Hindsight is 20/20

I was fortunate enough to get an advance copy of Jennifer McQuiston’s novel Moonlight on My Mind as an Avon Addict alumna. While the book is well-written, some of the plot points stretch one’s suspension of disbelief a bit much. For example, nobody who knows me and my  poor vision would ever believe I could identify someone at a distance.

That being said, the character development of the non-20/20 heroine, Julianne, is nicely done. She grows up before our eyes yet still retains her drama queen edge.  Having a veterinarian as a hero is an unusual touch, and Patrick’s persona is a nice contrast with Julianne and the rest of his family and friends.



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