Moon Dance

Moon Dance

by Christine Pope

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Moon Dance by Christine Pope

After scandal and shame force Iselda Kelsden to leave the world she once knew, she knows her future will be uncertain. Although she has lived the life of a proper young lady, finding a suitable match may prove nearly impossible due to the shadow that hangs over her family. 

Life in her aunt's castle isn't quite what Iselda imagined. When strange disappearances begin to occur, she takes it upon herself to solve the mystery behind them. What she uncovers opens a whole new world of enchantment...and possibly a forbidden love. Will falling for the wrong man lead Iselda into a trap she can't escape?

Moon Dance is inspired by the Twelve Dancing Princesses fairytale, and is the final book in the Tales of the Latter Kingdoms series of fantasy romances.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156920303
Publisher: Dark Valentine Press
Publication date: 08/21/2016
Series: Tales of the Latter Kingdoms , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 292
Sales rank: 104,461
File size: 593 KB

About the Author

A native of Southern California, Christine Pope has been writing stories ever since she commandeered her family’s Smith-Corona typewriter back in the sixth grade. Her work includes paranormal romance, fantasy romance, and science fiction/space opera romance. She blames this on being easily distracted by bright, shiny objects, which could also account for the size of her shoe collection. The Land of Enchantment cast its spell on her while she was researching her Djinn Wars series, and she now makes her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Moon Dance 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
La_Bruja_Roja More than 1 year ago
Twelve Dancing Princesses was always one of my favorite fairy tales and it's nice to see it show up in Pope's collection of retold tales. As always, the novelist delivers a sympathetic heroine with a lovely twist on the original story. I'm sad this is going to be the last of the Tales of the Latter Kingdoms. I hope the author comes back for more.
n7kk7br00ks More than 1 year ago
Unlike the other tales in this collection I wasn't aware of the tale on which this is based. But I soon got the hang of it! Iselda is fully aware of the magic in the world, after all her sister is married to a powerful mage. But magic is still outlawed and looked on with suspicion so they are in hiding in a far off land. Iselda now stays with her aunt, uncle and cousins. She fears she will be forever in their care, after all who wants the scandal that comes with her. But when a young man comes calling and seems to find friendship with her she resolves that romance is all she will settle for, friendship is not enough. But things take a dark turn and she is manipulated into an engagement which is only a ploy to entangle her further in the evil machinations of a secret user of magic! There were red herrings galore in this story. Just when I had it sussed, bam the bad guy was not who I thought it was. Iselda is a wonderful character and her cousins and friend are all very different. The story was great and a new one to me. Moon Dance is inspired by the Twelve Dancing Princesses fairy tale.