Reviews: The Moon Casts a Spell
“The beautiful and mysterious cover of ‘The Moon casts a spell’ perfectly illustrates the events of this subtle book, the fourth episode of Rebecca Lochlann’s powerful love story, ‘The Child of the Erinyes’. Three lovers reincarnate, drawn together by the emotional tangle that binds them. Unfortunately, hatred sustains another protagonist who pursues the lovers across the centuries, bringing destruction and death.” Mary Josefina Cade, author of The Bermondsey Grail, and other stories.
“Superbly written with compelling characters, this novella is my favorite, so far, in The Child of Erinyes series.” J. S. Colley, author of The Halo Revelations.
“Everybody who read my review on Child of Erinyes The Bronze Age Collection knows just how much I love these characters so I’m not even going there, apart from saying that they continue pretty much alive in “The Moon Casts a Spell”, their capacity to love just as endearing and some of their actions or inactions just as infuriating as ever.
And I keep hoping…oh how I hope…
I find this ability to actually feel strong emotions for these characters such a wonderful thing since it happens rarely when I read new authors.” Amazon reader
Posted on October 15, 2014, in Reviews: The Moon Casts a Spell and tagged Amazon reviews, child of the erinyes, heroes and heroines, historical fantasy, lochlann, love story, reviews, scotland, series, victorian. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.