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Sunlight Moonlight [Mass Market Paperback]

Amanda Ashley
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Format:Mass Market Paperback
Sunlight is the first book in the anthology, Moonlight is the second. If you like Rebecca Flanders or other authors that do contemporary sci-fis with aliens you'll love Sunlight. The heroine is a soft-hearted author who meets the hero in an abandonned house. He has crash landed on Earth and is in danger from US gov't officials. He is lonely and calls her to him telepathicly, and they become involved. Great love story. The second book starts in ancient Greece with the story of a young boy raised as a sacrifice to the Gods. When he is left at the temple the "Goddess" decides not to kill him and turns him into a vampire then abandons him. He destroys the temple and trys to visits his love but she doesn't accept him in his changed state. He watchs her grow old and die then leaves his homeland to wander the earth. The story picks up again in present day California where he is an antiques merchant. A young woman falls in love with him and he decides to allow himself to try love again. (This second book would have been better if the author had called upon more of her knowledge of history - Madeline Baker [another pen name] usually great historical writer!)
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This was my 2nd Amanda Ashley book. The first was such a disappointment, I almost didn't read this book, but I had purchased them at the same time. Sunlight seemed heavily borrowed from Starman (movie and TV series), thus lacking much in the way of originality. Lainey didn't impress me, and, while I did rather like Michah, I couldn't get engaged in the plot (which included a rather bizarre evil scientist, and characters that didn't really 'fit'.) I ended up skipping to the end without feeling I missed much in the middle. Moonlight, on the the other, started off quite well - the birthing of the vampire was novel to me. 2000 years later, however, the contemporary story was rather pedestrian, mared by Andrianne naivete, and Navarre's goodness. (None of the torment of Buffy's Angel, for example) I did, however manage to read this through.
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5.0 out of 5 stars THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS!!!!! Aug. 13 1998
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The reviewer from Herdon, VA wrights a very discripe review, so I will just say that THIS IS A GREAT BOOK!!! The Charecters seem to come to life in vivid form. I didn't want either story to end. I have read all but her 1st book and I think that this book and a Darker Dream are her best, as Amanda Ashley. This book will have you laughing, crying, and longing over and over again. The discription of feelings, people and places makes you feel as if you are there. IF YOU WEREN'T HOOKED BEFORE YOU WILL BE NOW!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful book Feb. 7 2000
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This is a great book. The plot is good and there is plenty of romance. There is a very warm and light story in "Sunlight" with a kind and sweet hero and there is a darker more serious story in "Moonlight" which deals with sadness and loneliness. Both stories are toching and romantic. If you don`t cry at the end of part 1 in "Moonlight" you most have a heart of stone because that is such a bittersweet scene.
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