Thunder Moon at Eyre Hall is the darkest novel in The Eyre Hall Series, but it also has many exciting, nerve-wracking, and romantic scenes.
Jane and Michael are kidnapped, deprived of their freedom, and forced to escape as outlaws with false identities, for six months.
Fortunately, matters improve in the second half of the novel, although there will be major and surprising changes at Eyre Hall and in the lives of all the main characters.
Readers will witness more lies, betrayal and the revelation of family secrets dating back to the ever-present attic at Thornfield Hall.
Some new, surprising, and engaging characters will appear to become part of the permanent characters in the series. There will be wedding bells, a new and endearing romance, as well as unexpected heartache.
As always, there will be a death, including Mr Isaac das Junot’s unnerving presence and alarming predictions.
Readers who have read the first three novels will not be disappointed in this thrilling, gothic romance and fourth installment to The Eyre Hall Series.
What? You haven’t read Blood Moon, All Hallows and Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall yet?
No worries! I have a fabulous plan for you!
The Eyre Hall Series Volume One, which includes the first three novels plus the novella Resurgam Book #0.5, is available for preorder and will be published on 28th October at a very special price, all four novels in the box set for $2.99!
So there’s no excuse not to binge read them all! Almost 1000 pages of adventure, romance, mystery and gothic thrills set in Victorian England (with a few short trips to colonial Jamaica).
If you have as much fun and angst as I had writing the series, you will be well and truly thrilled to bits! Go on, indulge!
By the way, did I tell you I’ve gone wide? That means Thunder Moon at Eyre Hall is available at most international retailers if you follow this link:
And if you want to preorder Volume One of The Eyre Hall Series, here’s the link:
Happy Wednesday and Happy Reading!