Moonlight and Roses

Rated 4.29/5 based on 8 reviews
Can a mother guarantee a safe and happy life for her daughter by finding her a rich husband? Linda Davis knows her health will not last and is determined to see her daughter have a secure future. Caroline has her own ideas. Going along with Linda’s plan doesn’t mean giving in to every man who comes on to her. Not according to Caroline. This is a sweet contemporary romance novella. More
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About Jean Joachim

Jean Joachim is an author, married, a mother of two boys and owner of a rescued pug named Homer. She lives in New York City. Her latest contemporary romance, "Now and Forever 1, a Love Story" has just been released by Secret Cravings Publishing. Her other works include, “Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights”, a sweet contemporary romance published by Astraea Press, released in February 2011, which is available as an ebook and paperback through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com and AstraeaPress.com. She has two sequels coming: Now and Forever 2, the Book of Danny coming from Secret Cravings in early November being and "April's Kiss in the Moonlight", sequel to "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights", to be published by Astraea Press in October. She also has seven non-fiction books published. Jean has been writing non-fiction for over fifteen years and fiction for two. Her review column, "Movie Choices for Kids" has been syndicated in weekly and parenting newspapers and on websites for the past eleven years.

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Review by: S. J. Qualls on Oct. 19, 2012 :
An enjoyable way to spend a gloomy afternoon, curled up in my chair reading. I found the story interesting. It was smooth reading that didn't require a dictionary by my side.
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Review by: Carly Wallace on Oct. 06, 2011 :
Hi y'all Anne here I just finished reading Moonlight and Roses by Jean Joachim and what a sweet and honest story. This is absolutely a story for women scorned, who can appreciate the females softer views on life and love which I can. I love the characters in this book the men are sweet jerks, the mother a lovable romantic who's story of love is also threaded through this book, and then Caroline then leading lady is so gullible and sweet it's hard not to feel her constant pain of going through all these jerks. Her story goes the way she thinks it should up until life and love play a horrible turn on her. If you enjoy a sweet story which will touch any heart that has ever been broken then this book is for you and I'm excited to move to the next in the series Sunny Days and Moonlit Nights I can't wait to see what awaits Caroline next. 5 out of 5 stars for Moonlight and Roses.
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Review by: Carly Wallace on Oct. 06, 2011 :
Hi y'all Anne here I just finished reading Moonlight and Roses by Jean Joachim and what a sweet and honest story. This is absolutely a story for women scorned, who can appreciate the females softer views on life and love which I can. I love the characters in this book the men are sweet jerks, the mother a lovable romantic who's story of love is also threaded through this book, and then Caroline then leading lady is so gullible and sweet it's hard not to feel her constant pain of going through all these jerks. Her story goes the way she thinks it should up until life and love play a horrible turn on her. If you enjoy a sweet story which will touch any heart that has ever been broken then this book is for you and I'm excited to move to the next in the series Sunny Days and Moonlit Nights I can't wait to see what awaits Caroline next. 5 out of 5 stars for Moonlight and Roses.
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Review by: Jolie du Pre on Oct. 06, 2011 :
What goes on when a mother does everything she can to set her daughter up with a rich guy? Meet Caroline Davis and the men who enter her life. Will she meet Mr. Right?

Throughout the book, Jean provides excellent descriptions.

"At Columbus Circle, Case tugged on her hand and led her into the park, which was dark and shadowy as the leaves rustled in the light summer breeze, playing peek-a-boo with the moonlight."

It's because of these descriptions that I'd like to see this novella turned into a novel.

For a quick, enjoyable read before bed, sit back and relax with "Moonlight and Roses."
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Review by: JS Morbius on Oct. 06, 2011 :
After having Jean on my blog I just had to find some of her writing, and I am glad I did. The passion in her words is astounding, and the way the story flowed made it such a joy to read.
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Review by: Alexx Miller on Oct. 06, 2011 :
The writing is well done and the story is wonderful! The author is truly passionate about what she writes. I would read her again.
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Review by: Sharon Barrett on Oct. 06, 2011 :
Boring, nothing to grab the readers attention in the first 8 pages
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Review by: Sharon Barrett on Oct. 06, 2011 : (no rating)
Boring, I read the first 8 pages not there to grab the readers attention.
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