Ghost Moon

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Ghost Moon

Moon Series

Quinn, a former slave, using a portal crosses from an paralleal universe into ours. She has come to find a safe place for her friend to hide. But during her sixth crossing, she is stopped by a ghost.

Caleb Marshell died 75 years ago. He was killed by his cousin during a fight over a woman. He has stayed in the area for revenge. When he first sees Quinn come through the portal he knows she can somehow sense him. He must find a way to contact her. After their first contact, something inside of Caleb starts to change and he starts to remeber things from when he was alive. Can they work together to keep her friend safe and stop a plot aganist the U.S. Goverment?

Ms.York writes a very entertaining story about two lost souls coming together. The way she brings her characters to life, each book in this series is like coming home to visit old friends and make new ones.


Book Blurb for Ghost Moon

From Author Rebecca York - GHOST MOON (ISBN: 978-0425222454, Berkley Sensation, May 2008), the next book in my Moon series, tells the story of a woman named Quinn, who comes from the parallel universe I first introduced in NEW MOON. Readers met her in my novella, "Huntress Moon," in ELEMENTAL MAGIC. She’s on a vital mission to save her friend’s life. But after she comes through the portal between the worlds, a ghost stops her in her tracks. It’s werewolf Caleb Marshall, who was killed 75 years ago by his cousin. Caleb’s stayed on earth to avenge his death. Although he and Quinn are powerfully drawn to each other, she’s terrified that he will wreak vengeance on her friends, the Marshalls. And though she longs for love, she sees no future in a relationship with a phantom. Quinn vows to stay away from Caleb, but everything changes when he acquires the body of a murder victim. But can he and the Marshalls work together to foil a diabolical plot aimed at the heart of the U.S. government? And what of his love for Quinn? Can it survive the terrible irony that fate has dealt him?


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2008 5.00