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MOON DANCER
A short novelette in the fantasy world of BENEATH THE THIRTEEN MOONS
AND
THE DISENCHANTED LOVER
A short story from the RELICS OF MERLIN series
MOON DANCER
On the landless planet of Sea Forest...
Tarov is a skilled dancer, wielding the deadly instruments crafted
from the bones of a sea monster. Henel has stolen Tarov's man in
the past, and now seems intent on not only taking Tarov's place as
lead dancer, but her new lover too. Will Tarov lose everything to
treachery? Or will the magic of Sea Forest help her find happiness?

THE DISENCHANTED LOVER
In a Victorian London where magic has never died...
When Lady Rose Cheevers impulsively casts a spell and brings her
husband back from the grave, she's horrified to discover he's not
the angel she thought. When she seeks out the roguish thief, Mister
Drake Pann, to help rid her of the demon, she discovers a new
passion for love that may have everything to do with
enchantment...or nothing at all.
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"In Moon Dancer, Ms. Kennedy returns to the erotic, verdant world she
created in her novel Beneath The Thirteen Moons. She is clearly comfortable
returning to this setting as she easily slips the reader into the aquatic planet
whose inhabitants worship the sea and live in massive trees. The result is a
crisply told tale of love, jealousy and betrayal unfolding in a troupe of moon
dancers, skilled performers of a beautiful and potentially deadly art form. Of
course our heroine Tarov gets her man, but will she lose her identity in the
process? Moon Dancer is one part sci-fi thriller, one part love story and one
part Shakespearian drama, all wrapped tightly into a dense yet easy to read
short story."
--David Benz, Edgar-nominated author
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MOON DANCER: