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Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights (Moonlight #1)

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Do you have someone in your past you would like to reconnect with? Caroline Davis White wasn't looking for Mickey, now Mike Foster, her childhood crush, she was fleeing her philandering husband, seeking peace and quiet, time to reflect on changing her life. But there was Mike, saving her from a mishap...again, bigger than life and even more handsome.

A well-known artist, S
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Kindle Edition, 175 pages
Published October 13th 2011 by Moonlight Books (first published February 8th 2011)
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Judith
A delightful and winsome love story built around two people who were once real pals but who had lost touch in adult life. Now they have reconnected without really knowing much about what has happened during those "silent years." The friendship ties are as strong as ever, but each has secrets that could potentially ruin any future happiness together. It is a warm and wonderful story that traces their growing affection and love, but behind the scenes are people and situations that may not only rui ...more
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Laura Mcquillen
This is a sweet and sensual story of a childhood crush rediscovered years later that blossoms into love. It was fun watching the relationship grow between Mike and Caroline (Sunny) so many years after not seeing each other. Naturally they both have memories from when they were younger. Mike had been a few years older than Sunny and had sort of adopted the older brother/protector attitude towards her at that time, never knowing that Sunny had a crush on him. It's interesting watching them both co ...more
Krista
I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BOOK!! I just want to say I have read Moonlight and Roses which is the prelude and this was JUST GREAT!!! The two books flow so good its like they don't even stop. This book will make you laugh cry and freak out!!! You feel the intensity of the moment right off the bat at the open of this book! You get a GREAT view of what a PIG Brad is and you feel the loneliness and sadness and betrayal that sunny feels as she walks around the house that was hers for years. When she gets ...more
Lady Raven RAVE!
This was a very good read for me, leaving a controlling marriage finding yourself and that person that got away, I think was good. Both characters were interesting to read, the performances and just the book on a whole was ok for me personally. I think Mike was yummy and I could fall for a guy like that. Depending on the type of books you like because people have different taste, I think you can give the book a try, it was a nice calming read and it took me on a journey on the ending of one rela ...more
Renee
Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights is a very sweet romance that kept me reading ‘til I finished it. I got into the characters quickly and enjoyed the descriptions of their feelings as they handled the situations that came up. This is a story that many will enjoy if they like their Happily Ever Afters.
Kellie Kamryn
From the first page, Ms. Joachim pulled me into the story. I felt for Caroline/Sunny Davis as she tried to make a new life for herself as she rekindles a friendship with a childhood friend that turns into love. A well-paced book that made for an enjoyable afternoon of reading!
Denise
This was book two in series , I Was surprise
Which I love to hear about Sunny and Mickey ..
Really glad that the found love and happiness
this again was a very light read ..
Michelle
Good, fast book. Liked the story line a lot. Just felt like some of the storyline could've referenced more modern time music, to make it a little more believable. Still loved it!!
Traci De carlo
Another enjoyable story. Loved it!
Lindsay
A beautiful love story
Carly Wallace
hea y'all Anne here and I've just read Sunny Days & Moonlit Nights by Jean Joachim and as with her first book in the series I loved it. The story line is so sweet, but the second book brings a bit more of an edge to it with the main character Sunny having made drastic changes to her life she now is experiencing more that life has to offer. The men in the book are such a strong contrast of what men can truly be like. On one side you have rich, powerful, and ego driven the other side is sweet ...more
Romancing the Book
Reviewer: Valerie

Blurb: CAROLINE DAVIS WHITE IS A WELL-KNOWN artist married to a philandering multi-millionaire. She has everything any woman could want except love. Brad refuses to give her the divorce she so desperately wants. With no money, family, or friends, she flees to the small community in Catskill Mountains where she spent her summers as a child.

Mike Foster, Caroline’s childhood crush grown up, achieved success and made more money than he could ever have dreamed, but it destroyed his m
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Laura Mcquillen
This is a sweet and sensual story of a childhood crush rediscovered years later that blossoms into love. It was fun watching the relationship grow between Mike and Caroline (Sunny) so many years after not seeing each other. Naturally they both have memories from when they were younger. Mike had been a few years older than Sunny and had sort of adopted the older brother/protector attitude towards her at that time, never knowing that Sunny had a crush on him. It's interesting watching them both co ...more
Englishrose
With a good premise, this book started off slowly before picking up the pace a bit. The story, however, seemed a bit choppy and disconnected from developing true feelings. Perhaps I felt this way because I couldn't understand the motives behind Sunny's actions. Even Brad confused me at times. It just didn't seem like there were natural reactions. The community Sunny moves to is fun and filled with very good characters. Mickey is a wonderful character and I liked him a lot. He was kind and loving ...more
Aly
This was a quick read that I finished in a day. :)
I like to read story about artist.
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I've been making up stories for as long as I can remember. When other kids wanted to be doctors, teachers or firemen, I wanted to be a writer.
As soon as I could read, I began devouring books. I'd read anything I could get my hands on, but Louisa May Alcott's Little Women and Nancy Drew mysteries were early favorites.
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