“Prisoners to their own broken dreams…

After a daring rescue goes awry, the parched north of India grows too hot for nurse Laine Harkness and her friend Eshana. The women flee to the tropical south…and run headlong into their respective pasts…. Amid cyclones and epidemics, clashing faiths and consequences of the war, will the love of the True Master give hope to these searching hearts?”

Christine Lindsay Captured by MoonlightCAPTURED BY MOONLIGHT, Christine Lindsay’s recently released second novel, is filled with such rich description that the scenes in its 1920s India setting really come alive. The exotic sights, sounds and smells create a vivid and very authentic backdrop for the dual love stories of friends Laine and Eshana.

This isn’t your typical inspirational romance. The story grips from the very start and carries the reader through bigger-than-life cultural challenges, kidnapping, secrets and many dangers… even an encounter with an injured tiger. The likelihood of either woman connecting with the man she loves seems remote.

There’s no slick resolution here, but a deeply satisfying story of God’s remarkable love for those who truly put their trust in Him.

CAPTURED BY MOONLIGHT is a stand-alone sequel to SHADOWED IN SILK, the first book in Christine’s “Twilight of the British Raj” series. Both come highly recommended.


Christine Lindsay

Christine Lindsay

Click here to read Chapter One and Two of Captured by Moonlight


Available now as Kindle ebook, and for pre-order in paperback from



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14 thoughts on “BOOK REVIEW: Christine Lindsay’s CAPTURED BY MOONLIGHT

  1. Judith Robl says:

    You can tell that Christine’s writing is steeped in prayer. Wonderful writer, wonderful books.

  2. Thank you Carol for those very kind words. I’m so glad that you enjoyed Captured by Moonlight. And I hope that it inspired you in your love for Christ and your faith. Blessings.

  3. Hi Carol & Christine –

    This sounds like an exciting book! When you say there’s “no slick resolution,” I’m wondering if there is a resolution or if it has a cliff hanger ending. Could you clarify?

    Susan 🙂

    • Hi Susan, I can tell you that there is definately a resolution by the end of the book. I for one really dislike books that end without tying things up. So no worries on that score. I think Carol means the resolution is not predictable. At least that’s how I see it as the author. But it’s all resolved by end, and I believe readers will be totally satisfied by the ending. Blessings. And excellent question by the way.

  4. Shari Green says:

    This sounds wonderful. The setting and “cultural challenges” really appeal to me. Thanks! 🙂

  5. I purchased Captured by Moonlight immediately, since I’ve read the first in the sequel, Shadowed in Silk, and it was excellent, Christine. I look forward to another good read. Blessings to you…

  6. Darlene says:

    I enjoyed Christine’s first book and this one sounds equally as interesting. Best of luck Christine.

  7. Carol says:

    Thanks to each of you for dropping in today. I’m away from my home computer so I’ve appreciated Christine being on deck to respond to your comments.

  8. cluculzwriter says:

    Christine’s book sounds good! Thanks for sharing. I’ll check it out.

  9. Carol says:

    Thanks, Darlene and Joylene!

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