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Devil Moon: A Mystic Romance [Kindle Edition]

Dana Taylor
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Welcome to the mystical town of Beaver Cove, Arkansas where country ghosts offer homey advice and the moon makes lovers of total strangers!

Maddie Harris left Boston in humiliation. She hopes the job as assistant principal in a small Arkansas town will keep her too busy to notice the hole where her heart used to be. Phil Wilcox, divorced former NFL star, returns to his hometown as the new football coach. He hopes to repair the tattered relationship with his eleven-year-old daughter, despite his thorny ex-wife. Maddie is neat and color coordinated; Phil takes "casual" to its limits. Neither is seeking romance, but a mischievous moon and a friendly spirit have other ideas.

"Round Table Review" says "Devil Moon is a lovely romance full of whimsy, comedy and bittersweet twists."

Editorial Reviews


Taylor has crafted a fast-paced story... Along with the main love story, she adds drama, with a kidnapping and drug subplot, and a touch of the paranormal. Drama, romance and humor combine to make Devil Moon plain fun.
--Romantic Times

I loved this book.  It made me laugh and cry.  The characters are wonderful, the writing is compelling and witty, the plot-twists are unexpected, and the love story is both steamy and sweet. 
--Round Table Reviews--Beverly Forehand

Romance Designs--
You won't get away from this read without chuckling...The secondary characters were absolutely outstanding.  All-in-all, a delightful story.
--Romance Designs

About the Author

Dana Taylor writes stories with a mystical touch.   Her work as an energy healer influences her tales of flawed humans seeking spiritual and emotional healing.  Born and raised in California, she graduated from the University of Redlands. She has been published in various magazines, including the Ladies Home Journal. She hosted the Internet radio program Definitely Dana! at  and won various contests with the Romance Writers of America, including Best First Book from the Desert Quill Awards.  Her published works include AIN'T LOVE GRAND?, SHINY GREEN SHOES, and DEVIL MOON: A MYSTIC ROMANCE.  Her latest release is a spiritual memoir entitled EVER-FLOWING STREAMS: CHRIST, REIKI, REINCARNATION & ME.

Product Details

  • File Size: 597 KB
  • Print Length: 252 pages
  • Publisher: Supernal Friends Publishing (July 8, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003V8BHI2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #396,327 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun and touching...don't pass this one up. January 30, 2005
Maddie Harris has had it with men. When she moves into her Grandmother's house in Beaver Cove, Arkansas, she is determined to lead an uneventful and orderly life as the local high school's assistant principal. Of course it's hard to consider your life normal when you not only talk to your dead grandmother, but can also see her. Oh, and let's not forget the one night of crazy sex, under the full moon, down by the lake with a late-night fisherman...

Ex-football star, Phil Wilcox, is working on redemption. He wasn't much of a husband in the old days and even less of a father, but he wants to re-connect with his 11 year-old daughter, Melissa. Three years sober, Phil is ready to jump through any hoop to have Melissa call him Daddy again. Even if that means being civil to his money-hungry, manipulative ex-wife AND building the first winning football season Beaver Cove has seen in many years.

Maddie and Phil...polar opposites. He knows nothing about fashion, while she color coordinates everything. She has a place for every single possession and his idea of `order' is getting takeout at the Taco Bueno. And if they could just stop picking at each other, maybe they'd find they have something in a blissful night spent under that ol' devil moon.

Dana Taylor has crafted a witty ride for readers with That Devil Moon. You won't get away from this read without chuckling...whether it's from Phil's wicked sense of humor, his daughter's little, unknown facts or the crazy antics that happen in Beaver Cove. The momentum fell flat a few times and it felt as though there were two endings, but the need to find out if Phil and Maddie can make it as a couple, pushes you onward. While couched in humor, Ms.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not ready for shelves July 17, 2011
By Zeph
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Assistant Principal Maddie Harris is a control freak. But on one very strange night - orchestrated by a Devil Moon - she throws control out the window and has a one night stand with a complete stranger. This stranger, former NFL player Phil Wilcox, is not going away. Though these lovebirds don't recognize one another from their one night stand, sparks still fly when they bump (literally) into each other and soon they form a relationship.

Devil Moon had the makings of a 5-star book but it just didn't live up to the beginning. Phil was a little too self-pitying. Although a great hero, he couldn't get over his past mistakes as a drunk and a bad husband/father. I understand why he felt this way considering no one in the book seemed to idolize him or mention his football accomplishments. No footballs fans in the South is pretty unrealistic. Anyway, Phil kept assuming Maddie had realized she deserved better than him and run away. He couldn't have been more wrong. Maddie was a loving and loveable character. Her only flaw was how she could act quite irrationally at times. Lastly, the two climaxes of this book could have been combined to make something so much better.

The ending was pretty adorable but in the end I was still dissapointed. It's obvious that Dana Taylor has a lot of talent, I can't wait to see if her next book showcases it better.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved The Characters July 18, 2011
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Main characters Maddie and Phil were genuine and likable. All of the characters were well-drawn and interesting. Of course, Maddie and Phil clashed at first. She thought he was overbearing and he thought she was stuck up and this made for some funny moments. But despite themselves the two are drawn together. Maddie's gay friend Randy was an especially funny character and Phil's daughter Melissa was sweet and fun. She added a lot to the way Phil was pictured and father and daughter had some great scenes together.

