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Wait Until Moonrise

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Unseen. Unheard. Untouched. Welshman Nicholas Pierce is cursed to endure a lonely eternity surrounded by the living residents of Beaumarith Castle. But two hundred-plus years into his hellish existence, Bria Leighton arrives…and she can see him! Can he convince her that he’s real—not a ghost—and that she is the one true love who can save him…before the sorceress who cursed ...more
Published May 23rd 2012 by Teri Thackston
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AUTHOR: Teri Thackston is a writer of romantic suspense, historical romance and paranormal romance.

GENRE: Paranormal, Romance

SETTING: 18th century to Modern day land of the Welsh

CENTRAL FEMALE CHARACTERS: Bria Leighton. Engaged and travels the road where others have set the course. A woman charmingly excited about discovering her deceased father's Welsh side of the family.

CENTRAL MALE CHARACTER: Nicholas Pierce. A man filled with darkness from his dark hair to his sometimes depressive moods. A
Awful, cheesy and dated. It is blatantly obvious that the author is not from Wales, and has no clue how we speak here, she also seems believes that we are all stuck in the 1700's and look for magic around every corner.

I have never once used the words "Tis" and "Twas" in a conversation, yet the author continually writes her characters talking like this, even though the novel is apparently based in the 21st century!

The main character is so virginal I almost expected to read about her wearing a cha
Sherri Dub
I enjoyed this book, but there was a major plot fault in characterization for me. The problem was, the Heroine was engaged in the first half of the novel to a man that did not fit her personality in any way, shape or form. It was unbelievable to me that a virginal young lady (in present time) would hook up with a horny alcoholic cowboy that was constantly letting her down and trying to get into her pants.
Otherwise, tight writing. Good descriptive prose and the castle was described well.
The ghos
Shauna Allen
Loved the time travel element to this sweet romance. Reminded me a bit of my favorite romance of all time, A Knight in Shining Armor, by Jude Deveraux.
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I write romantic suspense, historical romance and paranormal romance. I guess I'm just a romantic fool!"
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