Review: Sabine by Moira Rogers

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Review: Sabine by Moira Rogers
Book Info

Released: May 3, 2011
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 68


This was my first exposure to Moira Rogers. I’ll confess the covers are what attracted me to get it. I think they look so cool and sexy (yes, even though it’s only a girl!). So, in the good sense of judging a book by its cover, and even though this is EXTREMELY short, it delivered a pretty good story.

Lets go back in time to kings, and courts, and wars. Ciar was Prince, and he was madly in love with Sabine, but she wasn’t of royal blood, and his mom didn’t approve of her. Ciar has to leave to go to play his role in the war and is gone for years, thinking he will return and make Sabine his mate.

Except he comes back to a castle where no one remembers who Sabine is. Using his instincts he tracks her to a rundown hut where she lives isolated to find that his mother had a witch put a spell on Sabine. Whoever she touches will forget about ever seeing her or knowing her.

This a story of true love and fighting to make it work. Even through the impossible. There’s enough steam in it to keep it interesting but it served the story in every occassion. And what is more heartbreaking than the man you love to not know who you are.

I’m very curious to read Kisri next!

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  1. I’m always looking for new authors. This is one I’ll be adding to my TBR list. And I agree with you…the cover is great–even if it’s only a girl! 🙂

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