by Rebecca York

October 2003
ISBN: 0-425-19278-4
Reviewer Graphic Button Berkley
Mass Market Paperback

Witching Moon is the last installment of Ms.York`s Moon trilogy. Ms.York`s takes us deep in the heart of Wayland, Georgia where readers get the chance to explore wiccans and their many secrets.

Adam Marshall has been the Chief Ranger for Nature's Refuge for four months. One night, while in his wolf form prowling the vast swamp land, he sees something strange. There in a clearing is a group of men and women dancing and engaging in sexual acts. It is unlike anything he has ever seen. Adam becomes transfixed with the group. Soon they spot him and give chase; he manages to get away and collapses from exhaustion. He awakens the next morning still disoriented but knowing that he has work to do. He remembers where the group was and explores in the hopes of finding some clues. While exploring he comes upon the most beautiful woman he has ever seen.

Sara Weston is a botanist who has come to Nature Refuge gathering plants in hopes of finding a cure for cancer. On her first day in the park she meets Adam and she feels a spark between them that cannot be explained. It's much more then just a spark, Sara finds herself daydreaming about being with Adam. At first the visions are little flickers that fade away quickly, they become more potent the more Sara comes to care for Adam.

Sara and Adam both are in danger as the coven of witches is closing in, they feel threatened by Sara’s new growing powers and want the couple eliminated.

I have just finished reading the Witching Moon and all I can say is WOW! The book pulls you in from the first opening lines and doesn't let you go. I have enjoyed all the novels in this series. This is the best in the trilogy. I was on edge trying to figure out what the witches wanted in the small town of Wayland.

Just like the first two novels Adam and Sara have that unspoken moment when they know they are right for one another. Sara, as a heroine was outstanding as she faced the unknown head on and didn't back down. Throughout the book Adam let his guard down and allowed Sara into his heart. I enjoyed the reunion between brothers as well. I was sad to see this one end and hope to learn more about this wonderful cast of characters

Reviewed in September 2003 by Ronica.

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