TWW’s Book Review: Dancing in the Moonlight by RaeAnne Thayne

RaeAnne
Thayne has a special knack of making a story come alive and she does
it again in Dancing In The Moonlight. We’re back with the Daltons, this
time with Jake, or shall I say Dr. Jake Dalton. The Daltons have been
neighbors with the Cruz family for years. Jake and Maggie grew up and
have been through so much together.
However,
things are not okay with Maggie. She’s been hurt and is somewhat
bitter when she gets home. After everything who will want her now. What
she doesn’t realize is that Jake has always been there for her. She
just doesn’t realize it yet. All she remembers is that it’s the Daltons
that destroyed her family and took away her someone really important
to her.
Now home, things are turned upside down. Between her mama and Jake, perhaps she’ll be able to work through her issues.

Dancing in The Moonlight by RaeAnne Thayne deals with a number of
highly sensitive issues including the loss of a loved one,  in a very
caring way so as to not make light of the situation but to face it head
on. What I like about Ms. Thayne’s books is that they are believable.
No drivel or trite story lines here. The characters are actually people
who I would want to get to know.

I think I will be continue to read about the Daltons and can’t wait to see what’s going to happen next. Rating:

Wishing you moments of great reading!

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