“Moonrise” by Cassandra King

I wasn’t sure whether I had gotten my hands on a mystery or a romance. Moonrise turned out to be a romance, one aimed at the “middle aged” demographic I am starting to outgrow. It’s a novel about attempting a new start. Taking place in the South, it is told from the viewpoints of three women. The protagonist is a forty-something dietician who stumbled into a career as a TV chef and then got passionately involved with a very high powered media mogul. The other two woman are part of the mogul’s circle of acquaintances, most of whom resent the fact that he remarried precipitously after the accidental death of his wife. It’s all about atmosphere and personality quirks. Enjoy!


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