Moonflower Review by E.D.C Johnson

Today’s Book

Title: Moonflower
 About the book: 
 After Josephine Woods’ father dies of cancer, her mother up-roots the two of them and moves to the city. Josie hates her city life, but her teenage issues are of little consequence when they have a car accident and she wakes up in a strange land (reminiscent of Victorian Europe) alone. Lost, with her school backpack as the only connection to her world, Josie struggles to find her way home. She is found by Lucius Conrí, the son of a Marquess, who possesses royal blood and the gift to shift into a wolf’s form at will. Can the kind-hearted Lucius help her find her way while winning her love, or will she fall for Donovan Conrí his older, more serious brother and heir to the Conrí wealth?
About the author:
 EDC Johnson grew up in the Midwest, graduating from Michigan StateUniversity with her BFA in Art Education and her MA in Art Education from Western Michigan University. She currently lives with her husband in Palm Harbor, Florida. Her decade of experience as a public school art teacher has inspired her to write fiction novels that will entice young readers. You may see some of her illustrations in Renee Mallet’s: Fairies, Mermaids, and Other Mystical Creatures. Find more information about EDC Johnson on her Web site www.EDCJohnson.com.




Review:
Moonflower has a great concept and flow! From the beginning, I found myself interested in the book.
The author really intrigued me with her words. Josephine’s father died of cancer, and by that I was completely shocked, and since I am a cancer survivor, I really understood the pain.
 I absolutely love Josephine. She’s really sweet. I loved the fact that Johnson doesn’t try to create perfect characters. They looked so real to me. I loved them and all their flaws.
Usually I don’t like love triangles (actually I don’t like reading about love either), but I really enjoyed the tension in the book. It was so hard to choose between the two brothers… they were complete opposites.
Moonflower is so well-written,  I pictured myself being Josie (we are pretty much the same). One moment I was in my room, and the other in a different world.
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I think there will be a sequel (I’m hoping for one).
Anyways five cats! Woohoo!
 
(Say hello to my cats!)
Hope you have a wonderful day!
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4 thoughts on “Moonflower Review by E.D.C Johnson

  1. Thank you Anila for the lovely review and for having me on your blog. I'm so pleased you liked Moonflower and the sequel should be coming out at the end of summer or early fall.

    Happy Reading!

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