MOONLIT KISS by Amy McKinley

Release Date: June 1


When artist and conservator Gianna Bellini lands a dream job in Venice to restore and complete a century-old fresco painting, she packs her bags and hops the first flight to Italy. But as she walks the cobbled streets with eerie familiarity, she comes to the revelation that she has been to the floating city before—just not in this lifetime.

Handsome Venetian native Sergio Vitale rescues Gianna from a chilling plunge after a misstep at a canal-side café. As their budding relationship deepens, so does her progress on the restoration job—except the fresco painting’s missing a panel. She turns to Sergio for help. The closer they get to discovering the unfinished design, the more Gianna is tormented by vivid dreams and haunting whispers where century-old Venetians have met their end. 

In a city where the past and present walk hand in hand, Gianna struggles against destiny while Sergio fights for a future that includes her in it.

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Meet Amy McKinley

Amy McKinley
 is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the romantic suspense thriller
Gray Ghost Novels, Moonlit Destination series, Deadly Isles Special Ops, Five Fates paranormal romance series, and several stand-alone titles.

Her edge-of-your-seat books are filled with surprising twists and just the right amount of heat and danger. 

She lives in Illinois with her husband, two daughters, two sons, and three mischievous cats. 

You can find her at www.AmyMcKinley.com

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