Cemetery Moon

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Mya has always believed in angels, but following the death of her father, she now thinks they're all pretty useless. Her devoted and determined guardian angel is hoping to change all that--especially after Mya unwittingly succumbs to the seduction of his dark, fallen rival.

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Published: Sep. 17, 2010
Words: 94,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452366685
About Beth Gualda

Author and artist Beth Gualda was born in Rhode Island, raised in Iowa, and has resided for the past decade on the beautiful "Treasure Coast" of South Florida. She has been happily married twenty-three years to her best friend, has three cat children with three very distinct personalities, and a Boston terrier who has hundreds more Facebook friends than she does. Being madly in love, she naturally prefers writing about romance, love, and passion. She has eclectic tastes and interests otherwise. She loves to read as much as she loves to write, but will also stay up all night drawing. It's her worst vice since she quit smoking five years ago.

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Review by: diana shugtie on Aug. 23, 2012 : star star star star star
Enjoyed this book very much! And I can not wait to read her other books!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Bex Johnson on June 29, 2012 : star star star star
It was clear very early on that I would enjoy Cemetery Moon. Beth's strong narrative and character descriptions effectively kept me hooked. I do think that what was most enjoyable about my reading of Cemetery Moon was the way it was crafted by Beth. Her flair and creative style was a real pleasure to read.

In Cemetery Moon, we meet the protagonis Mya. A young woman, who has been completely doted on by her late father. Okay, so yes, what I mean is that she's been somewhat spoiled, and this aspect of her character is evident throughout the novel. There were many times that I wanted to shake her as she can be extremely selfish and rash. This is a testimony to Beth's talent as an author; Mya's character is very believable. I didn't really warm to Mya's character; I was far too frustrated with her to really like her; however, I did understand her. I understood her reactions and her passion. And of course, I understood her attraction to the two men in her life.

I really like the paranormal angle in this novel. It allowed room for excitement, as well as soul searching which was very enjoyable. The novel, approximately half way through, was a little predictible, yet this did not take away from my enjoyment or my desire to reach a conclusion. Once again, I think that it's Beth control over the written language that really pushed me on and kept me absorbed.

Bravo to Beth who has published a well-crafted and very readable novel!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Michelle Swanson on Feb. 05, 2011 : star star star star
I recently finished "Cemetery Moon" and found it to be a fun read. Mya is a character that one can relate to at some point in life, especially when things seem to not be going in the right direction. The journey I took with Mya was interesting even though at times I think she should have listened more to her friend. The characters that try to influence Mya's decisions seem almost similar on the surface, but I enjoyed seeing their differences and hoping she would make the best choice for herself. The ending of this book was my favorite part! I can't wait to read on to see what happens next.
Thanks to this book, I also discovered this great website and was happy to be able to read it in the ebook format.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Reka Stormborn on Oct. 18, 2010 : star star star star
This was a beautifully done emotional read. I really enjoyed getting to know Mya and hope to see more of her and her world in the future.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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