Sourcebooks Casablanca, 2014 (2006)
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Reviewed by Wanda Plourde
ora Abbott is not the meek and mild vicar's daughter that everyone sees, and can show her true self now that her adopted parents are dead. She wants to embrace life and live it to the fullest. A strange incident has occurred to push her forward on her journey. A book her birth mother passed down to her at the age of nine has secret writing within its pages that will change Mora's destiny. The book states in a strange way that she might have family elsewhere.
idan Dougal is a large, strapping man and whenever his emotions start to run wild, things around him shake and tremble. He always tells people that the area is prone to earth tremors but he is about to meet someone who will prove him wrong. A small, strong willed, courageous woman surrounded by bandits has Aidan running to her rescue. As he fights them off he ends up injured and the woman now comes to his aid. Mora is the woman Aidan has been awaiting his whole life, but somehow he believes that when she really gets to know him she will run away.
always enjoy a good love story especially when it involves two opposites. Mix it up with a hint of magic and you have me totally hooked. Patricia Rice makes this combination work well with Mora and Aidan, characters who entrap readers right from the start. You will get caught up in the treasure hunt for family history in this sweet story.
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