Book Reviews of Moonlight and Magic

Moonlight and Magic
Moonlight and Magic
Author: Rebecca Paisley
ISBN-13: 9780380760206
ISBN-10: 0380760207
Publication Date: 11/1/1990
Pages: 408
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.

4.5 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
This book was SO good. It had the best of everything a great romance should, troubled hero; likeable, innocent damsel in distress, humor, action, adventure, romance, great supporting characters (who stole nearly every scene they were in)...It had me laughing out loud from the beginning and refused to let up. My kids kept asking me what I was laughing at. Then ever so often, I was ready to get all weepy either from something so sweet or some sad event. I can't say enough good things about this book. I highly recommend it. I couldn't put it down...408 pages and I read it in less than 24 hours.
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Helpful Score: 2
This book made me laugh, made me cry, and gave me that all over good warm fuzzy feeling. Chimera and Sterling are so great together. The trouble she inadvertently stirs up, and the trouble the children stir up as well will have you laughing. She truly frustrates Sterling and makes him take a good hard look at himself and act on the positive side of his conscience. I would recommend this book and several others written by this author. Rebecca Paisley truly knows how to weave a web that traps you in the pages of her books. It is terribly difficult to put down this book once you start reading.
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Amour and Enchantment ...
Lovely Chimera's bumbling attempts at withcraft had, so far, only conjured up a bad reputation. But here, snared in her homemade werewolf trap in Dragoon Mountains of Arizona, was the gift she had implored the spirits to send - a handsome knight who would protect her from the ruthless and powerful land baron who lusted after her property!

It had not been such a good day for Sterling Montoya. He had awakened beside a naked, screeching stranger ... Had been chased across hostile Apache territory by her shotgun-toting father ... And now was the prisoner of a beautiful but batty would-be-sorceress - a stunning, raven-haired enchantress whose passionate magic promised Montoya heaven ... until all hell broke loose.