I especially liked the southern flavor of this book and the supernatural elements, which were not overdone, but added so much to the story. The writing is fast-paced and witty. Devil Moon is a thoroughly enjoyable read from a talented author.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars What a great read... May 5, 2005
Small town Americana comes alive in this magical story, grounded in the reality of some very likeable but quirky characters. Maddie and Phil exorcise their demons under the glow of a full moon hanging over Beaver Cove, Arkansas. This author explores some very serious realities even with a liberal dose of good natured humor. I love her work...and can't wait for her next book.

Try her first book - Ain't Love Grand.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Hopelessly silly July 7, 2013
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To be fair, if you want a guilty, brainless quickie, this might actually be perfect. But don't look for anything more than that.

Everything from the premise to the conclusion is ridiculous. Wither her complete inability to handle her own emotions, the leading lady makes any self-respecting woman cringe; the leading man, meanwhile, is somehow both unrealistically perfect and wildly irritating. Many of their choices (not to mention the setup -- a hot encounter during which they somehow manage not to see each other's faces) make zero sense.

Oh, and the whole hallucinatory ghost bit just doesn't fit the tone of the story. At all. This story can't decide what genre it wants to be.

Again, if you want something quick and light, this might fit the bill. Didn't work for me.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Fanstastic book
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it kept me busy (ha ha) for hours. Will definitely look for more by this author.
Published 7 months ago by BevHarro
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun, fun, fun!
This story was so much fun. Dana's writing is honest and enjoyable. Can't wait to read some of her other titles.
Published 7 months ago by ULV2005
3.0 out of 5 stars Devil Moon
Dana Taylor shows a great sense of humor in her writing. Devil Moon seems to fit right in with most romance novels, with a splash of mysticism and action.
Published 8 months ago by Chris
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny, a good read on the plane
I read this one on the plane a while back and forgot to write a review until now.

I liked that it was fast-paced, funny and light. It was a really enjoyable read. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Cheap and Cheerful
4.0 out of 5 stars emotional drama
An emotional roller coaster. The things I "liked" were the Granny and Mystic Moon angles. And the flirty character interaction.
Published 20 months ago by PJ Port
4.0 out of 5 stars I liked it
This is the first book I have read by Dana Taylor. I am happy I read it. The beginning was not my style and I stopped reading. Read more
Published 21 months ago by Klplmc
4.0 out of 5 stars Devil Moon
Devil Moon is a good, light hearted book. The characters are fun, moral people and there are some good lessons about relationships.
Published 22 months ago by Miss g
3.0 out of 5 stars Crazy things happen when you drink
So this book was an OK story, but had some elements that bothered me. SPOILER ALERT - Is it supposed to be OK to get drunk, wonder down to the lake and pass out only to have... Read more
Published 22 months ago by amh277
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable!
This was a new author for me and I very much enjoyed the book. It was light and funny and what I call a pretty fast read. I would certainly read more of the authors books
Published on September 13, 2012 by Theresa Bu
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed - Didn't finish
I'm afraid that I was disappointed by this book. In fact, I couldn't even make myself finish it. I thought that both the main characters were too shallow (for me) to find any way... Read more
Published on August 15, 2012 by Flamesprite
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More About the Author

Dana Taylor writes books with a mystical touch. Born and raised in California, she attended the University of Redlands and received her B.A. with a theatre major. Her senior year sent her to Oklahoma for a theatre internship, which resulted in a whirlwind courtship and a long marriage. Her two romantic comedies, AIN'T LOVE GRAND? and DEVIL MOON: A MYSTIC ROMANCE (A Movers and Shakers List Title) are set in America's heartland. Opposites attract, loveable characters, and a good dose of laughter. Through the years, she and her husband raised two daughters and numerous animals, with varying results. A dog ate a hamster and the iguana escaped a homemade cage. One rabbit proved it could consume a remote with no ill effects (except to the remote.)The daughters turned out fine.

Her imagination led her to writing romantic adventures, also with a good dose of comedy. ROYAL REBEL began as a Romance Writer's of America contest piece and grew into a full blown, spirited twist on the Robin Hood tale. PROUD HEART (summer 2014) centers on Rosa Dominguez, a Hispanic heroine inspired by Dana's grandmother. After losing her family to violence in Mexico, Rosa courageously joins the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889. The CHARMIN' WARRIOR, hero, Jaguar Jack, has a psychic bent that grew from Ms. Taylor's interest in paranormal and metaphysical matters.

Nowadays when she isn't writing, she is often giving Reiki energy healing treatments. Her interest began with the charismatic spiritual movement and led to the study of healing modalities. She is a Reiki Master in Southern California. Her non-fiction book EVER-FLOWING STREAMS: TAPPING INTO HEALING ENERGY chronicles her spiritual journey into alternative healing. She explores spirituality, energy healing, and wonder at her blog
And in all her spare time, she serves as President of the Board of the La Mirada Symphony Association.

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