by Linda Winstead Jones

May 2005
ISBN: 0-425-20129-5
Reviewer Graphic Button Berkley
Mass Market Paperback

Juliet Fyne is blessed and cursed with the ability to see the past and future of anyone she comes into contact with. But for all her insight, for all her power, she is unable to use her gift on herself and relieve her anxiety surrounding the terrifying nightmares of blood and claws plaguing her.

When the Emperorís men kidnap Juliet and her sister, she must put aside her fears to help her sister survive to meet her destiny. But a most unusual savior comes to Julietís rescue, Ryn of the Anwar, spiriting her far away from the Emperorís men, her sisters and onto a path of discovery, hope and unexpected joy and power.

Ryn of the Anwar has seen the face of his mate everyday of his life. When it is time an Anwar male will travel far and wide to find his mate and return with her to the mountain range he calls home. Rynís journey leads him to Juliet and if he must fight to claim he will. However, it is not only the Emperorís men he must fight. Juliet resists his claim and the strange connection she has to Rynís mountain home, but soon the truth about her and her undiscovered past will be revealed.

While Juliet comes to terms with her new life and love, Isadora, the eldest Fyne sister walks into her future worrying that her magic may not last.

Join Juliet, the second Fyne sister, on her quest that will draw her closer to reuniting with her sisters, finding a love so true it will change her life and the fate of her country. The Moon Witch continues the compelling journey of the Fyne sisters as they come to terms with their magic and their destinies. It is strong in all a discerning reader can ask for: characters, plot, action, conflict, chemistry, it is all there. What is most gratifying to see is that it is not just another fantasy-quest novel. The Moon Witch has heart and unplumbed depths. You all need to read this one.


Reviewed in June 2005 by Cynthia.

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