Albion Moon by M.L. Mastran

Albion Moon by M.L. Mastran
Albion Moon Chronicles. Book 1

Publisher: Champagne Book Group
Genre: Contemporary, Historical, Paranormal, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full Length (178 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid

Evaline needs to find out what happened to her brother Jimmy. As she digs deeper into his disappearance, the search reveals an ancient family secret carried through the bloodline that began centuries ago in the Scottish Highlands.
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As this secret from the old world closes in on Evaline, she also needs answers for her disconcerting feelings toward the mysterious Mason. He not only seems to always know when she is in danger, but he is insistent on protecting her, no matter the cost.

She must also find the answers for all the strange visions and dreams she is having about Jimmy. What does it all mean? Is it connected to the secret closing in on Evaline and friends? As the old world collides with the new, Evaline quickly finds that she must choose to stand and fight or risk losing everything she holds dear.

In Elizabethan Scotland the Mac Griogair clan is forbidden to use their clan name or they will be executed. Members of the clan go far and wide, changing their names to avoid detection. When the ban was lifted in 1774 the main hub of the clan set out to bring the travellers back into the fold, but a lot of them didn’t want to come. The word went out, return or be annihilated.

Evaline (or Eva) returns to her hometown and continues the search for her brother who disappeared. Her investigation has brought all sorts of threats in her direction. The Cowen family own the local diner and she is attracted to one of the brothers, but there is something strange about the whole family. In her dreams she sees a large wolf and believes this has something to do with her brother’s disappearance.

This is a very good tale of deception, mystery and paranormal. A bit weak in the part where Eva won’t tell Mason what is wrong, I know she’s strong willed but she has an inkling of Mason’s true identity and this should ensure that he will believe her and help her.

Other than the above, the story holds together very well. Every detail was visible to me as I read it, especially the food aspect and the Cowen’s house and land. Good read and very enjoyable story.

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