Monday, March 4, 2013

Moonlight Masquerade by Ruth Axtell- My Review

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Within a time of unrest and disguise, the heart unfolds.

Rees, butler is on assignment to discover the history of this employer Lady Celine, who is thought to be a spy for the French. Celine has many tasks to accomplish, whether it be the giving of dinner parties, the care of an aging relative, or perhaps missions of a different nature, she finds that life indeed is anything but monotonous.
Her daily interactions lead to questions unanswered and Rees is sure that he will soon have the answers he seeks, or will he?
Within the scope of a broader lens can romance be sought after in the most unexpected of times?

Romance, Action, Danger and Suspense grace the pages of this regency novel. Characters were well developed, I loved Rees' character, so real and gentlemanly! Plot was smooth flowing although I did find that it drug very briefly in a few places, dialogue was believable and easy to follow and scenery was captivating. Overall a great read and I enjoyed this compelling and faith challenging novel and will recommend it to others and especially to those who love a regency romance with action ingrained within the storyline. I received a complimentary copy from Revell Publishing for this blog tour for my review.

“Available March 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

Ruth Axtell

Ruth Axtell is the author of thirteen novels, including Wild Rose, one of Booklist's Top Ten in Christian Fiction. Currently a resident of Downeast Maine, Axtell has lived in the Canary Islands, Miami, and the Netherlands.

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