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Berkley Books, 1998 - Fiction - 332 pages
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Four bewitching new tales of moonlight, magic, and romance. In Angie Ray's "Shades of Moonlight", after the death of a Regency rake, a lovely lady unexpectedly inherits his house--and finds it occupied by his seductive ghost. In Lindsay Longford's "Midnight Lover", a young widow is inexplicably drawn to a mysterious statue in her garden at midnight and dreams of a sultry stranger. Plus, "Musketeer by Moonlight" by Maggie Shayne and "The Wolf Keeper" by Katherine Sutcliffe.

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User Review  - vegaheim - LibraryThing

this was a delightful book. i don't usually read romance but this one i had to read because it had cats involved. all stories were cute. one was hilarious: the girl next door to a confirmed bachelor ... Read full review


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Ghosts, werewolves, and intrepid heroines roam the moonlit pages of this magical collection of short novellas that arrives just in time to add its own passionate and supernatural touch to the October ... Read full review


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Katherine Sutcliffe is the USA Today bestselling author of numerous novels. Sutcliffe has worked as consultant head writer for the daytime dramas "Another World" and "As the World Turns, " and resides in Texas with her husband and children.

RITA Award winning, "New York Times" bestselling author Maggie Shayne has published over 50 novels, including mini-series "Wings in the Night "(vampires), "Secrets of Shadow Falls "(suspense) and "The Portal "(witchcraft). A Wiccan High Priestess, tarot reader, advice columnist and former soap opera writer, Maggie lives in Cortland County, NY, with soulmate Lance and their furry family.

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