Once in a Blue Moon Some horrors can never be overcome or so believes Olivia Bond, a kidnap victim who has been the pampered courtesan of a New Orleans bordello owner until she escapes. Noah LeCroix, scarred in body and spirit, has his own reasons for hiding out in the Illinois swamp where he rescues Olivia. In the process of healing and recovery, Noah and Olivia become the means for each other's salvation in Blue Moon by Jill Marie Landis (Jove, $6.99, 051512527X).

Before Olivia can be totally free of her past, however, she must come face to face with it. And Noah's rescue this time may not be enough. Landis powerfully delivers her gift for bringing renewal to deeply wounded lives in Blue Moon.

Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and lakeside near Nevis, Minnesota. She is online at SHuseby@aol.com.

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