Drawing down the moon dating review
Ricky and Kada are a study in contrasts, but they come together in the most intriguing of scenarios.You’ll keep turning the pages needing to know the answer to what is perhaps the most compelling question to arise from the story…could eith When Ricky crosses paths with Kada in Joe Clifford Faust’s "Drawing Down The Moon", what ensues is a deliciously engrossing story that is part romantic comedy; part hybrid thriller.The why's of what happened kept you reading as the author kept it just beyond understanding until the end. This author has earned my following and I will look for more of his writing.Anyone who enjoys a mixture of mystery, religion, murder, philosophy, and very light romance, oh, and some comedy would enjoy this book.I probably would not have picked it up if I did not know the author.
I enjoyed all the plot twists but it was Ricky that sold me on the book. Joe Clifford Faust is an American author best known for his seven science fiction novels primarily written during the 1980s and 1990s, including A Death of Honor, The Company Man, the Angel's Luck Trilogy (all published by Del Rey Books), and the satirical Pembroke Hall novels (published by Bantam Spectra).There were a few editing things that could be improved but the story itself was great and I definitely recommend it.Ready for a road trip with a witch and a weatherman?Their meeting sparks a series of events including bar fights, murder, car chases and hit men.Richard Gold has stumbled on a criminal conspiracy and a mysterious woman that will change his previously unremarkable life forever.