Thursday, January 26, 2012

Review: Dark Night of the Moon by Keta Diablo


Review: Dark Night of the Moon
Author: Keta Diablo
Publisher: Indie
Genre: Historical/Paranormal
Format: E-Book
Price: $3.99

Creed returns home to find almost all his family killed his brother Brand is missing and presumed dead.  And then there is Lauren the woman he loves who is now married to Brand.  Creed realizes that the only way to keep his hands off Lauren is to leave and move on with his life.

Lauren refuses to believe her husband is dead but her heart and her body still responds just as strongly as it always has when Creed is around.  She will do all that she can to try and protect her heart.

Sage has found her sister Lauren but has also lost many of the people she has loved.  With the war between the whites and the Indians she soon finds her life in turmoil and wonders if she will ever be the same again.

Brand finds his way home and back to Lauren but discovers that if he wishes to keep the people he loves most happy he must confess to them the truth.  He can only hope he has the chance to fix the wrongs.

Dark Night of the Moon is the sequel to Keta Diablo’s Holding on to Heaven where we first meet the characters.  Although labeled as a Paranormal it is not your typical Paranormal but more of the beliefs of the Native American Indians.  You will discover yourself on an emotional ride, I found myself with tears one minute and the next I just wanted to smack Creed and Lauren.  I felt like I was an observer standing there watching this touching and scorching story unfold.  You are never sure how this story will end and you may even be surprised.  Keta Diablo is an amazing story teller and Dark Night of the Moon is a keeper.

Annette gives this book

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