Thursday, December 12, 2013

LEANN'S REVIEW: Bleu Moon (Caroline Clemens) Bleu Series #2




Title:   Bleu Moon (Bleu Series #2)

Author:  Caroline Clemens

Genre:  Contemporary Literature

Publication Date:  August 30, 2013

Publisher:  Xlibris

Cover Designed By:  Wicked by Design

Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.





This beautiful and compelling story of family and love is surrounded by mystery and intrigue. The blue moon which occurs so infrequently is a picturesque ride to behold by honor and grace as the magnitude of the mission rests upon their shoulders. Olivier continues his Special Forces involvement as he and Brie unite and find out how families come together in a crisis. Do you love Paris? Bleu Moon, the second novel in this duet will take you on a trip through the French countryside and beyond, then back to the streets of Paris with adventure in the city of light and love


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About the Author


I'm from Atlanta, Georgia where I live with my husband, son and twin daughters. I'm writing contemporary stories with faraway destinations, such as Paris, and exploring life in this     global world right along with my characters. A nurse and outdoor enthusiast for many years, I am now in love with music, movies and the written word.  More detailed bio here~


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This book was much better than the first! In fact looking back it might make the first book in this series even better...

I loved the new characters and even more how everything finally tied together. The orginal characters I found more intriguing as they continued to grow and develop. The background from the first book worked well with this book and set the scene nicely.

I was still a bit lost sometimes as to where the author might go, but overall I really enjoyed this book. A much better read and this small series has aged quite nicely.


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