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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2005
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.44 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
#1: Dying to Decorate, A Friday Afternoon Club Mystery SeriesCyndy SalzmannHoward Books / 2005 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 11 Reviews
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Dear Reader, are you ready for more moonstruck madness? Mix a sassy senorita, an incorrigible Don Juan, and a haunted hacienda, and you get page-turning intrigue and romance.
When American social worker Corinne Diaz arrives at a remote mountain village to volunteer at a local orphanage, she thinks it's a slice of Mexican heaven...until Mark Madison shows up. Saved once again from the clink by his brother, the engineer promises to stay sober and fly right.
Battling the kindling chemistry between them, the stubborn opposites are determined to dispel an old superstition threatening the new orphanage. As the dilemma becomes more sinister, things get hotter than a basket of habaneros. Little do Corinne and Mark realize that while they work to save the project-and their lives-the Mexicalli moon is working on them.
Sometimes an added pinch of faith can make just about anything possible!
Enjoy the lift of laugher, Linda Windsor
Stacey5 Stars Out Of 5May 14, 2008StaceyFiesta Moon takes you to a colorful Mexico where haciendas are haunted and superstitions abound. Corinne is an American with Mexican roots who is trying to help a local orphanage and find her biological family. Mark is an American businessman who doesn't put forth much effort to help anyone but himself. Linda Windsor develops these wonderful characters in such a way that you can imagine their pasts unfolding to motivate their current behavior. She weaves the romance throughout the story line - which is easy to do with such a romantic setting - in such a way that it warms the heart. I appreciate that her writing style is "hopeful romance" that avoids leading the reader to experience the disappointment of massive conflict between the romantic leads. This is a sweet, suspenseful love story that will leave you wanting more of these characters and this author.
Vennessa Ng5 Stars Out Of 5June 23, 2005Vennessa NgI knew from the first few pages that I would love this book. Drawn by Linda Windsors beautiful writing, clever wit, and engaging characters, it didnt take long to devour Fiesta Moon. I hadnt read the first of the Moonstruck Series, Paper Moon, but it wasnt necessary and it didnt stop me enjoying this book immensely. A murdered child, ghostly sightings, and Aztec voodoo, all interwoven through this hilarious love story, make this a compelling read. For those in need of romance and humor get Moonstruck!