What can I say? Laura Frantz hits another one out of the park. Why do I love Laura’s books? Her characters are fresh, interesting, non-stereotypical, likable, and completely believable. They aren’t perfect, they aren’t two-dimensional, they are deep, rounded, and fascinating. Her settings are vivid. You journey with her characters, walking with them, seeing and touching and smelling what’s all around them. You don’t read one of Laura’s books, you experience it. I can’t quite put “A Moonbow Night” above my ultimate favorite of hers, “Courting Morrow Little.” But it’s close. Very close. Read it.
A Moonbow Night