|Plot Summary of On the Night of the Seventh Moon|
When Helena Trant leaves for boarding school in Germany, she has no idea that her life is about to be dramatically changed. It begins with a walk through a forest. As she wanders around the trees, and mysterious mist settles on the ground. Unable to find her was out of the forest, she calls for help. A man named "Siegfried" hears her calling and insists she accompanies him back to his lodge. Helena suspects he is trying to seduce her and that night when he knocks on her door as she feared (or possibly hoped?) she realizes she was right. Fortunately, she had locked her door and refused to let him in.
In the morning she is taken back to her school but she cannot forget "Siegfried". When tradgey brings her back to England, she still yearns for her knight in shinning armour who had rescued her from the mists. She waits for something to happen in her life, and when two cousins visting from Germany come to stay with her, she realizes she will never be happy untill she goes back with them and finds out about "Siegfried". They do indeed take her back with them, and when they arrive on the night of the seventh moon, it seems fate decread that Helena was to meet her "Siegfried" again.
"Siegfried" tells her that he is actually named Maximilion, and that he is desparately in love with her. He proposes to her the very next day and for Helena is seems to good to be true. She spends six days of bliss with her Maximilion before her nightmare begins. She wakes up in the morning to a throbbing headake seven days after the night of the seventh moon. Her cousins tell her she was raped seven days before and that she was put under a strong sedative. When she protests that she was married to Maximilion, they tell her she had drempt it all up. She continue to insist she was raped, and when her beloved husband does not come looking for her she begins to doubt. Had she really ever married her dear Maximilion? What had really happened on the night of the seventh moon?
This synopsis report prepared by Shannon
Helena Trant is an errant schoolgirl who finds herself lost in the misty woods while on a school picnic. She is "rescued" in the mist by a man on a horse - her "Sigfried". After an amazing night spent with him in his cabin - her virtue still intact only by the grace of the concerned housekeeper and a heavily bolted door - she finds herself in love with a ghost, pining for the man of her dreams. When he at last reappears, it seems to good to be true, and in many ways, is.
This synopsis report prepared by Stacey B. Martin
An english schoolgirl named Helena is lost in the woods, a man finds her and falls in love with her.His housekeeper stops him from seducing her.She is taken away.The man is obsessed with her and uses his political strings to bring her back to him.He is so besotted he marries her.The problem is is that he's a count that's next in line for the dukedom.He would be in grave danger if his marriage was leaked out.When he goes back to his family someone plots to blow up their marriage cottage.Each think the other is dead.Helena is pregnant and this is a problem.The child is supposedly born dead and Helena goes back to England.
This synopsis report prepared by Myka
Helena Trant meets a mysterious man when she gets lost in the woods. A few years later, she sees this same man again and they get married. He is called away on business, so Helena goes to stay with some relatives. Some people claiming to be her mother's cousins, drug her and try to convince her that she was raped in the forest and that the marriage and her husband were all just a dream induced by the doctor's drugs to cover up the awful truth. Helena then becomes determined to discover the truth.
This synopsis report prepared by Laura J. Miller
|Chapter Analysis of On the Night of the Seventh Moon|
Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Time/era of story
- 19th century
- poor loving rich
- who may or may not be alive
If one lover chases another...
- they alternate
Main Male Character
Sex makes him
- Bulging Muscles
Main Female Character
Effect of sexing
Accounts of torture and death?
- generic/vague references to death/punishment
What % of story is romance related?
How explicit is the sex?
- vague references only
Focus of story
How much dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
How much sexing?
- 3-4 sex acts
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the reviewer(s).
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