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Met By Moonlight

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When modern day witch Diana Crossways plunges back to 1647 England, she learns that a mysterious man she saw in Salem, Massachusetts is a notorious witch hunter. He holds the power of life and death over Diana--but she also inflames his desire.
Paperback, 317 pages
Published February 1st 1998 by Pinnacle
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Paranormal Romance
One Halloween night, the heroine suddenly finds herself thrust back in time and into the madness of the witch hunts. She herself a wiccan, not a witch, is none the less relieved to stumbled upon a group of witch's practicing in the woods that night because she's taken is by them and given a roof over her head and food in her belly. It takes her some time and some awkwardness to learn the ways of the time but she's a quick learner. She keeps her head down and goes about her daily chores-hoping fo ...more
Tracey
Diana is a practicing Wiccan and bookshop owner (occult, of course) who, one stormy Halloween afternoon in (of course) Salem Mass., receives a very old and hand-written book from she knows not where and, seemingly on the aftershock of a lightning bolt, stumbles into the 17th century. In England, in the New Forest. She runs into a man – a strange man, who advises her not to dance - and then flees him into the middle of a coven's gathering. They take her appearance among them, and her physical app ...more
Tasha
Oct 28, 2012 rated it liked it
This was an ok book. It wasn't spectacular nor was it horrible. It was one of those quick read books for fun.
Kathleen Cobcroft
Nov 27, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: fantasy
Odd little wiccan time travel romance set in the Salem area (of course!).
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Nov 19, 2007 rated it liked it
Shelves: scpl, fantasy
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