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Devil Moon: A Mystic Romance

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3.3 of 5 stars 3.30  ·  rating details  ·  103 ratings  ·  17 reviews
Welcome to the mystical town of Beaver Cove, Arkansas where country ghosts offer homey advice and the moon makes lovers of total strangers!

Maddie Harris left Boston in humiliation. She hopes the job as assistant principal in a small Arkansas town will keep her too busy to notice the hole where her heart used to be. Phil Wilcox, divorced former NFL star, returns to his home
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Kindle Edition, 252 pages
Published July 8th 2010 by Supernal Friends Publishing (first published January 1st 2005)
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Edie Ramer
When the devil moon is out, strange things happen to Maddie, a seemingly straight-laced assistant high school principal, and Phil, the former football star, former alcoholic who’s now the high school coach. They’ve both returned to Beaver Cove, Arkansas, to put their lives back together. Maddie is still recovering from a betrayal by her former fiancé. Phil wants to connect with his 11-year-old daughter whose money-hungry mother is keeping them apart. And then there’s Maddie’s theatrical gay frie ...more
Marti
While I did give this delightful little romance 4 stars, I will be the first to admit this certainly is not great literature. It was, however, tender-hearted and a real pleasure to read. Maddie, the prim assistant principal at the local high school, was burned badly in love three years ago and she is determined for that never to happen again. However, sometimes her hormones, assisted by some sort of influence from that "devil moon" get the best of her once in a while. After drinking entirely too ...more
Kirsten Lenius
This woman has a messy and public breakup that was publicized in the papers because she was a part of snobby society groups and her fiance had been taking advantage of his students... a lot of his students. So, she ups and leaves Boston to go to Arkansas where she owns a house inherited from her dead grammy, her father's mother.

So then she goes outside at night, gets naked and sobs until a strange man wanders by and 'comforts her.' Yeah. That. On one of her grandmother's old quilts which she ha
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Dana Taylor
Jul 21, 2010 Dana Taylor rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Author's note: This review was written upon the tradeback publication of THAT DEVIL MOON, now reissued in the Kindle Store as "DEVIL MOON: A MYSTIC ROMANCE"


Round Table Review—That Devil Moon by Dana Taylor
Reviewer: Beverly Forehand

Maddie Harris has her life completely in order. She's a successful assistant principal with her own home. She has loyal friends and a loving family. She's perfectly happy with her life. So what if people think she's a bit prim and that her routine borders on anal-reten
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Radella
this is a weird book. I'm not entirely certain how to take it, but it was certainly an entertaining read.
Maddie's a straight-laced assistant principal from a small town. The devil moon draws her out one night, for a tryst in the sand with an anonymous stranger. When she finds herself pregnant from that misadventure, she doesn't want to look bad to the small town she's living in... and then there's Phil Wilcox. He's the new football coach, and in almost all ways he's the opposite of Maddie. Yet t
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Sharon Tillotson
A nice little romantic comedy with a bit of mysticism mixed in. The characters (main and secondary) were very likeable, the protagonists had been through the kind of life experiences that made for a good story. I liked that the plot wasn't simply cookie-cutter - until toward the end. I don't want to give away spoilers and this is a personal preference, but I've never been a big fan of catfights.

I'm giving this one 3 1/2 stars (I only wish GR and Amazon allowed for half-stars), which for my rati
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Mary C
Once again, Dana Taylor has succeeded in bringing out a wide range of emotions in her reader throughout this book. You'll cheer on characters, worry for them, fret over their decisions, laugh, cry. Toss in some good, old, edge-of-the-seat suspense with a side of Grammy's ghost and you have a book you won't want to put down till you finish it.
Trudi Jorda
A cute story with an entertaining cast of characters. I have been on a romance kick of late and this fit the bill. Not exciting but a pleasant journey to the Ark. Ozaraks-- a place that has many a fond childhood memory for me as my grandmother lived part of her life down there.
Tammi
This was a nice, light, read, and I enjoyed it very much. I did get a little frustrated with the characters some of the time, but it all worked out just fine in the end. Thank you, Dana Taylor!
Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
I can't believe I forgot to review this book!
This was such a fun read. I am really looking forward to reading more by this very talented author.
Toni
Feb 05, 2012 Toni added it
didn't finish it just could not get into the book ... (there needs to be a way to get rid of a book with out finishing it)
Micah
Cute beginning. Free amazon book. But it was predictable and towards the end, it was dragging. But, worth a free read :-)
Emily
An easy little romance read. For sure not gret literature, but I enjoyed it. Not bad for a free e-read.
Morgan
Entertaining, a simple read that is good enough not to want to put it down.
Christine
Very cute! Loved the ups and downs could not put it down.
Roberta
Cute Romance. Light, easy read.
Christine Hayes
Was what I expected.
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Dana Taylor writes uplifting stories filled with inspiration and humor. Born and raised in California, she graduated from the University of Redlands. She lived for many years in Oklahoma and raised two daughters with her husband. She is a level II Reiki therapist. Her love of music is currently reflected in her work as the President of the Board of the La Mirada Symphony in Southern California.

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