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Swallow the Moon by [Jordan, K. A.]
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June called down the moon to find her one true love. A motorcycle from hell dumped Eric on her doorstep.

An accountant for a failing company, June will do anything to find true love. In a Wiccan summoning ceremony, she swallows the moon in an effort to find her soul mate. What she gets is Ohio National Guardsman Eric Macmillan, who owns a cursed Suzuki Hayabusa and two spirits: DEA agent Jake the Snake, and the malevolent Cora Cobra.

Back from Afghanistan, divorced and un-employed, Eric is the third owner of a Suzuki Hayabusa. The other owners are dead, just not departed. He's looking for the artist who created 'Cora's' snake-inspired paint job. When Eric arrives at the scene of Jake's last sting, on a one-of-a-kind motorcycle, all hell breaks loose – someone tries to kill him.

Van Man Go is the world's greatest airbrush artist. He will repaint Eric's Hayabusa, for the usual price. Like Cora Cobra and Jake the Snake, Eric must put his soul up for collateral. Cora and Jake failed to pay their debts, now there is Hell to pay.

Care to take a ride on the Hayabusa from Hell?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2854 KB
  • Print Length: 239 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Icy Road Publishing (11 July 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005CX8OKS
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5.0 out of 5 stars Romance with a kick(stand). 16 February 2017
By Kenneth R. Morris - Published on Amazon.com
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This one starts off as a romance novel, then incorporates paranormal, Wiccan, and demon attributes. The story is set in a small town and the writer is familiar with the setting in real life. That helps so much to keep it genuine. Various Wiccan and Pagan elements are well covered. Then you get the Demon Motorcycle from Hell. The romance starts and sputters in fits almost like a dirty engine, but when it gets humming, oh boy!! I would have liked to see a conclusion of a side story, but it didn't detract from the main. All the characters are well described and believable. It could have gotten sappy at a point or two, yet the author did us justice and kept strong. Great story, kept me up at night, reading.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Book 23 August 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Very Good Book. When I first started reading it, I thought maybe it was not going to be that good. However, after I got into it a little more, it picked up and grabbed your attention. The characters were great and the suspense with the evil ghosts was great. I would have gave it five stars if there would have been more of (SPOILER) on the meth lab and what happened with that. The DEA she called never showed and the ones that things happened to towards the end weren't the only ones in on that. I don't want to say to much and give anything away. I do recommend this book. I will definitely read more of K.A. Jordan.
4.0 out of 5 stars pretty sure like everyone else they think he's one of ... 24 December 2014
By Alicia Huxtable - Published on Amazon.com
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A war vet, a witch, 2 nasty ghosts and 1 motorbike which the 2 ghosts are attached to makes for an interesting read. Throw in a few mystery men who want to kill the war vet.....pretty sure like everyone else they think he's one of the ghosts.
Kept me intrigued.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good read... 6 March 2012
By Sharon Tillotson - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't particularly believe in ghosts, I'm not into rituals that conjure up our wishes, and urban or dark fantasy has never appealed to me. But I had read another story by the author and enjoyed it, so I decided to give Swallow the Moon a try. And I am very glad I did, because it reminded me we have not done books a favor by over-categorizing them. I enjoyed the story for the good read that it was.

June is a down-to-earth accountant. She also happens to be a Wiccan who is tired of waiting for her soulmate to appear. She decides to cast a spell on the full autumn moon to hurry things along. Eric has recently returned from a stint in Afghanistan, to find divorce papers waiting for him. He has an unfulfilling job as a lab rat and not much else. His thoughts go to a happier time in his life when he raced motocross. He turns on his computer and searches for a Suzuki Hayabusa, his dream bike. His eyes fall upon a tricked-up `Busa which has a bit of damage and he goes looking for the talented artist who originally painted it so beautifully. Neither June nor Eric could have imagined the conflicts they had unleashed from the simple human act of looking to fulfill their dreams.

In the end, I couldn't name a category into which to fit Swallow the Moon. It is a hybrid book, a contemporary romance both character and plot driven, with elements of the supernatural. The characters are believable and well wrought, the settings realistically rendered. The author knows returning vets and their inner demons. Bringing outer demons into the equation seemed a natural thing, and gave us one of the coolest bad dudes ever in Van Man Go. The setup for the meeting between our leads was very well done, and set up the engaging plot equally well. A touch of humor here and there completed the appeal of the book.

As for the rituals, I'm thinking that conjuring up a few dreams for myself might be kind of fun...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved the Glimpse into the Wiccan Life and Dealing With Wayward Spirits 9 July 2012
By BrendaJane - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved this book, it was a departure from my usual reading material but it held my interest throughout the story. I was intrigued by Wicca and enjoyed the glimpse into that lifestyle. I also thought that the PTSD was described very effectively as well as life in a dying town. That might sound depressing but the story was far from depressing, it was uplifting and lyrical with its touch of magic but with the malevolent spirits it had its share of conflict. I would recommend it.

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