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Publisher: HarperTorch
Release Date: 11/25/2003
ISBN: 006108445X
Format Reviewed: Paperback
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Genre: Contemporary Romance
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Suzie Housley
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Chase the Moon
By Sharon Sala writing as Dinah McCall

Deep in the forgotten Kentucky hills, a dark world exists, one that contains the secrets of a murder . . .

    Jake Barette is determined to find the person responsible for killing his twin brother. His journey leads him to a rural backwoods commune, run by Elijah Moon, who has formed a religious cult known as New Zion. Among his followers are his family and friends, who have joined together to shut out the corruption of the modern world.

     Gracie Moon is Elijah’s daughter. She doesn’t share her father’s strong religious belief that insists they shut out the outside world. A newcomer to their community intrigues her, and she initially sees him as a way to escape the lifestyle forced on her. As time goes by, however, they fall in love. But will that love be strong enough to survive a terrible secret?

    With every new Sharon Sala book, I am more convinced that this author is a rare gem. Her smoothly polished writing style allows the reader to feel the depth of emotion her characters feel. Chase the Moon is a book I will be proud to add to my collection. No other author has ever left me with the sense of satisfaction I feel after reading one of her books. She is a true legend in the romance industry. Very highly recommended.