The Midnight Moon

  • by Gerri Hill
  • Narrated by Abby Craden
  • 6 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It was a fun holiday romance under a moonlit sky. After exchanging passionate nights and only first names, Peyton Watts and Logan Weaver go back to their lives. For Peyton, it’s a return to her steady, conservative social circle and the not unwelcome overtures from attorney Margot Joseph. Meanwhile, Logan’s free spirit is happy again moving with the college crowd. So when fate throws them once more into each other’s paths, it shouldn’t mean a thing....

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This is the kind of romantic mush that just makes me melt. I'm a romantic at heart, and sometimes it's hard for me to decide whether I want to be the one doing the romancing, or the one being romanced. Lucky for me that with lesbian books, I get to be both... at least in my head. What happens when you have a vacation romance that leaves you both wanting more, but neither of you feels like you can push to continue things? You go home and do a lot of remembering of what happened and mourning what might have been. And what happens when you suddenly run in to that holiday crush right in your own city? Well, probably not what Peyton does.
I really liked this book. Logan was able to get Peyton out of her head, while on vacation, and in to the now. And the now apparently included a lot of hot sex for the two of them. The connection was so intense and visceral, that both are still thinking of the other long after they've said goodbye. And with a second chance provided by a surprise meeting, you'd think both would grab on and jump in. After all, that's what they've both been wishing they'd done. But Peyton has issues that hold her back. And make me want to just smack her upside the head. In the end, Peyton has a choice to make, and finally sees exactly what her choices would lead to.
I also liked Abby Craden's narration. She had a definite voice for each character, although there was a slip once or twice that made me go back and listen again to make sure I knew which character was speaking. All in all, a sweet, sexy listen that definitely made my day go by faster.

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- Kalipall

I'm In Love

For the most part I liked this story a lot; in fact I fell totally in love with Logan. Therefore I became utterly confused by the way she kept chasing Peyton the Squish, the weak willed woman who lacked the ovaries to stand up to anyone but Logan. There were of course all the assumptions gone wrong and misunderstandings inherent in romance novels along with decisions that seem to lack coherence. So obviously in my opinion it was the Logan character who made this audiobook; it was her that got this selection five stars from me.
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- Me & My Girls

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-26-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios