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DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
by Ann Jacobs

Genre: Fantasy

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Five generations of the St. Vincent family were plagued by a curse that's caused
mysterious deaths and tragedies. Will history repeat itself with the new generation?

Alain Randall, the new Earl of St. Vincent, is determined to break the curse. But the only way is to wed and mate at
the winter solstice. He receives a summons meant for his deceased brother and goes
in his place to claim the intended bride.

Before Lady Eleanor's father died, he arranged for her marriage. The arrival
of Alain provides her with the means to save herself from her lecherous cousin. She agrees to marry Alain and journeys to his estate in Cornwall, where she's assailed with rumors of her fiancé murdering his father and half-brother. Lea isn't certain she will be able to put her fears aside and give in to the demands
of her future husband.

Jacobs' dark, brooding romance is
teeth-clenching. The exceptional medieval research, laced with tons of sexual tension, creates an irresistible romance. (dl $4.95)

Reviewed By: Suzie Housley

Publisher: www.ellorascave.com

Published: August 2004

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