EDGE OF THE MOON
by Rebecca York

August 2003
ISBN: 0-425-19125-7
Reviewer Graphic Button Berkley
Mass Market Paperback
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Edge of the Moon is the second installment to Ms.York`s Moon series. Focusing more on the ancient mystical magic`s and ceremonies.



Recently there have been several disappearances, the first to be taken is an older woman, then it is a young boy, and then a young man. All the kidnappings seem unrelated until Kathryn Reynold`s reports her tenant and best friend Heather DeYoung missing. Detective Jack Thornton is called in to make a connection between the disappearances. On the surface there appears to be no connection; but in actuality there is a very sinister plot at hand.



Instantly upon meeting one another Jack and Kathryn experience this almost surreal moment as time stops and the couple are keenly made aware of each other. But the couple barely has time to indulge in their mutual attraction,for a madman is stalking them and he will stop at nothing to get what he wants.



Detective Jack Thornton is back in his own supernatural tale. Taking readers into a dream world, where everything feels and seems so real. Much like in the first novel Jack and Kathryn have this sort of primal urge to be together; from this urge readers get a glimpse into some steamy love scenes including one we are not sure is real. The plot is quick and will keep you on your toes wanting to know what is just around the corner for Jack and Kathryn. We are also treated to catching up with Ross and Megan, Mrs. Anderson, and Jack`s two adorable children Lily and Craig. I consider this one to be my favorite summer read so far and Iím eagerly anticipating the third installment to the series.


Reviewed in July 2003 by Ronica.

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