Book Reviews of Moon over Water (Audio Cassette)

Moon over Water (Audio Cassette)
Moon over Water - Audio Cassette
Author: Debbie Macomber
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ISBN-13: 9781552041734
ISBN-10: 1552041735
Publication Date: 6/1999
Pages: 1
Rating:
  • Currently 4.7/5 Stars.
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4.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: DH Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 2
I wasn't sure, when I started this book, if I would really like it. It's different than the other Macomber books I'd read, but it turned out to be very good. There was intrique, thievery, murder, and of course the standard star-crossed lovers. I think maybe it's my favorite of all her books...so far.
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Helpful Score: 2
Lorraine Dancy's adventures begin when her mother dies and leaves her a letter that implies Lorraine's father isn't dead as Lorriane had been told all her life. He's living in Mexico and Lorraine wants to find him. Her fiance, Gary, doesn't understand her need to go and leave him behind. When Lorraine finds her father, living with his common-law wife and 2 children, it seems that her trouble begins. She's accused of stealing a valuable Mexican artifact and her father's friend, Jack Keller, is enlisted to help her escape. Their adventures are reminiscent of "Romancing the Stone" lore as they jump from one disaster to the next. A great summer read!
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Helpful Score: 1
Not long ago, the only adventure Lorraine Daney experienced were in the movies--where the improbable becomes possible and the romantic becomes possible and the romantic becomes real. Now she's starrig in her own version of Romancing the Stone--except that this is her life. Her adventure begins with a trip to Mexico's Yucatan coast to search for the father she doesn't remember. She finds him, all right. She also finds herself in trouble-framed for the theft of an artifact and pursued by the police, the thief, and loval crime boss. Enter Jack Keller. Jack's a renegade who keeps to himself and makes his own rules. As a favor to Lorraine's father he helps her escape. In his boat. Just like The African Queen. But there are troubled waters ahead...including an attraction that's as risky as it is intense. Lorraine's not looking for another Brief Encounter, though. She wants her story to have a different ending altogether.
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A modern day version of Romancing the Stone
Lorraine Dancy has a very ordinary, unimaginative life. Her only adventures are experienced through movies. Now her life has become one big adventure taking her through Mexico's Yucantan to search for the father she doesn't remember. She is soon framed for the theft of an artifact and pursued by the police, a local crime boss and the thief. Enter Jack Kellar a renagade hunk who is a friend of Lorraine's father,who lives by his own rules.
Soon an intense attraction between the two develops along with troubled waters.
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Good Macomber as always.
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I enjoyed reading this book, although I felt the romance between the two was a bit rushed. The main characters go from hating each other to being in love rather abruptly. Otherwise, it was an enjoyable read; I'm a big Macomber fan! :)
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Lorraine Dancy meets Jack in the Mexican Yucatan coast as she attempts to locate her father. Adventure follows. Relaxing book. no brainer. Print is easily read. New book.
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An adventous fiction story.
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From ordinary life to extraordinary love.
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Great read - I read in 24 hours - keeps you involved.
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I loved this book by Debbie...it had everything to keep me interested...romance, intrigue, twists to the plot, and action!!!!!I could not put it down!!
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Good romance - I really liked this book.
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Really good book, but then all of Debbie Macomber's books are good. Have not
read a bad one.
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This is third book in the Deliverance Company mercenary series, following Someday Soon (Cain's story) and Sooner or Later (Murphy's story), about unscrupulous but likable heros who rescue victims of third world terrorists. I wish I had realized that this was a series so I could have avoided reading the books out of order!

Exciting to read! A lesson in fighting for survival. It also contained a valuable lesson on coming to terms with past familial wrongs, forgiveness and reconciliation with estranged parents.
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Setting: Yucatan coast, present day
Sensuality rating: 4-5

An Affair to Remember collides with Romancing the Stone in bestselling author Debbie MacOmber's Moon Over Water.. Lorraine Dancy and Jack Keller have little in common, but that doesn't stop their romance from blossoming under the scorching Yucatan sun. Framed for the theft of an ancient artifact and pursued by the police, a drug dealer nursing a grudge, and a crazed archeologist, Lorraine finds herself thrust into the questionable company of Jack Keller, retired mercenary. Jack's task is to get Lorraine safely back to the United States--all the while avoiding border patrols--but Lorraine keeps landing in trouble, right up to her pretty neck! Will the seemingly star-crossed lovers make it out of the jungle alive? And if they do, will they have the courage to live their dream and let love grow where it is meant to be--in each other's arms? Find out in this fast-paced and unpredictable contemporary that will delight loyal fans and make converts out of new readers. --Alison Trinkle
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Excellent book by Macomber. I have 2 copies, one given to me. I am keeping one, this is a favorite of mine by this author.
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Keeps your attention to the end. Good escapism with a happy ending.
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Not long ago, the only adventures Lorraine Dancy experienced were in the movies - where the improbably becomes possible and the romantic becomes real. Now she's starring in her own version of Romancing the Stone - except this this is her life.
Her adventure begins with a trip to Mexico's Yucatan coast to search for the father she doesn't remember. She finds him, all right. She also finds herself in trouble - framed for theft of an artifact and pursued by the police, the thief and a local crime boss.
Enter Jack Keller. Jack's a renegade who keeps to himself and makes his own rules. As a favor to Lorraine's father he helps her escape. In his boat. Just like The African Queen.
But there are troubled water ahead...Including an attraction that's as risky as it is intense. Lorraine's not looking for another Brief Encounter, though. She wants her story to have a different ending altogether.

my copy has a different cover then the one pictured.
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From cover:
Not long ago, the only adventures Lorraine Dancy experienced were in the movies - where the improbably becomes possible and the romantic becomes real. Now she's starring in her own version of Romancing the Stone - except this this is her life.
Her adventure begins with a trip to Mexico's Yucatan coast to search for the father she doesn't remember. She finds him, all right. She also finds herself in trouble - framed for theft of an artifact and pursued by the police, the thief and a local crime boss.
Enter Jack Keller. Jack's a renegade who keeps to himself and makes his own rules. As a favor to Lorraine's father he helps her escape. In his boat. Just like The African Queen.
But there are troubled water ahead...Including an attraction that's as risky as it is intense. Lorraine's not looking for another Brief Encounter, though. She wants her story to have a different ending altogether.
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Different cover.