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The Midnight Moon Paperback – July 22, 2014
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Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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Logan? Now that's a character I can get behind. She's got her sh!t together. Completely relatable.
As far as a romance goes, Gerri's got it right with the two protagonists. It's the whole Margot mess that really detracts from the overall believability. Normally I love Gerri's books, but this is a swing and a miss...
The other thing that Gerri does so very well is building up that sexual tension until it reaches a boiling point. She does a masterful job at creating that initial aloofness with Peyton, but as Logan starts to chip away at her resistance, she lets down her guard and realizes what a roll in the hay with Logan might be like. And it's quite the roll in the hay, as usual.
Overall a very enjoyable read with a satisfying, romantic conclusion.
No one else can create the sweet and sexy little romantic fantasies I love like Gerri Hill. On many levels they are perfect in their simplicity. It's the chemistry. The eye contact. The build up and all the sexy sex... no one gets it like Gerri Hill when her leads sizzle. I will never ever tire of watching her uptight little blondes lustfully loosening up and falling madly for her sexy soft butches.
I love these kinds of leads and don't mind that repetition as the GENERAL template for her characters. I just wish she hadn't gotten to the point of cutting and pasting things from previous novels to make up key details and conflicts in new ones. Although still very enjoyable for what it is... this one is very much a hodgepodge of her previous stuff that works. If you haven't recently read Coyote Sky, The Killing Room, and Keepers of the Cave, the repetition may not bother you too much. Having recently read Coyote Sky myself, I found Logan's likeness to Lee just plain blatant. Way too much Coyote Sky here in general. And it's been a couple of years since I read The Killing Room... but Peyton is definitely modeled after Nicole. While still somewhat appealing in their own right, these two are ultimately just an echo of more original characters and some definition and mojo is lost in the cloning.
In this one, pretty 34 yr old blond accountant Peyton Watts has left behind old heartbreaks and a busy work life in Austin, Texas for some mindless peace and relaxation at The Rainbow Island Resort. Here our professional and standoffish little blonde meets the seductive working class Logan Weaver at the pool and Logan just isn't the type to take 'no' for an answer.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gerri Hill always writes good reading books. This was really nice, enjoyed it a lot.Published 1 month ago by Grace Holden
Thoroughly enjoyable romance/ Good character development. I liked and cared about them. And the story kept me involved. What more can you ask for?Published 3 months ago by L. Duchek
I'm a big fan of Gerri Hill and love her books, but I found myself reading through this to just get to the end. The first half of the book was great. Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. L
Little too much repeat drama and circling around honest communication but there are really fun characters even if they are all young and sexy who's that perfect anyway😀LOLPublished 12 months ago by Kerry mooney
This is a fantastic love story. I was hooked with the first chapter and it held my attention throughout the story. I look forward to reading more by this author. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Louise
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This is a hard one to rate, I liked the two characters and their interactions, but the dating other people thing always annoys me, and... Read more
Once again a great read. I especially enjoyed the first part (the vacation part). I also really love seeing characters from other books pop up, it's nice to see what's up with... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gaëlle Cathy