Awaiting the Moon

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Berkley Sensation, 2006 - Fiction - 360 pages
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The wait for a new take on werewolf romances is over.

It is said that werewolves roam the woods around Wolfram Castle--but Elizabeth Stanwycke, newly arrived tutor to the Count's niece, is not a child to be frightened by bedtime stories. Of more pressing concern is her attraction to the mysterious Count.

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User Review  - tina1969 - LibraryThing

Elizabeth Stanwycke is leaving her home in England to work as a tutor in Germany. She will be staying at Wolfram Castle near the little town of Wolfbeck. She is employed by the very sexy Count Nikolas ... Read full review

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User Review  - Darla - LibraryThing

a delicious gothic. The castle, the woods, the mad aunt, the assortment of odd relatives, the heroine who's an outsider, the dark and brooding hero (yes, I know I said I didn't like brooding--he makes ... Read full review


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Donna Lea Simpson is a nationally bestselling romance and mystery novelist with over twenty titles published and over 400,000 copies sold. Donna believes that a dash of mystery adds piquancy to a romantic tale, and a hint of romance adds humanity to a mystery story. She lives in London, Ontario.

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