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by Christina Skye

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Anthology
Sensuality: HOT

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Perennial favorite Skye has a holiday treat for readers: two Draycott stories. The first is the previously published (and reviewed) novel Christmas Knight, and the second, "Moonrise," is a new story that even has a SEAL tie-in. Ghosts, demons and reincarnation make for a tantalizing tale. You can always count on Skye to deliver!

In "Moonrise," a thirst for revenge drives former a Crusader Knight, the Wolf of Navarre, to hunt down Adrian, the ghostly guardian
of Draycott Abbey, and the friend he believes betrayed him. Navarre casts
a dangerous spell to destroy the Abbey and everyone in it by next moonrise.

FBI forensic agent Sara Nightingale is the only one in residence as she searches for clues to a lost treasure. She's about to get a crash course in the supernatural as she encounters both Navarre and Adrian. What is the strange connection she feels to Navarre? (HQN, Nov., 484 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: HQN

Published: November 2009

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