What the Moon Saw

What the Moon Saw When newlywed FBI agent and brilliant linguist Libby Shaw is warned that her death is imminent she ll do anything she can to survive even take mysterious advice to submerge in mineral water of Bedfor

  • Title: What the Moon Saw
  • Author: D.L. Koontz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 307
  • Format: ebook
  • When newlywed FBI agent and brilliant linguist Libby Shaw is warned that her death is imminent, she ll do anything she can to survive even take mysterious advice to submerge in mineral water of Bedford Springs during a full moon Libby finds herself thrust back in time to 1926, where danger and intrigue surround her As Libby tries to adapt to her new life, she finds herseWhen newlywed FBI agent and brilliant linguist Libby Shaw is warned that her death is imminent, she ll do anything she can to survive even take mysterious advice to submerge in mineral water of Bedford Springs during a full moon Libby finds herself thrust back in time to 1926, where danger and intrigue surround her As Libby tries to adapt to her new life, she finds herself oddly drawn to the town sheriff who seems to know her far better than she knows herself Yet he seems eerily familiar and as pieces of a past start surfacing in dreams and visions, Libby seeks out the handsome sheriff for answers, only to find questions.As Libby learns someone is following her to change history, she must join forces with the sheriff to uncover the mystery of their past Will they be thwarted by the master criminal who s determined to destroy them both or will they be able to build a life together after lifetimes of being pulled apart by nefarious forces

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    1 thought on “What the Moon Saw”

    1. Koontz does an excellent job of character development and weaving time travel into a crisscross of romance and double cross shadows. Narrative hops between the past of the 1700's to the present of 2017 and then to 1926. Libby our FBI agent of 2017 builds an independent women's roll in 1926. Healing mineral water is at the source of transporting kindred spirits to their eventual destiny. Author did a great job of letting the reader peak though the blinds but still leaving not being prepared for t [...]

    2. What an interesting and captivating story! Imagine being transported years back in history and having to come to terms with a society so vastly different from what you know. This is the case for Lucy Shaw when she finds herself not in 2016 but 1926 and everything is completely different. She has left a translating job with the FBI to find herself in a society that has few jobs for women, that has few protections for them and that treats the wealthy as gods. Plus, she is dependent on the man who [...]

    3. My Disclaimer, I received a complimentary ARC book, provided by the Publisher and Net Galley. My thanks to them. I am voluntarily providing my honest review. I need to start by saying this is not my normal read. The description given by the publisher enticed me to give this book a try. I found D.L. Koontz to be a very talented writer. I am a history buff and enjoyed those parts of the story. To me it is obvious the author has done her research. Not knowing what was coming next kept my interest. [...]

    4. A lovely romantic read that is full of drama and suspense. The ending is a surprise that you will not see coming.

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