Sam, a newly appointed college professor, has many secrets about his past life. He’s managed to elude his past until a student shows up to his class, bringing memories and questions about why Sam’s shunned his mysterious moonlit powers. Meanwhile, Kayla, a young girl abducted by a witch at two years old, is discovering that the world is much bigger than her greenhouse and her “second mom” may not always be right. In another part of the world, a Hollywood screenwriter, Dall, finds a strange psychic woman on the beach and is drawn to her, taking her home. All of these lives are connected by one person, and their journeys weave an intricate tapestry both mystical and mysterious. 


This is the second book from Lisa’s “Sam The Night Person” series. But you can also read this book as a stand-alone. The book is a really nice read. Lisa has an interesting way in developing her stories. There was enough magic and supernatural in the book to keep you interested, but not so much as to take over the plot or the characters. The characters are quiet believable and their relationships and interaction with each other are complicated and ever changing and that’s what keeps you going faster towards the end of the book to see how it all turned out!

Full Moon in December is an intriguing read!


Thanks Lisa for giving me this opportunity to read and review this book.