Wathalia of Vestia is destined to save her people. She must
travel to the North alone armed with determination. Before
leaving, Wathalia is unable to fulfill her duty by choosing
a mate because her heart and mind are filled with longing
for a man that she has dreamed about but never met. Does he
truly exist? If not, then she must choose an alternative
partner or face being alone.
Wathalia encounters Priam on her journey, she quickly
realizes he is the man from her dreams. They connect and
consummate their passion. Wathalia suspects that Priam is
keeping secrets. Even though he has truly become a part of
her, can she trust him?
reading Violet Moons, the words “sweet” and
“pleasant” kept reappearing in my mind. It’s a
straightforwardly endearing tale of romance and magic.
Wathalia and Priam are charming, accomplished people that
flow together easily while complimenting the story. The
narrative is just as picturesque as the backdrop. Ms. Nash
does a lovely job of taking you across the threshold into
their world. All the ends are tied up smoothly and the HEA
would do justice to any fairy tale, real or imagined. All
in all, this is a big heaping spoonful of classic romance in
a whimsical setting that works out quite well.