In Jane Toombs' Mountain Moonlight, published by Books We Love, Vala, now a divorcee, and her young son, Davis, arrive in Phoenix, Arizona, intending to hike into Superstition Mountain to follow an old map her son was given by an elderly Apache before he died. Davis believes it's a treasure map. Convinced by a camping outfitter that they need a guide, Vala checks the listIn Jane Toombs' Mountain Moonlight, published by Books We Love, Vala, now a divorcee, and her young son, Davis, arrive in Phoenix, Arizona, intending to hike into Superstition Mountain to follow an old map her son was given by an elderly Apache before he died. Davis believes it's a treasure map. Convinced by a camping outfitter that they need a guide, Vala checks the list on the store's bulletin board, and finds one name crossed out. Perversely she reads it anyway. . Bram Hunter! Even though she left Phoenix with her family when she was sixteen, she's never forgotten him.Which drives her to call the number listed.Bram's planning to leave for a Caribbean vacation in a few days, but he remembers Vala. He has no intention of guiding anyone anywhere right now, but remembers one night long ago, and agrees to meet her....
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Mountain Moonlight Reviews
Esperaba una historia tranquila, pero no tanto. En serio, salvo porque he aprendido que apache es "la palabra del enemigo" y que ellos se llaman a sí mismos "Ndee" (que segun el libro significa "The Dream people", pero según Internet "The People"), el libro no me ha emocionado demasiado. Me ha parecido un tanto "quiero y no puedo": reencuentro de 2 antiguos amores de instituto que en realidad nunca tuvieron nada, busqueda del tesoro que tiene que permanecer escondido, camino espiritual que se resuelve reexaminando tu propio pasado y cosas que habías olvidado (y sueños) y una historia con niño con el que la autora parece por momentos no saber qué hacer y ni siquiera es tan encantador como pretende.Sí, es entretenido, pero le falta es poco más para conseguir una historia que enganche y emocione.
kindle (chic lit) I like to just relax with an easy romance every now and again. This book about a single mom, who takes her young son on a camping trip to find the location marked on a map given to him (the boy) by an old Apache man whom he met before the old man died. They acquired a guide, who was someone the mom had known from her past when she lived Arizona in her youth. A fun story that actually had a lot of good messages to relay. For this reason I am giving it 4 stars, and not because it is a wonderful piece of literature, although well written it is the message I enjoyed.
Very enjoyable read. Apache legends neatly woven into the story. Romantic but also believable . Well written. I have read quite a few of the author's books have enjoyed all of them.It is the kindle version that I have but cannot find it listed here.