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The Moon That Night

3.03  ·  Rating Details  ·  33 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Kate Dillon has never met a man worth his weight in packing peanuts. Maybe she's simply too stubborn, too independent and too much of everything men don't want. Just when she's decided that Mr. Right doesn't exist, James Riley crashes back into her life. Ten years ago Riley barely noticed her, but she was certainly aware of him! Body like a Greek god. Mind like a steel tra ...more
Paperback, 251 pages
Published November 2nd 2010 by Harlequin (first published November 1st 2010)
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Lynn Spencer
I think this book was supposed to be intriguing. It basically involves a museum curator (Kate Dillon) and a military guy (Jake Riley) who are thrown together as they are forced to travel the world stealing ancient Greek statues. This could have gone in so many interesting directions. However, after getting about a third of the way into the book, it hadn't really started to head off anywhere all that fascinating and I just couldn't get all that into the characters either. So, DNF time for me.
Dec 23, 2010 jvan326 rated it did not like it
This story line had potential if it hadn't been for the annoying brat of a heroine! She is suppose to be a victim of kidnap and the person who is trying to help her through the ordeal (the hero) is treated to her endless questions and pointless remarks at the most inconvient times! Also their was WAY to much backstory with the hero's estranged thirteen year old daughter (who is ALSO kidnapped and forced on the run with the hero and heroine...blah.) I don't mind some storylines with kids involved ...more
Karen Wapinski
Jul 21, 2013 Karen Wapinski rated it did not like it
Oh God. Where do I start? I picked this up at the local library while I waited two hours for my friend to get off work because I have a thing for single father romances and I appreciate some action-suspense stuff thrown in.
It had potential. Riley was a bodyguard to then-teen Kate ten years ago and now they've reconnected after he helps kidnap her and steal an artifact. Passion ignites, etc.
Riley wasn't too bad. A little bland is the unkindest thing I can say. There was also some embarrassing ba
Lizbeth Selvig
Feb 27, 2012 Lizbeth Selvig rated it really liked it
I love Helen Brenna's books and was only sorry this one took me so long to get to! This was a RITA-winning book and rightfully so. Kate and Riley intrigued me to the end, and I was sorry to have to say good-bye to them. It took me a chapter or two to figure out all the secondary characters and who was good and who was "bad," but once I did the book was super action-packed. I loved the details about art and about Greece. And I loved the realistic father/daughter conflict. I would recommend this b ...more
Jul 25, 2012 Jana rated it it was amazing
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Helen Brenna grew up in a small town in central Minnesota, the seventh of eight children. Although she never dreamed of writing books, she's always been a voracious reader of romances. After taking a break from her accounting career, she tried her hand at writing the romances she loves to read.

Since her first book was published in 2007, Helen has not only won Romance Writers of America's most pres
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