When schoolteacher Catherine Fane travels to rural Kentucky to fulfill her guardian's last wishes by burying the woman's body near the cabin where she lived years before, she unwittingly stirs a sleepy town into an ugly fervor. Although Catherine wasn't a blood relation, kindly Annie Fane had taken her in after her parents were mysteriously murdered. But the superstitious townsfolk of Camarune used to consider Annie a witch, and they immediately apply the label to Catherine as well, menacing the schoolteacher's plan to stay in the isolated cabin while she tries to make sense of her life. Then she meets Luke DePriest, the area's sexy sheriff, who tries to protect her, all while hunting a thief who's been leaving strange wooden carvings in the place of the goods he steals. When a deranged farmer shoots Catherine in the back, the townsfolk are jolted back to their senses, Luke and Catherine are forced to confront their love for each other, and Catherine finally discovers the long-lost truth of her past...Publisher's Weekly at Amazon.com
I thought this book was very, very good. In fact, it was so good, that I am going to get other Dinah McCall/Sharon Sala books. Dinah McCall/Sharon Sala in now another favorite author for me. I also love her writing and the way she makes the characters come to life. Believe me, if you buy this book, you WON'T be sorry. It is excellent.
This is a rerelease of Dinah McCall Book. Same title. I was disappointed that I had waited for this to be released and to find our I had already read it. It was a very good book the first time.
This is a great quick read for a rainy day or any day--it's like the old McCoy and Hatfield feud but you just get so caught up in this story it is hard to put it down and I caught myself just letting my heart go out to these characters--all of them! What a great story!
As a legacy of hatred erupts in a shattering moment of violence, a dying mother entrusts her newborn daughter to a caring stranger...Now, twenty-five years later, Catherine Fane has come home to Camarune, Kentucy, to bury the woman who raised her, bringing a blood feud to its searing conclusion.
This was a great book, but anything by Dinah McCall is a winner.
An excellent story about a daughter of a forbidden love coming home.... I would highly recommend this book.
Excellent book. Little mystery and a nice romance. I read this book in two days. Great author.
Very good book. A very fast read. A little bit of mystery/romance in one. I enjoyed it.
Loved this book. a wonderful read.
Good action and suspense.
Breathtaking love story. Suspense, mystery, passion, forbidden love - it's all there. Dinah McCall always delivers.
Years ago a girl and a boy from feuding families fall in love. Tragically they are not to be together. The girl gave birth to a baby girl and with her dying breath handed the baby to a "witch" to love and raise as her own. Twenty some odd years later the girl returns to bury her grandma, whom the town claims to be a witch. the girl Catherine takes the town by storm and has a town wake up and face their bigotry and ignorance. A beautiful story.
Supersition and fear had cost a life... will it cost another...the newborn orphaned or will she live to become an adult just to become prey as her Mother had ??
As a legacy of hate erupts a dying mother entrusts her newborn daughter to a stranger. 25 years later Catherine Fane comes home to bury the woman who raised her who the town says was a witch and she is bringing a blood feud to its conclusion.
good story with interesting twists and turns.
The daughter of a forbidden love comes home... too love? too danger?
The daughter of a forbidden love comes home....
This is the story of the daughter of a forbiden love and what happens when she returnes to the mountains of Kentucky. Her parents familys have been fueding for hundreds of years. On her mothers death bed she gives her baby to the woman the townpeople call 'witch'. This is the tale of hate, love lost, and love found.
mystery and romance...great combo!
As a legacy of hatred erupts in a shattering moment of violence, a dying mother entrusts her newborn daughter to a caring stranger...Now, 25 years later, Catherine Fane has come home to Camarune, Ky, to bury the woman who'd raised her, bringing a blood feud to its searing conclusion.