Shortly after leaving her job in the finance department of an oil company, Hannah Hudson wins a vacation at a quaint BandB. But Hannah's far from relaxed when one night, she comes face to face with her ex-boss, Roth Jerric, by the light of the blue moon. Supposedly a romantic omen, the encounter definitely makes them aware of each other in a way they weren't previously. So does having adjoining rooms -- and sharing a bathroom! Renee Roszel's Blue Moon Bride (2) has a certain amount of whimsical charm, but the plot's really farfetched ... and it's reminiscent of the early "fight and kiss" stories, in terms of the way the characters relate to each other.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer