Grey came to the Camargue region as a journalist where he met and married a local Romany woman. When she left him and their daughter five years earlier, he was devastated. Picking up the pieces of his shattered dreams, he now must deal with a traumatized daughter who fears the horses she once loved.
Camargue and its people come to life on the page as Luanne Rice once again draws the reader right into the midst of the drama. Susannah is a woman living with guilt and remorse, punishing herself for not being with her mother at the time she needed most. She has gone from a confident and successful anthropologist to a fragile and uncertain woman. When she meets the handsome and tortured hero, Grey, the attraction is readily apparent from the beginning, though both are wary of starting something. Grey is a strong hero with a little too much on his plate, searching for something he didn’t know was missing until he met Susannah. And Susannah finds a missing part of herself in Camargue and her relationship with Grey, his daughter and the people of the region. I could really feel an emotional connection to the characters and suffered along with them. LIGHT OF THE MOON is a multi-layered story with a cast of memorable characters, secrets, and a thought provoking storyline.