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Swallow the Moon
     

Swallow the Moon

4.8 5
by K. A. Jordan
 
June called down the moon to find her one true love. A motorcycle from Hell dumped Eric on her doorstep.

An accountant for a failing company, June longs for true love. In a Wiccan summoning ceremony, she swallows the moon in an effort to find her soul mate. What she gets is Ohio National Guardsman Eric Macmillan, who owns a cursed Suzuki Hayabusa, and two

Overview

June called down the moon to find her one true love. A motorcycle from Hell dumped Eric on her doorstep.

An accountant for a failing company, June longs for true love. In a Wiccan summoning ceremony, she swallows the moon in an effort to find her soul mate. What she gets is Ohio National Guardsman Eric Macmillan, who owns a cursed Suzuki Hayabusa, and two spirits: DEA agent Jake the Snake, and the malevolent stripper Cora Cobra.

Back from Afghanistan, divorced and un-employed, Eric is the third owner of the Hayabusa. The other owners are dead, just not departed. He's looking for the artist who created 'Cora's' snake-inspired paint job. When Eric arrives at the scene of Jake's last sting, on a one-of-a-kind motorcycle, all Hell breaks loose.

Van Man Go is the world's greatest airbrush artist. He will repaint Eric's Hayabusa, for the usual price. Like Cora Cobra and Jake the Snake, Eric must put his soul up for collateral. Cora and Jake failed to pay their debts, now there Hell to pay.

Care to take a ride on the Hayabusa from Hell?

Editorial Reviews

Goodreads - Daniel A. Roberts
As a guy who enjoys a good romance novel from time to time, I tend to be a bit more critical. When things happen that don't make sense, I tend to frown. Well guess what. I never frowned ONCE while reading Swallow the Moon. I expected to read this in a week or so, only to find myself unable to put it down.

The plot isn't too complicated, yet it's intricate in how it plays out. That's no easy feat to pull off.
Goodreads - J. A. Beard
When Wiccan June attempts a ritual to summon her one true love, she never expected an unemployed veteran with a possessed bike to show up instead. With two ghosts and other dark forces at work, June may have to worry less about love and more about survival...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781463707644
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/15/2011
Pages:
238
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

Meet the Author

K. A. Jordan is a refugee from the Rust Belt of Ohio, who escaped to the Blue Grass of Kentucky in 1992. She writes and blogs from 'Jordan's Croft' a small farm where she lives with her husband, a retired Army Staff Sergeant and three horses.

She holds a degree in Applied Science, rides American Quarter horses, gardens and can often be found on the back of her husband's Suzuki M109 motorcycle.

She says of her writing: "I write the stories that I want to read, stories written for the head as well as the heart, with complex characters, twisty plots and contemporary settings. There are no 'ripped bodices' in my fiction but you'll find strong women, charming criminals, wounded heroes, mad artists and an occasional haunted motorcycle."

'Swallow the Moon' is the first of a series of modern Gothic novels set in Ashtabula, Ohio.

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Swallow the Moon 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
wiccawitch4 More than 1 year ago
This was a really good book! I found myself completely immersed init from the very first page. The storyline was intriguing and the characters were interesting. I really liked June the main character, I don't think I have ever come across another character by the name of June (which is my daughters name) before and the fact that she was wiccan was even more awesome as I myself am a wiccan. Eric the male lead was annoying and male at times but aren't all men..lol...and I find that the author wrote him and his side very well. I liked the split of the different aspects of the love story and the Paranormal thriller. K.A. Jordan did this very well and it meshed nicely, not getting tangled as it so easily could have. Instead the story flowed beautiful from one aspect to the next as we learn and watch the story unfold. The Spirits were done amazingly well in the story and so incredibly creepy! the rituals that were performed and the way that June deals with them was well researched and even the fictional parts were well thought out and crafty. Van Man Go was the ultimate creepy guy and I think that even if he was the best artist in the world I would never have walked into his shop...lol...he did have a wicked cool name and his character was done really well I sure didn't want to have anything to do with the dude. I really liked everything about this book I don't think I can say that there was anything I didn't. the author K.A. Jordan is a great writer and I would defiantly read more of her work. the book had everything I liked love, action, the paranormal, the occult, and cute puppy dogs!..lol...actually there is one little thing I didn't like, the cover, I think it could have been done a little nicer, the bike on the cover is ugly, if I saw a bike like that I wouldn't fall in love and buy it and the rest of the cover is just ok it doesn't stand out and wow me in any way. the inside of the book however did wow me and I devoured it all!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fascinating story filled with romance and danger. Your heart beats faster as you pour through the pages waiting to find out what fate is awaiting June and Eric. Cold air brushes against your skin as you sense Cora and Jake near, evil lurking wanting to destroy all in their path. It's good against evil, broken, pieced together lives coming forth and being healed. My heart strings stirred when all June wanted was to be loved and love someone in return. A really great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once you start it's hard to put down. A great read..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago