Book Cover & Blurb: Moonless NIght

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What would you do if a man was there to help you was also a killer?

Melbourne, Australia – Author Floriminda Edar Reid presents her paranormal romance novel, Moonless Night, for review. Moonless Night is the first book of the trilogy – Moonless. This book is a love story with many twists, trials and tribulations, a fantasy romance of immortals, for young adult and older. Fear, loss, trust, promises, hate and love are among the emotions that strongly bind together the characters of this book. The story takes place in New Zealand, the country Ms. Reid lived for over twenty five years.

Concealed from the dark, the shadow waited outside the Theatre. After a period of time, the shadow moved swiftly away from the building as the two figures walked towards their car. Like a predator, the shadow watched.

The boy studied the girl in front of him. Yes, she was scared of him. Didn’t he hear her heart accelerate? She did not look at him for long but kept her eyes in the ocean. If she was scared, why then were her eyes sad and not petrified? The big rock they were on had concealed them from the passersby and motorists. He could easily crush her and no one would notice until the next day. His smile was feral.

Alana was intrigued of the mysterious young man that spoke briefly and coldly with her. She became obsessed to find out about him, and by the time she thought she knew him – it was too late. She was in the labyrinth with her own pursuit.

About the book:
Moonless Night by Floriminda Edar Reid
ISBN: 978-1-4567-8734-9
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Date of publish: September 2011
Pages: 336
S.R.P.: $15.66

About the author:
Floriminda Edar Reid, an avid reader who writes part time, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce and a Diploma of Professional Novel Writing and Publishing. She works full time in an international company. Moonless Night is her first novel. She and her daughter live in Melbourne, Australia.

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