Moon of Little Winterby Margaret Marr
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On a cold winter night, twenty years ago, during January's full moon, a murder was committed and covered up, spells were hastily cast to bind a witch to her final resting place, and two children were separated to protect them from their memories of that night.
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Margaret Marr lives somewhere in the mountains of western North Carolina where she spends her time weaving spooky stories of love and mystery while working as a rock packer in a quarry and an evening administrative assistant for the local community college. Her latest releases include, "Moon of Little Winter," available from SynergEbooks, "Wings of Thunder" and "The Ghosts of Daemon Yarborough" – both available from PublishAmerica – and a book of poetry, "Pieces Of My Heart," available from Lulu Press. Margaret's anthology "Voice of a Soldier" will be available through "Sunpiper Media Publishing" by December 2005 or January 2006. All proceeds from the sell of the anthology will go to help the military men and women of the USA.
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A Perfect 10! ... A thrilling ride of suspense, love, and hidden truths, MOON OF LITTLE WINTER by Margaret Marr is a fabulous read. ~Romance Reviews Today~
5 roses! ...this is a fantastic novel. ~Escape to Romance~
For a provocative, eerie and romantic escape into the occult and mysterious, read MOON OF LITTLE WINTER. It's equally compelling in both daylight and in darkness ... and it may just inspire wolfish behavior when the moon is full. ~Heartstrings~
MOON OF LITTLE WINTER managed to send chills down my spine and warm me back up with the sexy romance. I had the best of both worlds. ~The Romance Reader's Connection~
Moon Of Little Winter By Margaret Marr Genre: paranormal romance Publisher: NovelBooks, Inc. ISBN # e-book 1-59105-505-2 ISBN # trade paperback 1-59105-075-8 Chely Austin inherits a house from her grandfather. Sounds simple. However, upon arrival she encounters more than one antagonist claiming that part of the house ¿ which stood empty for the past 20 years- is theirs. Ty Walker, the grandson of Chely¿s new neighbor, claims that half of the house is on his property. As the matter of defining property lines is not as simple as they normally are, Chely and Ty not only get the opportunity to fall hard for each other, but they also meet another being, who seems to claim rights to the house: a human skeleton under the porch. Marr keeps the reader in constant suspense over the budding romance between Chely and Ty, especially since the reader gets to know Ty¿s secret up front: he is a male witch, who can shift into a wolf. Knowing this, the reader quickly begins to anticipate a dramatic ending in two aspects: will Chely be able to love a wolf/man and who the heck is the owner of those bones and what does he or she want from Chely? Read on as you will not be disappointed! Once started I couldn¿t put the book down.