Morning Light (Kendrick-Coulter-Harringan Series #8)

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Born with second sight, Loni MacEwen must warn the handsome rancher Clint Harrigan that his son is in danger-except he doesn't even have a son. Then the drama Loni predicted unfolds on the news: an orphaned boy is lost in the wilderness. As Loni and Clint help in the search for the boy, they begin to form a bond of their own...

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Overview

A brand new CONTEMPORARY series from the New York Times bestselling author whose novels are:

Born with second sight, Loni MacEwen must warn the handsome rancher Clint Harrigan that his son is in danger-except he doesn't even have a son. Then the drama Loni predicted unfolds on the news: an orphaned boy is lost in the wilderness. As Loni and Clint help in the search for the boy, they begin to form a bond of their own...

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Crusty Clint Harrigan (of the same Harrigan clan as Anderson's Sun Kissed), is, at 37, a Catholic cowboy who's sworn off romance. The arrival of a cute Catholic clairvoyant in his hometown of Crystal Falls, Ore., challenges his resolve and his skepticism. Seer Loni Kendra MacEwen, "still a virgin" at 31, is shocked when she bumps into Clint at the grocery store. He's the dream cowboy she's had visions of her whole life, and she has recently connected those visions to visions of Trevor, an endangered boy who (along with his protective Saint Bernard) was lost in the Shoshone Wilderness Area after a river accident killed his mom and stepdad, an Oregon senator. Loni tells a resistant Clint he's the only one who can save Trevor, and soon the hunt is on. Though pillow (and saddle) talk threaten to overwhelm the action, veteran romance queen Anderson infuses the plot with all the warm and fuzzy woo-woo of TV's Ghost Whisperer. (Jan.)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781602851382
  • Publisher: Center Point Large Print
  • Publication date: 4/28/2008
  • Series: Kendrick-Coulter-Harringan Series , #8
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Edition description: Large Print
  • Pages: 430
  • Product dimensions: 6.21 (w) x 8.46 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Catherine Anderson lives in the Oregon mountains with her husband and her Rottweilers, Sam and Sassy, who seem convinced that they are teacup poodles and that obedience training is for people. Catherine spends leisure time with her family and friends, including her sons and daughter-in-law, often discussing intriguing story twists for her books. Such talks can draw curious stares if they happen to take place in a restaurant and involve plotting the demise of a fictitious villain.

An award-winning author of twenty published works, Catherine is currently working on her next full-length romance for Onyx.

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  • Posted October 10, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Consistant and Heartwarming

    I love Catherine Anderson. All of her books, Morning Light included, are beautifully written and touch the heart. Anderson is the queen of picking unlikely heroines to grace her pages. The characters are well-done and touch you because they feel like real people. Her books always make it to the "keep" pile.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2014

    Dawn

    Really good! On thing is, I found it a little odd for warriors to have nicknames like that. Also, it may be hard to do, but I found it a little confusing when you didn't put the names of the characters or what they said it like, etc. Overall, 4 stars!
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    ~D&apha&omega&eta&star

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2014

    Morning Rises~ Chapter 6

    ...Dewpaw. "Dewpaw?" Morningpaw couldnt belive it. "Dewpaw, why are you here?" Dewpaw growled. "None of your bisnuss. I was chasing my mouse and you caught it, fleabag." Morningpaw got mad. VERY mad. "Hey, it was my mouse, bully!" By now the mouse was dead under their paws. "Why can I not stay?" She demanded. Dewpaw hesatatied. "Because," She said slowly, "Because this is for older apprintences. Only us can hunt here. We are standing in the Older Apprintence Hunting Grounds. It is quite dangerous. I wouldnt want a little kit like you to get hurt." She said with sneer. Morningpaw lost her temper. "Oh right? Oh ya? Well, I am NOT a little kit!" "Get!" Hissed Dewpaw. She snatched away the mouse. "I said GET!" Morningpaw raced back to Velvetstar, now, somehow, she knew the way. She dashed into the clearing just as Velvetstar looked up. "Oh?" She said. "And where is the mouse?" As if reading Morning's mind, she said, "It was Dewpaw again, wasnt it?" "Uhuh." Said Morningpaw, trying to fight back tears. Suddently, the whole story came out. After hearing the story, Velvetstar's eyes clouded. Her smile dissapeared. "Dewpaw should have never gone there. It wasnt some stupid hunting grounds. It was..The Dark Forest. It is a VERY dangourus and evil place." "It is?" Inquired Morningpaw. "Yes. I can't belive her. I am going to have a SERIOUS talk with Sunpelt." "Why is that part so..scary?" Morningpaw asked, feeling a shiver up her spine. "In it is the bad evil souls of cats." Velvetstar said unhappily. "I tell you what, since you did so good today, how about telling Dewpaws mom about her?" Morningpaw beamed. Telling Dewpaws mom about all of it! She raced of yelling, "Thanks!" "Oh and one more thing!" Velvetstar yelled. "Call me Velvey!" "Ok Velvey,?" Morningpaw yelled back, "You can call me Morn!" "Ok, thanks!" Velvey yelled. Morningpaw, feeling so happy she was about to burst, dashed off back to camp, as fast as she could go.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2014

