Review of “Faith and Moonlight” by Mark Gelineau and Joe King



Roan and Kay are orphans.

A fire destroys their old life, but they have one chance to enter the School of Faith.

They are given one month to pass the entry trials, but as Roan excels and Kay fails, their devotion to each other is put to the test.

They swore they would face everything together, but when the stakes are losing the life they’ve always dreamed of, what will they do to stay together?

What won’t they do?


I loved this one so much! Roan is absolutely amazing! He embodies the perfect definition of a hero for a novel. He is strong, confident and protective, but has a softer side to him as well that I found very appealing.

Kay is quite the opposite. She is a very sweet, demur and quiet girl who tends to keep to herself. She’s not much of a fighter, but she has an incredible drive to do what is necessary to stay by Roan’s side.

Although I have enjoyed all 4 of the books that I have read so far in this series, this one is definitely one of my favorite ones out of all of them and I cannot wait to see what happens in their story next!

Special thanks to the publisher for approving my request to read this book!

Final Verdict: 5 stars!

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