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Book Review of Over the Moon: Moon Dance / Between the Mountain and the Moon / Driftwood / Mona Lisa Three

Over the Moon: Moon Dance / Between the Mountain and the Moon / Driftwood / Mona Lisa Three
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Helpful Score: 7


Angela Knight and MaryJanice Davidson stories in one book is enough to get me to grab this book off the shelf. Knight's story is of spouse abuse in the direwolf part of her Mageverse. MJD's "Driftwood" recounts the crazy adventures of a misogynist Wyndham Warewolf and one of Betsy's vampires.

Also in this collections are Virginia Kantra's sequel to "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in the collection "Man of My Dreams," but stands on its own. A tale of human meets fae, the daughter of the hero & heroine of the first story is targeted by the evil fae queen for revenge. The last story is a contribution by Sunny (just Sunny, no last name) and the timeline lies between her first novel, "Mona Lisa Awakening" and her second not yet published as I write this. You really need to go to Amazon.com and read the reviews of "Awakening" to get a sense of Mona Lisa's world before reading this. It took me 10 pages to get the geist of what was happening. I ran right out to get "Mona List Awakening" but have not read it yet. Sunny writes in the "if Laurell K. Hamilton won't do it, I will" style. As long as her books have a real plot and lots of magic, I'll buy them.


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