BOM: Myla By Moonlight, Inez Kelley

July 21, 2010 at 10:45 am (Authors & Titles, Book of the Month Club, General, Reviews) (, , , , , , )

“Myla By Moonlight” – Inez Kelley

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ISBN: 978-1-60504-774-4
Length: 272 Pages
Price: 15.00
Publication Date: July 6, 2010

MAGIC BITES…and its name is Myla.

Created at Prince Taric’s birth, Myla is a spell, an enchantment designed to appear and protect him when he needs it most. She has always been content to do her duty…until one night of forbidden passion leaves her longing to experience life—and love—as a mortal woman. Yet the risk is too great. Even if her blood runs as red as his, she can never give him the one thing he needs: a child.

Hello, hopefully this finds all our readers enjoying the sunshine. This summer I have finally stepped into the new dawn of technology. Blinding me was the high cost of printing out many of my favorite authors when I could only read their ebooks, and so I stepped over the threshold into a whole new world. Nothing can compare to the feel and smell of a printed work of art, however, my new electronic device is, I am learning, much more versatile. Enough about me, let us crack the binding of Inez Kelley’s Myla By Moonlight.
In the moonlight, is quite literally where I was able to read this steamy romance. By the l.e.d. light of my readers convenient cover, I escaped the chaos of work and home, into a fantastic and vibrant kingdom. I enjoyed experiencing the entrancing visuals, and the mouth watering tastes this book had to offer. With the breeze gently kissing my cheek, I was transported to the lands of Edwyn, where a wonderful story of a prince and his love, who was a very literal part of him unfolded. I discovered that the time-tested tale of blossoming love between a man and a woman can be as new and as exhilarating as the shiny piece of technology I read it from. Ms Kelley brings an exhilarating new perspective to good versus evil, and self sacrifice. I adored experiencing the love a parent feels for their child with fresh perspectives, and so beautifully and simply written. I found myself moved to tears as I read this lascivious tale late into the night, anxiously anticipating but never guessing the next scene. Bravo Ms Kelley, because no matter where I choose to read Myla By Moonlight, whether in the moonlight itself or with my toes in the sand I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
So, pick up your copy of Myla By Moonlight today then you too can choose your romantic summer’s reading spot with whimsy and please remember your sunscreen.
-Penelope Fitzgerald


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