by Laura Marie Altom

May 2003
ISBN: 0-505-52538-0
Reviewer Graphic Button Leisure Books
Mass Market Paperback

Jonah McBride's life is falling apart around him. His wife up and left him and their baby daughter several months ago. Then he discovers she has died. His daughter Katie is getting sicker and sicker because she won't eat. His restaurant the Blue Moon is failing and he doesn't know what to do.

One night while cleaning after hours Jonah discovers a mysterious woman passed out in the restroom of his restaurant. When she comes to she claims to have amnesia and does not know who she is or what she is doing there.

Having been down on his luck and not wanting to turn the woman away Jonah takes her home with him. She takes a liking to his daughter and the girl's health slowly begins to improve. Jonah begins calling the woman Angel because of her remarkable affect on his child. Angel soon comes to believe she is Jonah's wife and the man does nothing to convince her otherwise.

Miraculous things have started happening in Jonah's life since Angel showed up. Not only is his daughter improving but also business at the Blue Moon has never been better and Jonah can't wait to get home in the evenings. The three of them are starting to feel like a real family. What can be the harm in a few white lies?

I found Blue Moon to be a heartwarming tale of the power of love. Ms. Altom has created some delightful characters in Jonah, Angel and Katie. This was a memorable book that fans of angelic romance will especially enjoy. If you believe in the magic of love and the power of second chances then grab a copy of Blue Moon and start believing in happily ever after.

Reviewed in December 2003 by Barbara.

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