The Trouble With Moonlight

The Trouble With Moonlight

Book - 2008
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In the midst of a moonlit safe-cracking mission, British spy James Locke witnesses a ruby necklace spirited away as if by conjurer's trick. Following the jewels leads him to Lusinda Havershaw, who's inherited the talent of turning invisible in the moonlight--at least, the parts of her that are unclothed. Locke trains Lusinda in espionage, even while he finds her close proximity bewitchingly distracting. And as their mission to track Russian spies grows treacherous, they'll find that the heart behaves even more mysteriously than Lusinda in the moonlight.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Pub. Group, c2008
Edition: Berkley Sensation mass-market ed. --
ISBN: 9780425221983
Branch Call Number: PB MacMe 6939
Characteristics: 291 p


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Mar 19, 2011

I found the plot, dialogue and romance to be quite weak in this book. Also I thought it was quite short in pages. It could have been really good - the plot sounded great from the synopsis on the back of the book, but the idea was far better than the actual story.

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