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Book Reviews of Moonspell

Author: Nelle McFather
ISBN-13: 9780505519641
ISBN-10: 050551964X
Publication Date: 7/1994
Pages: 448
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Paperback
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Annabel worked on a dream theises, taken back in time to meet the obscure poet she had choosen and meeting Keats, Shelly and Byron in person. Also finding that her poet didn't write the poems, but stole them so had a mission to correct history.
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Touching the legendary moonstone, Annabel Poe is swept back in time to an ancient English world of poets and highwaymen, where she is relentlessly drawn to a virile nobleman whose secrets threaten untold peril while his touch promises overwhelming ecstas
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If you are ready to cry, I deeply recomend this book. It promises the full range of emotions, from hysterical humor to heart-wrenching sadness. I fell in love in the beginning of the book with Roman, loving his freeness and other adorable qualities. Then I fell in love with Tremaine (Trey), aka "The Falcon". Everything about that man just pulled at my senses. Bring along the brother Jeremy and you will fall in love with the story, the characters, and every other aspect of this book. Annabell, aka Isobell, is wonderfully modern, yet has the ancient spirit within her. The revolving soul-mate factor is so amazingly beautiful that it evokes emotions I can't express. The untold glory, honor, and unbearable sadness of the book will touch you in a way that is unimaginable. Look for all the hidden clues. This book will drive you insane with giddiness and a beautiful sadness that you know will come. Only to know they will be with eachother, for now and always.