Book Reviews of The Moon and the Stars

The Moon and the Stars
The Moon and the Stars
Author: Constance O'Banyon
ISBN-13: 9780843955422
ISBN-10: 0843955422
Publication Date: 8/30/2005
Pages: 353
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I Loved this book. It started out very tense and sad, with the heroine always anxious and running away but finally accepting her fate to face the past. The hero wasn't too bad, slightly brooding because of his upbringing, but willing to decide for himself whether or not his prisoner is guilty or not. The sudden change of heart 3/4 of the way through the book was a bit abrupt, but it was a nice change of pace. All in all, I liked it alot and ordered some more of Ms. O'Banyon's books.
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I really enjoyed this book very much.
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Southern Western Romance.
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cute story with likable characters
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Caroline Richmond started running on her wedding day-the same day her husband died. Her malicious brother-in-law had kept his vow to make her a widow, but she knew he wouldn't stop at that, and her solitary life was filled with fear of him always one step behind her. She thought she'd found a shred of peace in Texas, and at least a glimmer of the life she deserved. But when a mysterious bounty hunter came to town, she knew the wrath in his amber eyes was meant only for her. He found a way to be everywhere she was, speaking words with double meaning in his smooth French accent and making her nerves hum in a way she thought she'd conquered.

Wade Renault came out of retirement for one reason: to see a deceptive murderess brought to justice. But when he met the woman pictured in the tintype he'd carried for months, he senses more panic than treachery. She lived too simply, she seemed too honest and scared. Someone had deceived him, but he would wait it out and get her right where he wanted her, beneath...The Moon and the Stars.
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Caroline Richamond started running on her wedding day - the same day her husband died. Her malicious brother-in-law had kept his vow to make her a widow, but she knew he wouldn't stop at that, and her solitary life was filled with fear of him always one step behind her. She thought she'd found a shred of peace in Texas, and at least a glimmer of the life she deserved. But when a mysterious bounty hunter came to town, she knew the wrath in his amber eyes was meant only for her. He found a way to be everywhere she was, speaking words with double meaning in his smooth french accent and making her nerves hum in a way she thought she'd conquered.

Wade Renault came out of retirement for one reason: to see a deceptive murderedd brought to justice. But when he met the woman pictured in the tintype he carried for months, he sensed more panic than treachery. She lived too simply, she seemed too honest and scared. Someone had deceived him, but he would wait it out and get her right where he wanted her, beneath ... The Moon and The Stars ...
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about 1/3 of the way thru the book I thought I had read it before but was not sure the more I read it (very hard to put down wanted to know what would happen next) I could not decide but I know as many of her books are the moon and the stars is another fantastic book

as wade said of the heroine she was A CANDLE IN MY DARKNESS
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Caroline Richmond started running on her wedding day - the same day her husband died. Her malicious brother-in-law had kept his vow to make her a widow, but she knew he wouldn't stop at that, and her solitary life was filled with fear of him always one step behind her. She thought she'd found a shred of peace in Texas, and at least a glimmer of the life she deserved. But when a mysterious bounty hunter came to town, she knew the wrath in his amber eyes was meant only for her. He found a way to everywhere she was, speaking words with double meaning in his smooth French accent and making her nerves hum in a way she thought she'd conquered.

Wade Renault came out of retirement for one reason: to see a deceptive murderess brought to justice. But when he met the woman pictured in the tintype he'd carried for months, he sensed more panic than treachery. She lived too simply, she seemed too honest and scared. Someone had deceived him, but he would wait it out and get her right where he wanted her, beneath....
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caroline richmond started running on her wedding day - the same day her husband died. her malicious brother-in-law had kept his vow to make her a widow, but she knew he wouldn`t stop at that, and her solitary life was filled with fear of him always one step behind her....
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Caroline Richmond started running on her wedding day--the same day her husband died. Her malicious brother in law had kept his vow to make her a widow, but she knew he wouldn't stop at that an dher solitary life was filled with fear of him always one step behind her. She though Texas was a glimmer of hope for a new life but bounty hunter Wade Renault came to town for one reason, to see deceptive murderess Miss Richmond brought to justice but he quickly learns he was deceived.