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Long Night Moon

3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  71 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Reporter Nash Audubon crashes beautiful Sara Ivy's party to get an interview and barges into a case of domestic violence from which he determines to rescue the endangered socialite. If you like Sleeping With the Enemy, you might like Long Night Moon.

Long Night Moon was originally published in 1995 by Bantam Books. Theresa Weir wrote four books for Bantam. This was the fou
Kindle Edition, 299 pages
Published (first published April 1995)
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Theresa Weir does it again with a heartbreaking story of a battered woman and a hardened, homeless, ex-con. Sound interesting?......even if it doesn't, believe is!

This author has just not ever had the notoriety that she deserves. Her contemporary novels are some of the most thought provoking and engaging of the entire genre, and her books never disappoint. Long Night Moon is no exception to this rule.

Domestic Violence is a tough topic and Weir delivers a look into one woman's nightmar
Theresa Weir has a habit of writing about broken people. She is not ashamed of taking the darker elements of a relationship and bringing them into the light. LONG NIGHT MOON is just such a story with a well-written hero and heroine.

Sara Ivy appears to have everything in life including gorgeous looks. Her husband is wealthy and they are a popular couple. Or so it seems.

Nash Audubon is a reporter and after 'the real' story. He follows her looking for something that will earn him a headline. What
Sue Burke
Theresa Weir's romances have always stood apart for me from others that I've read, and I've always had a hard time putting my finger on why. There's an "otherness" about her books .... she's not the first or last to write about damaged people caught in dangerous situations, or about quiet lives of desperation, but she has a way of telling her stories that is poignant and compelling, and she creates characters and situations that stay with me long after I've finished her books. "Long Night Moon" ...more
Yeesh Weir sure knows how to bring the dark and heavy.

I knew this author wrote well when it comes to real life issues and an amazing load of angst but this one just takes the cake. The heroine was going through hell and the hero seemed too oblivious which drove me off the wall at times. But then again he had his own nightmares so I guess giving him some lee-way is necessary. (view spoiler)
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I loved this story. Like always, I love how Theresa Weir writes characters with flaws. Loved the ending, how it shows a happy couple, yet it does talk about struggles they had/have.
This book is difficult to rate. On the one hand the writing and story-telling are excellent, but on the other hand, the subject matter was just too painful for me. Reading romance is a form of escapism for me, and the abusive marriage in this book just felt too real, too depressing, and too distressing for me. Still, I feel this book is very special.
Touching, tragic, terrifying romance between two damaged people. I loved it. I'm so glad I've found this author.
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Theresa Weir (a.k.a. Anne Frasier) is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of twenty-six books and numerous short stories that have spanned the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, paranormal, fantasy, and memoir. During her award-winning career, she's written for Penguin Putnam, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins Publishers, Bantam Books/Random House, Silhouette ...more
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