Kiss the Moon gets a new look
May 13, 2019
Categorised under: Books, New England, Writing Life
Perennial reader favorite Kiss the Moon gets a new look! This standalone romantic suspense novel is set in maple-sugaring season in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, where my youngest brother lives. (I have three brothers and three sisters!)
Lost in the frozen woods of New Hampshire, Penelope Chesnut discovers the wreckage of a small plane. An aviator herself, she sees clues to a conspiracy in the rusted-out remains.
Rumors of her discovery bring Wyatt Sinclair to Cold Spring, determined to put to rest a family scandal and learn what really happened to his legendary uncle, who had disappeared with his adventuress lover years earlier.
As Wyatt and Penelope investigate, old motives are uncovered and new ones created, including a growing attraction between the pair. But when an unknown enemy emerges with a violence rooted in desperation, uncovering the truth will be far less problematic than surviving it.
Kiss the Moon has had some great covers since its debut in 2000, but I think this new one is my favorite. What do you think? Fun fact: the original cover that’s online actually wasn’t published in the U.S. with the plane (I didn’t like the plane!).
I’ll be giving away a signed paperback copy on Facebook this week!