- File Size: 2757 KB
- Print Length: 314 pages
- Publisher: Donna Taylor; 1 edition (April 10, 2015)
- Publication Date: April 10, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VYXVZ0G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #184,968 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is a first book by Donna Taylor and I really like her writing style. The words and sentences flow and it is very pleasant to read. I also liked Charlotte a lot.
Charlotte has lost her parents and grandmother and she only has her grandfather left. Her grandfather is famous for his moonshine (illegal alcohol) but at the start of the book he decides it is time to quit. He is getting too old.
In the meantime: enter Jase. Jase has returned to town and is immediately attracted to Charlotte. He once saved Charlotte when she was 14 years old and she has had a crush on him ever since. She does not want him to know, so she is rather catty to him. He is not deterred.
The story really takes off after they find her grandfather dead in the woods, murdered. Charlotte knows her grandfather has records of all his sales and vows to find his killer. Jase wants to keep Charlotte safe...
Yes, the story has been done before. It is a mix of romantic suspense and romantic mystery and it is not really that original. But I liked the book, enjoyed the characters and the plot. The romance was believable and a main focus.
I was intrigued by Jase's 'friend' Sawyer and read on the author's website his book will probably be next. Well, count me in as a new fan.
Admittedly, I tend to read (and write) Christian fiction or clean fiction, so "Copper Moon" was a little out of my comfort zone, however, I found myself reaching for the next page of this little jewel and before I knew it, I'd finished the book. The characters are engaging and incredibly realistic - no paper dolls or caricatures in this book; I felt like I'd been swept away to the backwoods of Arkansas and when Jase kisses Charlotte, it was my toes a tinglin' !
Ms. Taylor has long been a supporter of indy and first time authors, and I am thrilled that she is now stretching her own literary wings and receiving the praise she so richly deserves.
The other part was a writer from Arkansas and also a story written in Arkansas, well....I was definitely interested.
Moonshine, country and Jase! Oh boy....Jase.....
This story made me cry, laugh, snort, giggle, and cry some more. Make sure you grab your copy of Copper Moon today to read Charlotte and Jase's story!
this author. Strong women, standing up for family, and fighting the establishment are traits I find in myself and like to see in the heroines in my books. A fast read. A fun book for book clubs to discuss. In relating the story to my hubby and others, I learned that many many families, some of the very fine and respected members of society, made bathtub gin during Prohibition. Go Grandpa! If you are from the Ozarks, the Rockies, the Appalachians, the Smokies, or the hills of Kentucky or Tennessee, you will relate to this book.