Temptation by Moonlight

  • by Barbara Goss
  • Narrated by R William James
  • 5 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Pittsburgh, 1900. The mysterious Vanderhorn family hires Nora Bennett as a nurse and companion to her injured, handsome, stepson Alex. Nathan Vanderhorn is drawn to Nora, even though he's betrothed to the socially elite Celeste. Though Nora vies to steer clear of the family problems, a sinister plot pulls her in deeper than she'd ever imagined. Who in this strange household could she trust?
Nathan is forced to run the family steel mill when all he really wants is to become an attorney. Alex wants nothing more than to walk again and run his steel mill. The willful stepmother strives to keep them both from their desires. Both brothers seem to be attracted to Nora. Which brother will she fall in love with?


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So Sweet!

This is a clean and sweet romance. I really enjoyed this story and thought the narrator added so much to this book with his performance.R. William James was able to give the various characters different voices. This story is original and has some unexpected twists. I thought this was one of my favorite books by this author and will definitely listen to it again. There is a wholesomeness about this author's writing and fitting for the time period of her books. My review is not a synopsis of the book, but rather my opinion of it. Certain characters were very endearing in this story and others were despicable. I was provided with this review copy audiobook at no charge and have voluntarily written this review.
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- Jan

A New Favorite!

Alex Vanderhorn was a successful steel mill owner until an accident left him crippled. Now confined to a single room and a creaky wheelchair, he gives up on any hope of walking again. When Nora Bennett is hired as his nurse and aide, she patiently works to break down his anger and tries to make his life a little better each day. But Nora doesn't expect to be tossed into a world of intrigue and suspense. Every day in the Vanderhorn household reveals new glimpses into a dangerous conspiracy.

I think this is my new favorite Barbara Goss book! I just loved Nora, she is so patient yet powerful. She's a strong woman who pictures her life without a man and is happy with it. Whenever Nora discovers a secret or overhears an alarming conversation, she doesn't keep it to herself and worry over it, she takes it straight to the source. It's refreshing to have a heroine do that. Alex was a sweetheart, a tortured hero who just needed a little push to stop feeling sorry for himself.

I really enjoyed the narration, R William James had a deep pleasant voice that he lightened for the female voices. I received a copy of the audiobook, and I'm voluntarily leaving a review.
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- HeatherY

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-26-2017
  • Publisher: Barbara A. Goss