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THE TROUBLE WITH MOONLIGHT
by Donna MacMeans

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1877 London

2008 Historical Love & Laughter Award Winner

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MacMeans' second novel is ingenious, humorous and intoxicating. Cleverly blending the paranormal with the sensual and suspense with a passionate love story, she fulfills readers' fantasies.

British spy John Locke is on a secret mission to locate a valuable list when he spies a ruby necklace floating in the air. He follows the necklace to Lusinda Havershaw, and through a clever ruse, catches Lusinda and discovers she has the ability to disappear in the moonlight. He blackmails her into becoming his partner.

To support her family Lusinda
retrieves stolen items by gliding naked into homes completely unnoticed. As his reluctant ally, she gets caught up in
a mission to track down a Russian spy, but her attraction to John is far more
dangerous than a traitor or two. (Berkley Sensation, Jun., 304 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: June 2008

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