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Moon Shadows (Jove Romance)

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Romance and magic meet by the light of the moon in this collection of Celtic tales from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts and New York Times bestselling authors Jill Gregory, Ruth Ryan... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Story of love and magic

Nora Roberts and friends have writen another series of stories that you are sure to love! Nora Roberts - Wolf Moon was a wonderful story of a werewolf (lycan) and mixed up with the strength of love. I have never read a story on werewolves and had never thought I would like it. But this was a pleasure to read. Jill Gregory - Witch Moon was a story of a journey not only over evil filled lands, but also a journey of learning about hope and faith. A wonderful fairy tale ending that one loves to believe that they lived happily ever after. Ruth Ryan Langan - Blood on the Moon was a wonderful story based on honor, strength of the heart, wits and love. Marianna Willman - West of the Moon is a story based on fairytales and folklore that turn out to be more than tales. What a wonderful picture Marianna can paint in one's mind to picture the beauty! Fairies, magic, love, curses and not quite sure how it was going to spin to the end...it was great! All four stories are a must read and I am thankful I read them!!!!!!

Lover of books

I have read the other review entries, and I have to disagree with some of them. I am an avid fan of Nora Roberts, and the other authors she coincides with. I have read all of their short story collections, and have loved every one of them! When I saw this book, I grabbed it off the shelf, and haven't thought twice about it. I do agree with the others that Nora's story was the best, but 'Moon Shadows' wouldn't be the same without the stories from Gregory, Ryan-Langan, and Willman. They are all great others in their own rite. I am looking forward for the next book in this short story series!

Magic has never been so mystical...

I am one of those people obsessed with magic and all things mystical so naturally when I came across this book I was extatic. Inside this book are four relatively short stories. The first story was without doubt my favorite. A werewolf..excuse me,lycan..infected a woman in the Italian mountians between Italy and France and now the woman is trying to cure herself. First, Roberts describes her solitude in a heartbreakingly perfect way, a way in which it seems she is all alone with no one but her dog for comfort. She falls in love with a vet, how perfect, and together they try to cure her. It's a wonderful love story with just enough mystical forces to keep you wanting more. The other stories were just as great though now I cannot remember the order. The one with the Dark Angel whose family was slayed in the begining, oh my heart. So sad yet sweepingly romantic and rugishly barbaric. The princess has such a big heart and her Dark Angel is the kind of man you want on a winters night...I loved it. The land on Org sounds like a horrible place doesn't it...but white magic endures, as does love of course...His family was killed by the evil witch, then he was turned down by the queen...and when her beauty and life is stolen, her sister steals his heart...how cute. I love how one minute they hate each other and the next they are in love, even in that horrible place..it's great. I didn't like the last one so much but it was kind of sweet...I won't go into it since I have more bad things than good to say...but hey, 3 out of 4 were good to me, that earns my stamp of approval. BW~

Nora does it again

After reading the previous reviews here...i decided to only read the NR story. I wasn't disappointed in the least. I loved Simone and Gabriel. The story was too short for my liking, it left me wanting more!

Nora's great, the rest not so

If you plan on buying this book, know that you're getting one terrific short story and three others that are so-so at best. I recently read a review of a Nora Roberts' book in which the reviewer hypothesized that the reader gets more (and better) Nora as the price of the book goes up. If that's the case, her short story in this book should be bottom of the barrel -- but it's one of the best romance short stories I've read. As for the others...well, there's fantasy and then there's silly, and the three other stories (with the exception of the last) fall more on the silly side of the line.
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