Moonlit Mirage: A Cook Islands Romance (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Karyn Taylor

Moonlit Mirage - A Cook Islands Romance (Moonlit Destination Series)Moonlit Mirage – A Cook Islands Romance by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Moonlit Mirage – A Cook Islands Romance is the first in a new Moonlit Destination series by the amazing Amy McKinley. I have become a huge fan of Amy McKinley, in particular her Gray Ghost series so did not hesitate to jump headfirst into this book. To my great delight I discovered it has a crossover to the Gray Ghost series with Hannah and Jack making an appearance.
This book is a novella so doesn’t go into the great depth that a typical Amy McKinley book will take you but she still managed to write a suspenseful story that gripped me straight away and kept me glued to the very end a few hours later. I did not put this book down until the very end.
The book has a very exciting start with Nadia helping Cade Malone escape from his car when he was driven off the road into a river. However Nadia slipped off as soon as she released Cade and he always wondered why she had done that. The events of that fateful night never left the 2 of them so when they met several years later they were drawn straight to each other.
In typical Amy McKinley style you just know that there is so much in both of their pasts that will both put them at danger and also blow apart any relationship that they might have forged with each other and this is no different. It’s filled with excitement, danger and romance. What more could you ask for?
If this novella is any indication of the series that will develop from this story then I can’t wait to see what delights Amy McKinley has in store. I, for one, will definitely be reading.

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