beginning- and soon her pulse pounds whenever he's near. Though she werns herself that Hagan is her sworn enemy, Sorcha can't convince her wayward heart.
KISS OF THE MOON is a tale of curses and lies, trust and betrayal, and, ultimately, the power of love. I hope you are captivated by it.
-Lisa Jackson