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Dark Angel (Entangled Edge)

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    A young widow is washed ashore to an island frozen in time. The

    A young widow is washed ashore to an island frozen in time. The occupants of the island try to keep it from her knowledge that they are hundreds of years old but not aging. She is curious to know what secrets are being held on this island and why she can't get off back to the orphans she has been helping. The Master of the island is keeping a deep dark secret that he is afraid will scare her away forever, but thinks she might be the one to save him.
    This book is a great read, I ended the book wanting to know more.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    This is a haunted fairy tale that's also a mystery....and a litt

    This is a haunted fairy tale that's also a mystery....and a little bit Brigadoon, Lost Horizon and Beauty and the Beast. It has a lot of twists and turns but also a strong heroine and a tortured hero ( who you just have to love) and it's an enjoyable read. I recommend it.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    This book was different but in a good way. Catherine has face de

    This book was different but in a good way. Catherine has face death a couple of times but alway managed to pull through and live. Catherine has watched her husband and daughter die and she lives on to help other children in need. On her way back from a trip her boat capsized and she though she was dying. She ends up on ynys nos. she meet Gerard, who took her in and helped her get better. Every one called Gerard, Master. Catherine wasn't going to, she didn't call anyone master. She knew something was going on but she didn't know what, so she wanted to go to town to find out. She went to town and they told her that ynys nos was a place that people didn't age, there was no way off the island and they have been there for 100 years. She didn't believe them at first, all she wanted to do was find away to go back home. Gerard wanted Catherine for himself and was jealous of her spending time with other people. Gerard had secrets of his own that he didn't want to tell but Catherine has a way of getting what she wants and in the end their chemistry wins.

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