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Witch's Moonstone Locket: A Coon Hollow Coven Tale (Coon Hollow Coven…

by Marsha A. Moore

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This is an involving fantasy romance with many well-drawn characters and plenty of surprises. I enjoyed the Midwestern small-town with witches as neighbors motif, the convincing and intriguing Earth magic, and, especially, the love of the author for her characters, and of the characters for one another. Moore is a gifted story-teller with tons of heart. ( )
  JackMassa | Nov 23, 2016 |
It's not often that a book comes along where you are sad when it ends, at least not for me, Witch's Moonstone Locket from Marsha A. Moore is one of those books. I am eagerly awaiting book 2, I want to know what happens next!

I wish I could meet someone like Rowe, he's so romantic and sweet, many a girls dream guy. Jancie is the one that captures his heart though, she's a very lucky girl, or maybe not with the trials and tribulations she must endure first. Not least from Pandora she is one evil witch, I most definitely would not want to get on the wrong side of her.

The story starts a little slow, and I wondered if I would enjoy it, but the pace soon picks up into a nice steady rhythm, giving the reader plenty of time to connect with the characters.

The character's are well-developed throughout, so like I often say, I felt the emotions from crying for Jancie, worrying about Rowe, excitement when things go wrong, and as for Pandora - hmm.

Highly recommended, don't hesitate if you found this page then you'll LOVE the book. ( )
  theReadingHead | Jul 17, 2015 |
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