Olivia Fifield is an archeologist whose
grandfather was discredited after his last discovery — a
mysterious civilization — was declared a fraud. Olivia sets
out to redeem the Fifield name and to gain both respect and
status among her peers. When the amethyst and silver
jewelry her grandfather bequeathed to her proves to be the
gateway to an unknown world, called T’ar Tal, she confronts
a different challenge.
Tor and Dak are handsome T’ar Tal
warriors determined to convince Olivia to remain with them
on their world. This may prove difficult considering the
fact that Olivia views herself as a scientist first and a
woman last. But the woman in Olivia fails to be suppressed
when tempted with this type of hot masculine enticement.
If she decides to accept the pair as her partners and T’ar
Tal, there will be no turning back.
I am a fan of stories involving lost
civilizations and strange new worlds, so Amethyst Moon
was the perfect fit for me. Ms. Walters added the right
amount of details about Olivia and T’ar Tal without clogging
up the story. Dak and Tor are solid, assertive men who
respect Olivia’s limits. The love scenes are scorching
while still illustrating an emotional connection.
Amethyst Moon’s continuity vividly flows from scene
to scene without missing a beat. I would have liked for
Olivia to experience more danger and action but in the real
world, archaeologists do not get all the fictional thrills
of say, Dr. Indiana Jones. Ms. Walters kept me grounded in
reality while effectively delivering a strong story with
nicely developed characters, paranormal elements and lots of