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After witnessing her husband's brutal murder, Megan retreats to a tiny Oklahoma village where she hopes to rebuild her life. But now it is not just her own memories that haunt her: Ghosts and memories of the people who dwelt on the same land in the 1800s complicate her emotional recovery. And real life isn't much fun either, with the local police knocking down her door in the dead of night . . . .
First published by Harper Monogram in 1995, The Covenant is a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award nominee, RWA Rita winner, and Holt Medallion finalist. This story mingles past and present, ghosts and the wounded living, in a compelling drama of danger and love and, ultimately, the triumph of the human spirit.
"Marvelous entertainment, The Covenant is enthralling reading that will take the reader deep into a world of past tragedy, dark secrets and undying love."
"This is a good example of what a "romance novel" really should be, in my opinion: a good novel on its own that has a solid romance story as a significant thread, as opposed to a contrived romance that drives the plot willy nilly (which I've seen too often elsewhere). Definitely worthy of reprinting."
by Modean Moon
Dr. Anne Locke has saved countless lives in her inner-city practice -- and wounded her own spirit in the process. Moving to a small Oklahoma town to restore the Victorian house she has just bought seems like the perfect change of pace.
But her newfound peace is threatened by forces she cannot understand when she and her unwilling new neighbor, a burned-out Dallas cop, discover in a sealed room at the top of her house the skeleton of a centuries-dead warrior arranged for ceremonial burial with his grave-goods around him.
Valuable grave-goods: priceless artifacts that someone wants to steal, and something will protect to the death...and beyond....
This National Readers' Choice Award Winner and nominee for Romantic Times Magazine's Reviewers Choice Award was first published by Harper Monogram in 1996.
"Fans of the supernatural are in for a very special treat. A Little Peace and Quiet is a novel guaranteed to raise goose bumps and deliver sensational suspense. Author Modean Moon's best book yet!"
Evermore by Modean Moon
The Oklahoma mansion was built by a man mourning his beloved. It is a beautiful monument to their devotion; and for Elizabeth Richards, it seems the perfect place to begin again after the death of her grandmother.
But when she arrives, she feels an eerie certainty that she has been here before...and that her recent dreams of star-crossed lovers were not really dreams at all....
She realizes that she is tied inescapably to the past, and that her future depends on finding a way to heal a ghost's broken heart.
A nominee for Romantic Times Magazine's Reviewers' Choice Award, Evermore was first published by Warner Books in 1993.
"Beguiling...a story of choices, passion, and healing that spans two lifetimes."
"Haunting and provocative...a powerful love story."
"Unforgettable...one of the most innovative and endearing stories Iíve ever read."
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