Chase the Moon
Sharon Sala writing as Dinah McCall
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Chase the Moon

Sharon Sala writing as Dinah McCall
352 pages
October 1997
rated 5 of 5 possible stars

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Romance author Sharon Sala writes under the pen name Dinah McCall and delivers a thrilling and suspenseful romance, Chase The Moon. Jake Baretta has received shocking news. His identical twin, John, has been killed in rural Kentucky where he was working undercover at a remote compound. The compound appears to be a religious group, but at its core is a dangerous and illegal militia. Just as John was making real progress in his undercover mission, a ruthless killer squelched his life. Now that John is dead, Jake has a new mission Ė to find out who killed John and to avenge Johnís death, no matter the cost.

Jake is on the warpath and arrives in rural Kentucky at the compound. Being Johnís identical twin and due to the fact that no one at the compound has knowledge of Johnís death, Jake easily assumes the undercover identity that John was using. As Jake carefully melds into life in the compound, he stumbles upon Gracie Moon. Gracie is a beautiful single woman in her mid-twenties. Jake does certainly not miss Gracieís long raven hair, shimmering dark brown eyes and slender figure. However, Gracieís gentle nature and kindness are what touches Jakeís heart Ė along with an undeniable knowledge that Gracie was a friend of Johnís and that Gracie appears to be unaware of the illegal activities taking place at the compound.

Gracieís senses stir whenever Jake is around her, and he is more exciting and sensuous than any man that Gracie has ever known. However, Gracie realizes that his purpose is finding a killer on the compound and not to fall in love with her. Nevertheless, Jake and Gracie feel a pull toward each other that neither can nor wants to deny. Chase The Moon is romantic and full of suspense.

Originally published on Curled Up With A Good Book at © Shannon I. Bigham, 2004

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