Things go from bad to horrific when Eshana's family captures her, and she's once again enslaved. Without a way to communicate with her friends, hope dims.
Laine is unaware of her friend's situation, and reports for duty at a medical mission compound in a remote region. The night she arrives, she comes face-to-face with someone from her past.
This love story set in India during the British Colonial period riveted me. The backdrop and cultural details showed the depth of the author's research and enriched the reading experience.
I'm loathe to describe these people as characters. Each one's distinctive personality and dilemma rang true. It seemed more like a biography than a novel.
Captured by Moonlight gets 5 Stars. I loved it!
Disclaimer: I did not receive any payment for this review. I purchased this book for my Kindle with my own hard-earned bucks. :)
Writers and Readers: What new-to-you authors have you discovered lately? What made you enjoy their books?