Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Dreams of a Raven Moon by Veronica Towers

Title: Dreams of a Raven Moon

Author: Veronica Towers

Publisher: DCL Publications

Published date: February 2009

ISBN: 978-1-921347-85-6

Genre/Theme: Historical

Length: 119 pages


Nathaniel, Viscount Ravenleigh, may be the handsomest man in London for surely he is the most self centered and arrogant. Shannon Masters is the shy near sighted young lady caught in the wrong place at the right time. Her fragile self esteem takes a beating when he accuses her of attempting to trap him into a compromise. When proved wrong, Nathaniel sees himself in less than the usual flattering light and extends himself to make amends to her. Can he mend his ways enough to win the love of a myopic young woman who can see plainly into his soul?

While Dreams of a Raven Moon started out just a bit slowly, it became a very enjoyable read. Heroine Shannon Masters was funny, a bit prudish and smart. Viscount Ravenleigh was a rake with a conscience he never knew he had because he’d never needed to use it. I especially enjoyed the development of Shannon and Ravenleigh as they both grew in the relationship. This story took some twists and turns that I didn’t expect and made the story even more fun to read. Aside from a few typos that distracted me, I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a fun, sexy historical romance. You won’t be disappointed.

Rating: 4 smacks

Heat Level: Spicy

Reviewer: Valerie Mann


  1. Congrats on such a wonderful review Veronica! DCL enjoys having you as one of our top selling authors.

  2. Cover sells the book.
    John is great and sexy. His looks are so enticing and captivating.
    He should grace many more covers.