Sunday, June 8, 2014

Book Review: Sun & Moon by Lee Strauss

Title: Sun & Moon
Author: Lee Strauss
Publisher: ESB Publishing
Published: January 10, 2014
Links: Amazon / Goodreads / Smashwords / Barnes & Noble

SYNOPSIS: She has a past. He has a secret. 

Katja Stoltz is a risk-taking singer-songwriter, hoping to make it in the indie music scene in Dresden, Germany. Micah Sturm's a brooding uptown banker on a quest. 

Driven to the streets, Katja is picked up by Micah - but he doesn't want what she thinks he does. 

There’s an undeniable attraction between them, a gravitational pull they both struggle to resist. Katja knows she mustn’t fall in love with this handsome enigma. There’s something dark lurking beneath the surface. He could be dangerous. 

And even if her life isn’t on the line, her heart most definitely is. 

MY REVIEW: Katja Stoltz, a down on her luck singer, is looking for a way to keep herself a float without giving up the thing she loves most: her music. 

Micha Sturm has secrets to hide but behind what sometimes comes off as a hard exterior is a man who made mistakes and is dealing with the past as best as he can.

Katja, the sun - is the light - whereas Micha, the moon, is dark. Katja is beautiful, talented, and passionate. Micha is strong, wise, and handsome. Together they bring out the best in one another. One is running to find something more and the other is in search of redemption. 

Sun and Moon, book one of the Minstrel series, is a lovely read. The plot is similar to a foreign Pretty Woman, the setting is beautiful, and the characters are so well defined and thought out you would think you know them. 

Sun and Moon is relaxing beach read, so if you haven't added it to your summer reads list yet, I definitely recommend that you do!

The music for Sun and Moon can be found here (Such great talent!):

Sun and Moon is a five star worthy book. Another great series from Lee Strauss! 

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