A Tale by Moonlight

This is the first year that Jack Soroka’s band, Awaking the Misery, is playing the local faire. Talia Morgen has seen them play before when her friend, Alec Ronan invited her to come see them a few months ago. The bass player had caught her attention back then. Now they were going to play the same faire where she would be performing her tarot card readings. Maybe she would work up the courage to introduce herself?

Jack had seen Talia when Alec showed him around the faire grounds. She was giving a reading to a local man and was very animated and adorable. He wanted to introduce himself, but the band had an emergency, and he was called back. He looked forward to meeting her in a few days when the band had their first gig; she hadn’t left his mind.

Someone else had other plans. Alec shows up dead in the middle of the faire grounds, displayed like the hanged man from her tarot cards. Everyone is a suspect, especially her due to the nature of the display. Jack is sure he can sniff out the culprit but Talia keeps showing up wherever he goes. He is drawn to her, and she’s drawn to him. They team up to find the murderer – him to keep her safe and her to clear her name.

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Published by Shanna Robillard

Wife to a northern man, mother to a four-legged beastie, and a lover of crystals and gems, vampires, fantasy, and creating stories! Shanna Robillard is the author of Beyond the Shadows, SpellCast from Darkness, and Against the Coming Dark (the Beyond the Shadows trilogy), as well as A Tale by Moonlight and The Seven Lives of May Levesque.

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