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5.0 out of 5 stars A great read
Since Georgia Enright was a little girl, she gave her all to the dance even at the cost of her childhood. After years in the same company, she knows she is talented, but fails to possess that extra magic needed to become a star. Even the dance has grown wary. Georgia decides to take her first vacation since she started dancing. She heads to the home of Laura, her...
Published on 19 Nov. 1998

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2.0 out of 5 stars This is a sweet, slow paced love story.
Although the heroine is sweet, and the farm life described is wonderful, the books starts too slow. In the first 150 pages the hero and herione have only bumped into each other once in a parking lot. There are many references to characters from other books, which was confusing. But the pig is cute!
Published on 4 May 1999


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great read, 19 Nov. 1998
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This review is from: Moon Dance (Enright Family) (Mass Market Paperback)
Since Georgia Enright was a little girl, she gave her all to the dance even at the cost of her childhood. After years in the same company, she knows she is talented, but fails to possess that extra magic needed to become a star. Even the dance has grown wary. Georgia decides to take her first vacation since she started dancing. She heads to the home of Laura, her half-sister, for some needed rest and relaxation.
Georgia falls in love with the serene area and rents Pumpkin Hill to help reenergize her. Her move upsets Laura's adopted brother Matthew, who is jealous of the Enrights and their relationship with Laura. His misgivings do not blind him from becoming attracted to Georgia's elfin charm. Matthew and Georgia fall in love with one another, but before they can find happiness they must remove the dangerous shadow that threatens Laura's life.
Mariah Stewart ends her "Enright" trilogy in high style as she cleverly ties up all the loose ends while bringing back beloved characters from the previous novels. MOONDANCE is a fine love story that pushes the romance into the mainstream arena. This reviewer hopes that Ms. Stewart provides readers with Laura's tale.
Harriet Klausner
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Delicious!!!, 10 May 1999
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This review is from: Moon Dance (Enright Family) (Mass Market Paperback)
This was the perfect ending to the stories about the Enright sisters but you don't have to read the others to enjoy this one. I read it in one sitting. Mariah Stewart gets better with every book and I can't wait for the next one!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MOON DANCE is a book to cherish!, 26 Nov. 1998
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This review is from: Moon Dance (Enright Family) (Mass Market Paperback)
Georgia Enright has come to a turning point in her life--to pursue the profession of a dancer or to move on. Taking leave of the ballet dance troupe she goes to visit her new half-sister Laura at the Bishops's Inn in Maryland.
At Pumpkin Hill, Laura's family's homestead, Georgia runs into Laura's adopted brother Matt, who wants her gone as soon as possible. He feels the Enright's are taking Laura over as far as he is concerned. Matt was adopted and has problems of his own to overcome before he can accept the Enrights into the family. Well, he'd better watch out for the love-bug that the Enright family is so good at spreading around.
Georgia accepts Laura's offer of staying at Pumpkin Hill until she decides what to do with her life. The sparks are flying when Laura finds she would like to teach ballet in the barn, and Matt wants to open his veterinary practice there too. Georgia's family comes to her rescue to help her move into her new digs and give her the loving support she's always known.
As Georgia gets into farm life she finds an adorable little pig has been wrecking the garden. Now she has the little porcine trotting behind her and can't bear to part with little Spammy! And she is starting to feel the same way about Matt too. And I can't blame her!
There are surprises in store for you that you won't want to miss out on, so as soon as you can, order from Amazon Com now, and then settle down for a fantastic read. MOON DANCE is filled with excitement, suspense, and a passionate love story told by a master storyteller who has written her best book yet--it's perfect!
"Reading a book by Mariah Stewart is like coming home, the best place to be! It's the loving arms, the ties that bind, the family traditions, resolving problems, great relationships, and the power of love that makes Ms. Stewart's stories so very special that you just want to hug them.
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2.0 out of 5 stars This is a sweet, slow paced love story., 4 May 1999
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This review is from: Moon Dance (Enright Family) (Mass Market Paperback)
Although the heroine is sweet, and the farm life described is wonderful, the books starts too slow. In the first 150 pages the hero and herione have only bumped into each other once in a parking lot. There are many references to characters from other books, which was confusing. But the pig is cute!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another wonderful journey into the heart, 10 Jan. 1999
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M.S. has created yet another journey that jumps off the page and beckons the reader to come along. She creates a wonderful balance of what life is and what you would like it to become! A great escape filled with all that you might want for yourself.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a wonderful story, 8 Mar. 1999
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While I was reading I couldn't wait to finish. Now that I am done I wish I had read slower. This book was excellent.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SUPERB BOOK I LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!, 9 Mar. 1999
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IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THIS BOOK YET READ IT NOW!!!! I LOVED THIS BOOK AND THIS AUTHOR. THIS BOOK FOLLOWS THE SOME OF THE SAME CHARACTERS FROM DEVLINS LIGHT AND WONDERFUL YOU. PICK THESE UP AND READ THEM ALSO. IF YOU ARE A NORA ROBERTS FAN OR A SUSAN ELIZABETH PHILLIPS FAN YOU WILL LOVE BOOKS BY THIS AUTHOR. THIS BOOK WAS FUNNY, HAPPY, SAD BUT ABOVE ALL ELSE WONDERFUL!!!! I COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN. A FANTASTIC BOOK I HIGHLY RECCOMEND IT!!!!
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