This third book of the Border series
focuses on Simon Murray, a gruff man who is now the head of
his clan. Years before, he was left at the altar by Lady
Sibylla Cavers, and he swore to never forgive her. When he
helps her rescue a couple of drowning children, both of them
realize that things have changed since that ill-fated day.
I was looking forward to Border Moonlight
and it didnít disappoint. We finally get to see Simon for
the man he is, not just the scary older brother of Meg and
Amy (whom we met in the previous two novels). And Lady
Sibylla is an interesting character herself. Watching the
two clash as they struggle to hide their growing affection
for each other was fun and you canít help but root for them
both. I hope there will be a fourth novel soon.