Moonseed Trilogy, Book 3
Genre: paranormal romance
Publisher: Vinspire Publishing, LLC
Date of Publication: July 30, 2015
Number of pages:
Word Count: 91,500
Cover Artist: Elaina Lee/
For the Muse Designs
For the past six months, time-traveler Victoria Ashton has been living life as Katherine Kamarov on a ranch in rural California, circa 1890. A contrast to Katherine’s brash personality, shy and gentle Victoria has won the hearts of Katherine’s family and particularly her cousin Michael. Despite her deepening love for Michael, she has rejected his offer of marriage and sent him away, knowing that she must return to her own time on the night of the new spring moon.
In this third and final book of the series, sinister forces threaten Victoria’s new family, her property, and even her life, testing her for courage and ingenuity. A confident new self emerges, and when Michael unexpectedly walks back into her life, she questions whether she must remain a victim of fate or can find a way to determine her own future.
Meanwhile, Katherine has been living a parallel year of exchange in Victoria’s modern-day life, married to the handsome but remote Ryan Ashton. Hardened by her past, Katherine nevertheless falls for Ryan and, like Victoria, begins to search for a way to defy fate and keep the life she has come to cherish.
As the night of the new spring moon approaches, both women must search their hearts to discover how to hold onto what matters most, even if they should be forced back through the barrier of time.
Judith Ingram weaves together her love of romance and mystery as well as her training as a counselor to create stories and characters for her novels. She is also the author of a Christian guide to forgiving and posts weekly devotionals on the role of forgiveness in healing relationships. She lives with her husband in the San Francisco East Bay and makes frequent trips to beautiful Sonoma County, where many of her fiction characters reside. She confesses a love for chocolate, cheesecake, romantic suspense novels, movies that require three hankies, and all things feline.
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Please welcome Raymond from Judith Ingram's Into the Mist to Diane’s Book Blog.
What is your full name? Do you have a nickname?
My name is Raymond Delacroix. I don’t go by a nickname. Nicknames imply familiarity that lessens one’s stature and influence, don’t you agree?
What is your hair color? Eye color?
My black hair favors my mother’s side of the family. I’m told my silver eyes are my best feature, and I must agree. I’ve used them to advantage when intimidation without speech was called for.
How old are you?
Nearing my fortieth year.
Where were you born? Where have you lived since then? Where do you currently call home?
I was born in Philadelphia in 1862 into a prominent family. If my private ventures succeed, I will make California my new home and establish my own dynasty in this rather primitive but promising society of Sonoma County.
What is your biggest fear?
Fear is a character flaw that I fortunately do not possess.
What is your most treasured possession?
I suppose I most value my keen intellect. I can quickly assess a situation and render bold and incisive judgment. I have little tolerance for people who do not recognize and yield to my superior reason.
Which living person do you most despise?
Without question I despise my father. He inherited the family wealth and title despite his being the weakest of five siblings, only because he was the firstborn. Fortunately my mother, who is possessed of the same intellectual prowess as myself, has stepped into many critical situations to take charge and spare my father public exposure and humiliation.
What is your greatest regret?
Regret is a waste of time. I don’t second-guess my decisions or let other people’s disappointments bother me.
What is the quality you most like in a man/woman?
I admire the man who is bold and decisive, who seizes the opportunity to leave his mark on society. I admire a woman who is physically attractive and knows her proper place. At the very least I expect her to be trained in the finer arts of domesticity and to have some skill in pleasuring a man.
What is your motto?
Make your mark and don’t look back.
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2 signed paperback copies of trilogy bundle Books 1 & 2 with bookmarks
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2 signed paperback copies of Into the Mist with bookmarks
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