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A Cry at Midnight (Timeswept)
A Cry at Midnight - Timeswept
Author: Victoria Chancellor
ISBN-13: 9780505523006
ISBN-10: 0505523000
Publication Date: 3/1999
Pages: 360
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
A real page turner! Ms. Chancellor's characters become real with her use of humor and emotion in this time travel.
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Suddenly transported to the Old South, 20th-century beauty Randi Galloway found herself employed as governess to widower Jackson Durant's only child, Rose. Randi had never met anyone who stirred her soul like the darkly handsome plantation owner with a determined spirt & a mysterious past. As she struggled with the enormous skirs & absurdly strict mores of antebellum Tennessee, she longed to run her fingers through Jackson's thick, dark hair & taste forever in his kiss. But history told Randi that Rose & Jackson would die in the flood of 1849, & her heard refused to allow that to happen to the sweet child & her stuboorn father, she would not rest until she found a way to save the little girl she loved and the man she desired. For seeing Jackson & Rose together, Randi knew that she had found the one man with whom she could truly share the soft sweet splendor of Tennessee nights.
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Suddenly transported to the Old South, twentieth-century beauty Randi Galloway found herself employed as a governess to widower Jackson Durrant's only child, Rose. Randi had never met anyone who stirred her soul like the darkly handsome plantation owner with a determined spirit and a mysterious past. As she struggled with the enormous skirts and absurdly strict mores of antebellum Tennessee, she longed to run her fingers through Jackson's thick, dark hair and taste forever in his kiss. But history told Randi that Rose and Jackson would die in the flood of 1849, and her heart refused to allow that to happen to the sweet child and her stubborn father, she would not rest until she found a way to save the little girl she loved and the man she desired. For seeing Rose and Jackson together, Randi knew that she had found the one man with whom she could truly share the soft sweet splendor of the Tennessee nights
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Really amazing book, I do suggest to read it.