Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Review: Moonlight and Violet by M. Kate Quinn

Moonlight and Violet by M. Kate Quinn

Publisher: Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Forty-four-year-old Violet Terhune wants to go back to Vermont like she wants a root canal. But, thanks to her ever-annoying little sister, that’s just where she’s headed. Penny, the quintessential apple of their mother’s eye, is engaged to a dentist. The week-long wedding-fest is booked at The Pines, the Vermont lodge where the Terhune family had spent the girls’ childhood summers.

Though she swore she would never return to the place where the owner’s son, Logan Monroe, shattered her heart years ago, Violet embarks to the rustic setting to find it run now by Logan himself.

The discovery of her girlhood diary unlocks the memories Violet has worked so hard to forget. During this whirlwind visit she and Logan confront new fears and uncertainties, and try to deny the chemistry that resurfaces between them. But, can a door stay shut once it’s been unhinged?

Clare's Review

Not your typical romance, this riveting story reads more like women’s fiction than anything else. The week before her sister’s wedding, Violet returns to The Pines, the place she and her family holidayed each year, and the man who now owns and runs it—and who left her for someone else. Interspaced with diary entries from her childhood, Violet’s story leaves you wondering just who the hero is at times. A good read, it leaves several questions unanswered and just seemed to end leaving me wondering if a page or two were left out of the pdf copy.

3 Tea Cups!


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