Moonlight Dancer by Deb Atwood

283 pages
Publisher: New Potato Press (2012)

* I was given a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.

Kendra JinJu MacGregor can resist neither the antique Korean doll in the dusty warehouse nor the handsome Hiro Peretti who sells it to her.

Once she brings the doll home, Kendra pays little attention to misplaced objects or her beloved dog’s fear. That is, until one terrifying night forces her to question her very sanity. Soon, the ethereal, brooding NanJu manifests herself, and Kendra begins her travels through time to 16th century Korea into a history of conflict and intrigue. For Kendra is about to discover the dark past of her ghostly visitor.

Now it’s up to Kendra, with Hiro by her side, to interpret the past and prevent murder. Everything depends upon Kendra’s success, even—she discovers to her horror—her own life.

My Thoughts:

An interesting paranormal romance that weaves back and forth between present day Berkley and 16th century Korea. The transitions between time periods was smooth and Hiro was the perfect hero (heehee). Kendra was an interesting character, but I wish she had shown more of her spunky side instead of being a damsel in distress for much of the book. I also liked how the author weaved in 16th century history of Korea.  So for this book I'm going to give it...

About the author:

Deb Atwood's work has appeared in numerous publications. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and dog.
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