Moondance

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Blánaid thinks there's something wrong with her. She hasn't dated in months. If not for her best friends, Ronan and Siobhan, Blánaid is sure she'll go crazy with loneliness and despair. Then, one night while watching the sunset, Ronan kisses her and suddenly, Blánaid's world is thrown into turmoil. Can Blánaid face the truth in Siobhan's words? Can Ronan settle for just being Blánaid's friend? More

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About Kemberlee Shortland

Kemberlee is a native Northern Californian who was raised in a community known as Steinbeck Country, home to authors John Steinbeck, Jack London, Robert Campbell, Robert Louis Stevenson, George Sterling, Robinson Jeffers, Mary Austin... just to name a few. With so much influence around her, it’s not hard to see why she fell in love with the printed word.

In 1997, Kemberlee couldn't pass up the opportunity to spend six months in Ireland, where she met a man who eventually became her husband. Upon permanently relocating to Ireland, Kemberlee established an Irish travel consultancy, building a reputation as one of Ireland's foremost Irish travel experts.

Kemberlee has had the opportunity to study Ireland's history and culture first hand, and has even picked up a cúpla focal . . . a few Irish words. Because of her knowledge of Ireland, she has had the privilege of working with some of the romance industry’s top authors who’ve set their stories in Ireland, including Deb Stover for "Mulligan Stew" and "Mulligan Magic."

Over the years, Kemberlee’s love of Ireland has inspired a number of Irish set stories, including A Piece of My Heart, Kemberlee’s first published novel, and short stories Moondance and The Power of Love. Other short stories include Tutti-Frutti Blues and Dude Looks Like A Lady, both set in Kemberlee's hometown of Carmel-by-the-Sea. All of these stories are published through Highland Press. See Kemberlee's website for order information.

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Review by: Nicole Evens on Aug. 31, 2012 :
After I read this book, I've come to the conclusion that I want to marry an Irish man, and not just any Irish man, but one that is exactly like Ronan.

And the reason why is because I instantly fell in love with Ronan from the moment the story first introduced him. And not because of his good looks, though they would probably give any woman a run for her money, but because of his sweet Scottish accent that had me hooked at the start and how truly he loved Blánaid, despite knowing that she most likely wouldn’t return his love.

But as for Blánaid, my feelings for her often changed throughout the story. At most times I would understand her reactions to the situations that she went through, for I would have probably reacted the same way, and other times I just wanted to slap her and say “Man up would you!” But in the end, I think my conflicting feelings towards this character were because of her naivety to love reminded me so much of myself.

As well as the story in general though, I have nothing bad to say about it.

Kemberlee Shortland takes this regular romance and turns it into something beautiful with her amazing talent for writing. You'll be whisked within the pages as you experience a journey of love, friendship, and heartbreak. And in the end, the only disappointment you will have is that it ended.

All in all, being the first book that I have read from Kemberlee Shortland, I have to say that I am quite impressed and will be looking forward to reading more of her work in the near future.



Disclaimer: This is my honest opinion on the book.In no means was I swayed to write this review.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Aug. 30, 2012 :
Very lovely story, beautifully written.
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Review by: Nicole Evens on Aug. 30, 2012 : (no rating)
Before I start reading this, I just want to say that I love the cover!
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