Twilight Kisses

Twilight Kisses

by Ruby Storm

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$10.99

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ISBN-13: 9781419951411
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 02/28/2005
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.50(d)

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Twilight Kisses 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
In the 1800's a young Indian boy named Moon Runner climbed a mountain to discover his fate. He hoped that the gods would show him what his future held, and they did-but not in a way that he expected. For this young brave, his future was foreshadowed in the form of Ghost Woman-a white woman with blonde hair, who would wait forever for his love. The boy believed in the prophecy, so much so, his entire life revolved around finding this woman who would fulfill his destiny, until his untimely and unnecessary death in 1884.

Chicago , Illinois , 2001 is a modern-day Mecca for career-oriented men and women, and none works harder than reporter Shannon Dunne. A research trip to the local library unearths papers from over a hundred years ago, detailing the life and death of an Indian brave named Moon Runner. Shannon is immediately swept up into the life story of a man she'd never heard of before. The only connection she shares with him-the story she so desperately wants to uncover-is a faded photograph of a handsome Indian brave who died too early.

Research leads to an oddity, not only in the form of an old woman who whispers Moon Runner's name and presses a small key into Shannon's hand, but also, with a fateful fall into a river that somehow changes Shannon's perception of reality. Because somehow, the river that began beside a road in South Dakota tumbles her down stream to a place hundreds of years in the past.

None other than Moon Runner himself rescues Shannon from her scary trip through the water. The man she's dreamed about, fantasized about, is somehow alive and well. And suddenly, Shannon 's orderly, sophisticated twenty-first century world no longer exists. Instead, she's surrounded by Indians-tents with deer-skin rugs and soft pallets on the floor instead of fashionable king-sized beds. She's done the impossible-she's traveled through time, and ended up in the arms of her one true love.

TWILIGHT KISSES is a wonderful time-travel romance. The relationship between Moon Runner and Shannon, his Ghost Woman, is heady and passionate. The book is filled with heat with a multitude of love scenes, all well-written and heart-stopping in their intensity.

When Shannon realizes that she may in fact be the cause for Moon Runner's death in 1884, she's determined to change the future. But when you're flung back in time, how do you change the past without altering the future?

Kudos to Ms. Storm for a highly emotional, entertaining story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An intensely hot read that will have you turning pages as fast as you can read them.filled with descriptive love scenes as well as a story that is classically romantic. This story pulled at my heartstrings and made me wish for my own little tryst with destiny, especially if that destiny were to include the love of such a magnificent warrior whose love was so soul-shatteringly deep that not even death and time could stop it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In the 1800's a young Indian boy named Moon Runner climbed a mountain to discover his fate. He hoped that the gods would show him what his future held, and they did-but not in a way that he expected. For this young brave, his future was foreshadowed in the form of Ghost Woman-a white woman with blonde hair, who would wait forever for his love. The boy believed in the prophecy, so much so, his entire life revolved around finding this woman who would fulfill his destiny, until his untimely and unnecessary death in 1884. Chicago , Illinois , 2001 is a modern-day Mecca for career-oriented men and women, and none works harder than reporter Shannon Dunne. A research trip to the local library unearths papers from over a hundred years ago, detailing the life and death of an Indian brave named Moon Runner. Shannon is immediately swept up into the life story of a man she'd never heard of before. The only connection she shares with him-the story she so desperately wants to uncover-is a faded photograph of a handsome Indian brave who died too early. Research leads to an oddity, not only in the form of an old woman who whispers Moon Runner's name and presses a small key into Shannon's hand, but also, with a fateful fall into a river that somehow changes Shannon's perception of reality. Because somehow, the river that began beside a road in South Dakota tumbles her down stream to a place hundreds of years in the past. None other than Moon Runner himself rescues Shannon from her scary trip through the water. The man she's dreamed about, fantasized about, is somehow alive and well. And suddenly, Shannon 's orderly, sophisticated twenty-first century world no longer exists. Instead, she's surrounded by Indians-tents with deer-skin rugs and soft pallets on the floor instead of fashionable king-sized beds. She's done the impossible-she's traveled through time, and ended up in the arms of her one true love. TWILIGHT KISSES is a wonderful time-travel romance. The relationship between Moon Runner and Shannon, his Ghost Woman, is heady and passionate. The book is filled with heat with a multitude of love scenes, all well-written and heart-stopping in their intensity. When Shannon realizes that she may in fact be the cause for Moon Runner's death in 1884, she's determined to change the future. But when you're flung back in time, how do you change the past without altering the future? Kudos to Ms. Storm for a highly emotional, entertaining story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This story is very well written. The love of these two people is so strong. I just can't say enough about this book. It is so good!!