There in the Moon Mist by Lee Ann Ward

“She could close her eyes and wait for night, the night that only she knew. It lived and breathed and recognized her—the hostage girl—the one in the cult.” Trapped in a cult she’s never believed in, can Lacy Grayson’s courage free herself and her mother from the tyrant who controls their every move? After her…

51KqGhPxtEL._SX373_BO1,204,203,200_“She could close her eyes and wait for night, the night that only she knew. It lived and breathed and recognized her—the hostage girl—the one in the cult.”

Trapped in a cult she’s never believed in, can Lacy Grayson’s courage free herself and her mother from the tyrant who controls their every move? After her father’s death, Lacy is forced to join The Way when her misguided mother moves her into Reverend Way’s commune. Lacy struggles for years to reject his teachings and convince her mother to leave. When Lacy’s marriage arrangement to a fellow cult member is announced, she is more determined to flee-but not without her mother, her only remaining family. Then, Lacy meets Josh Bynes, a non-believer from the outside and her only real chance at freedom…and happiness. Is love strong enough to outsmart a callous leader and protect Lacy from the evils that still await her on the inside? And as two young lovers meet in the moon mist for secrecy, can a jaded mother understand a daughter whose dreams reach beyond their obsessive world?

“There in the Moon Mist–1st Edition was voted #8 by readers in the Preditors & Editors Top Ten Poll for Best New Independently Published Novels in 2007. This new 2015 edition will not disappoint!”

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“Memorable Characters”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Cynthia T.

I typically go for character-driven novels, and There in the Moon Mist did not disappoint. The protagonist, Lacy Grayson, pulled my heartstrings from the start. A number of times I found myself urging her to leave her circumstances behind as though she were my kid sister. Lucas, the boy to whom she was betrothed, is a character I wanted very much to dislike. But in spite of his flaws, I had sympathy for him. The story’s setting made me buy this book, but the various backgrounds and personalities of characters who nonetheless became members of a religious cult made me all the more eager to read it.

About the Author

Lee Ann is an award-winning fiction author with a background in journalism and mass communications. She is also the former Senior Editor of Champagne Books, a digital romance publisher. Her love of books started at the age of three, and she’s been addicted ever since. She’s published six novels and written several more. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, singing, baking designer cakes, bowling and dreaming. She’s married to Joe (who also happens to be her publicist) and they have 4 sons, a spoiled poodle, two cats, and a hockey-loving lab/black-mouth cur mix named Pavol. Never a dull moment!

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