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Child of Awe
Child of Awe
Author: Kathryn Lynn Davis
Set amidst the wild beauty of the Scotish highlands, CHILD OF AWE resonates with the heartfelt emotion, magnificent characters and rich sense of place that made Too Deep For Tears a national bestseller. — As its center are Archibald Campbell, the powerful, cunning Earl of Argyll-driven by ambition for his family and dedication to his king; Muriel...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780671725501
ISBN-10: 0671725505
Publication Date: 10/1/1990
Pages: 472
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  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Just a note that the review from Vivian does not match this book.

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Set amidst the wild beauty of the Scotish highlands, CHILD OF AWE resonates with the heartfelt emotion, magnificent characters and rich sense of place that made Too Deep For Tears a national bestseller.

As its center are Archibald Campbell, the powerful, cunning Earl of Argyll-driven by ambition for his family and dedication to his king; Muriella Calder heiress to Scotland's richest lands, and ward of the ruthless Earl; John Campbell, the Earl's proud, swift-tempered second son, commanded to wed the beautiful Muriella; and Elizabeth Campbell Maclean, the Earl's beloved daughter, whose gentle heartwas sacrificed in an alliance with her father's bitter enemy...


Rich, romantic, utterly enchanting, CHILD OF AWE takes us from the splendor of mist-covered glens to the brutal terrors of war, from the blazing hatred of ancient feuds to the glory of new love unfolding...captivating us, heart and soul, with the master touch of a true storyteller.
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Reasonable if not spectacular romance set in Scotland.
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