Blue Moon Kathleen s family has just moved to Charleston when she gets a Dear Jane letter from her boyfriend back home But bizarre is the statue of the Civil War soldier in the garden that beckons to her What s

  • Title: Blue Moon
  • Author: Cameron Dokey
  • ISBN: 9780821750117
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kathleen s family has just moved to Charleston when she gets a Dear Jane letter from her boyfriend back home But bizarre is the statue of the Civil War soldier in the garden that beckons to her What she doesn t know is that over a century ago, the curse of a jealous lover turned Chance Davies flesh and blood to stone His only release is the power of true love.

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    About "Cameron Dokey"

    1. Cameron Dokey

      Cameron Dokey is an American author living in Seattle, Washington She has a collection of over 50 old sci fi and horror films Cameron was born in the Central Valley of California Cameron grew up reading classical literature and mythology, perhaps due to her father, Richard, being a teacher of Philosophy, Creative Writing, and Western Literature Cameron has one husband and three cats, and is the author of over a dozen young adult novels Her favorite read is J.R.R Tolkien s trilogy, The Lord of the Rings Her favorite TV show is Buffy the Vampire Slayer When she s not writing, Cameron likes to work in the garden and is learning to quilt.

    594 thoughts on “Blue Moon”

    1. I remember reading this when I was younger, curled up in my bed with the side lamp on and listening to The Cranberries Promises on repeat.The song fit perfectly with it I don t know why, but everytime I hear that song I think of this book.I even read it through the night until I was finished reading it At the time, one of my favourite romances why not I was young I don t know, I might read this again in the future just to relive that moment I had with it It was kind of special.



    2. Another book I read as a tween teen and picked at my memory until I found it as an adult The re readt as good as I remember But I can see why I liked it when I was younger.


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