Bound Spirits, Book 1
The Bloodmoon Curse, Book 2
Crooked House, Book 3
Return to Bloodmoon Manor, Book 4
Reunited, Book 5
Dead Man’s Road and Other Ghostly Tales from Erie County (A Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series Novella Collection)
"Ghosties and ghoulies abound in this book of the paranormal bent. Combining the seemingly difficult genres of gothic romance, inspirational views, and a paranormal twist provide the reader with a different type of book. One that shows that faith in God is always rewarded and that the power of the heart heals all wounds." ~reviewed by Brandy Jones for The Long and the Short of It Reviews http://longandshortreviews.blogspot.com/2007/07/review-bloodmoon-curse.html
"THE BLOODMOON CURSE starts by sending the reader on a rollercoaster of emotions. I felt sadness for Amberlyn's loss of a child, fear for the children of the manor. Trying to feel like she had a place after four miscarriages, Amberlyn who feels responsible, runs from her husband who she believes blames her and his parents who she knows do. She finds herself working at Bloodmoon Manor among a frightened maid, the deformed Katerina, orphaned children and a ghost she realizes is a family curse. This story has many Gothic overtones that make you feel like you are watching midnight horror film. I found myself praying with Amberlyn for strength and aid. This frightening, thrill ride was just what I was looking for and the amazing writing skills of Karen Wiesner pull the reader in this suspenseful story and never let go."
~Tabatha Franc for WRDF http://blog.lyndacoker.net/2009/02/22/wrdf-review-of-the-bloodmoon-curse-by-karen-wiesner.aspx
"This story kept me riveted and turning the pages... The development of the older children was great; I watched them go from totally terrified of anyone and anything in the house to accepting, trusting, and even loving Amberlyn. I felt for the protagonist... I understood her evil, her family intermarriage mental and physical problems... I would give this book a three and half wings for the plot, supporting characters and the fact that [Wiesner] fit a gothic tale in a contemporary setting very well."
~reviewed by Melissa for Classic Romance Revival http://www.classicromancerevival.com/blog/?p=1158
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