The Moon Witch

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Penguin, May 3, 2005 - Fiction - 336 pages
22 Reviews
Middle Fyne sister Juliet is kidnapped by the Emperor's men—only to be rescued by a man whose animal instincts tell him he's found the only woman to call his own.
 

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Review: The Moon Witch (Sisters of the Sun #2)

User Review  - Kristina - Goodreads

This is not my favorite book in the series, but I have to give it 5 stars because it got me hooked on all the others! The ending really shocked me. Didn't see that storyline coming! Great combo of romance, mystery, and fantasy! Read full review

Review: The Moon Witch (Sisters of the Sun #2)

User Review  - Paranormal Romance - Goodreads

A young witch is kidnapped from her cottage by the king but is soon after kidnapped again by a mountain man who claims her to be his mate and takes her to his city. The heroine spends half the trip ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Linda's first book, the historical romance Guardian Angel, was released in 1994. In the years since she's written in several romance sub-genres under several names. In order of appearance, Linda Winstead; Linda Jones; Linda Winstead Jones; Linda Devlin; and Linda Fallon. She's a six time finalist for the RITA Award and a winner (for Shades of Midnight, writing as Linda Fallon) in the paranormal category. Most recently she's been writing as Linda Jones in a couple of joint projects with Linda Howard, and rereleasing some of her backlist in ebook format. She can be found at any one of a variety of Facebook pages, @LWJbooks, www.RedDoorReads.com, and www.lindawinsteadjones.com.

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