Review: Harvest Moon by Leigh T. Moore

November 23, 2014 Lindsay's reviews, Release Day 0

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review: Harvest Moon by Leigh T. MooreHarvest Moon by Leigh Talbert Moore
Series: Behind the Stars #3
on November 23, 2014
Source: the author
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Prentiss Puckett is certain of three things:
-Graduation is two weeks away.
-Summer only gets hotter in south Mississippi.
-She’s getting a job with air-conditioning.

She did not expect to be kidnapped walking to work.
And she never expected to become a hero.

Red Dawn meets L O S T in this new action-adventure romance from Amazon bestselling author Leigh Talbert Moore.

Harvest Moon is the third part of the serial Behind The Stars. If you haven’t had a chance to read the first two yet, I highly recommend starting at the beginning. This can NOT be read as a standalone. There may be some mild spoilers in my review.

The third part picks up where we left off. Prentiss and Gallatin have a tenuous friendship growing, which is becoming more confusing and unstable. One major difference I noticed in this episode is that the flashbacks are missing. I saw this as being a sign that she’s losing her hold on her past life, no longer lingering, spending more time in the present with Gallatin. Her friends are still relying on her though, and she hasn’t forgotten that.

While this wasn’t my favorite episode, I think that it moved Prentiss forward as a character. It was definitely an important turning point in the story. I did miss the supporting characters in this one though, as they were only seen briefly. I have a pretty good idea what has been going on with Flora, and I’m really itching over the hints that Yolanda dropped that maybe not everything was as it seemed in Prentiss’ perfect life.

I have undoubtedly been left wanting more.



About Leigh Talbert Moore

Leigh Talbert Moore is the author of the popular young adult romantic comedy The Truth About Faking, its companion, The Truth About Letting Go, which is a Top 5 Finalist in the 2013 “Best Indie Book Awards,” sponsored by The Kindle Book Review; the romantic-suspense novel Rouge, which was a Quarter Finalist in the 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards; and the Dragonfly series, a new contemporary YA to new adult romantic saga.

A southern expat and beach bum (and ex-journalist and editor), Leigh lives with her husband and two young children in a landlocked location. To compensate, she conjures new worlds, characters, and situations while playing chauffeur, chaperon, group activity leader, and referee.

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One woman stuck in a house full of boys, I immerse myself in books and save my sanity by reading, writing and blogging. I'll read just about anything, from any genre, and LOVE supporting Indie authors. <3
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