A Moonbow Night,
This review is from: A Moonbow Night (Kindle Edition)
A Moonbow Night is the fifth novel I've read now by Laura Frantz, the others being The Mistress of Tall Acre and the three books in The Ballantyne Legacy, and while I liked it a lot this book was, unfortunately, the first one I've not loved of hers.
It took me a long time to get into the story, more than halfway, but once I did I finished the story rather quickly. Sion and Tempe were good characters, but I wish there would have been a little more romance than there was.
The descriptions were beautiful and made me in awe of the people willing to leave in such dangerous places. I had never heard of moonbows before, but I looked them up and think it's such a cool phenomena.
If you enjoy historical fiction, especially set in the late 1700s, you should enjoy this story.
I received a complimentary copy of this book to review. I was asked to give my honest opinion of the book - which I have done.