    Great book

    This book has God's love and goodness all through it. I loved this book

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  • Posted June 12, 2011

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    Keep the kleenex handy!!!

    Review by Jen: The first in a new series featuring the Harrigan family that is slightly connected to her Coulter Family series (the Harrigan daughter married a Coulter son in the last Coulter book). Clint is approached by Loni with the news that his son is in danger, lost in the Oregon wilderness, and he is the only person who can save him. Problem is that he doesn't have a son. He doesn't want to believe the beautiful woman has the second sight because it goes against all his religious beliefs. Yet as he gets to know Loni while they search for his son, his mind is changed as he begins to see that her gift is from God and that she is his soul mate.

    I'm a big fan of Ms. Anderson's writing. Most of her books feature a character that is overcoming some sort of "disability". The first one I ever read was Phantom Waltz and the heroine was wheelchair bound after a horse riding accident in her youth. That said, this one didn't feature a disability per-se, but Loni did have this "condition" that kept her isolated from most people. This was another winner by Catherine Anderson. I enjoyed the characters and the plot. I had to keep a box of tissues handy since it was a tear-jerker.

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  • Posted May 19, 2009

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    Good with a few flaws.

    The story of Loni and Clint brought another facet into the Harrigan family series. The way the entire family gathered around them to protect their own was just another example of how the Harrigans live. Clint and Loni worked well together as characters. However, the overdose of Catholicism (and I'm Catholic) was like being forced to eat a disliked veggie so I could get dessert.

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

    Serius7

    I enjoyed to book thoroughly. It was a good plot and flowed well. My interest never wavered from the storyline. My only hope would be that there are actually people out there that are caring and willing to put themselves on the line to do good for others -- that includes strangers.

    Ms. Anderson is one of my favorite writers and I eagerly look for her next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2008

    I disagree

    well, as a Catholic, I liked this story as it depicts a young woman who tries to stand true to her faith even when facing love and a society that is somewhat against it. I think that both characters as well as Ms. Anderson are admirable and that the story was well written and very pleasing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2008

    A Wonderful Read

    I was hesitant when I saw the other reviews but went ahead and bought this book at my local B&N. I wasn't disappointed! Loni's life had been turned upside by using her psychic abilities by media attention and being too popular or a pariah - depending upon who believed what. She moved to be closer to her sister and wanted to begin a new life, open a new business and be away from the spotlight. However a vision and her faith in knowing she was doing the right thing brings her to once again try to help. By trying to convince the little boy's biological father that he is in trouble, she is once again disbelieved. The cowboy said he didn't even have a son. But after counsel with his father, be went on blind faith to an adventure that I couldn't put down. There is laughter, sadness, faith and love, all rolled up into this wonderful book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2008

    A reviewer

    I read other Anderson books and liked them enough to pick this one up. Sun Kissed was pretty good, not her best though, but this one was over the top. All the religion and unbelievable scenes of them sleeping in bed with pillows between them was really too much. Hopefully if she plans to continue with other Harrigan stories, the plots, characters and scenes will be a little bit more believable. (and not so preachy)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2008

    A CATHOLIC TREATISE

    I was expecting a sweet, gentle romance like her books in the Coulter series. Instead, from the very beginning, everything about the characters and their actions are explained through their devout Catholicism. This actually became irritating enough that I had to put the book down. Ms Anderson has lost me as a reader if her writing continues in this genre.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2008

    Love previous books, but this one was lacking...

    No doubt Catherine Anderson is a great writer, all her previous books had emotions that were emerging to pour out, but this one and the last book were just not up to par. Aside from the numerous religious input and guilt and the paranormal part, this book had no strong character to pull it through the storm or plot. The only thing worth reading is the last few pages where the whole family is present.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2008

    good writer --- bad theme!!!

    The writer is a good writer and most of her stories are great but I just did not care for a story about someone having second sight. It makes the story unbelievable, not interesting to me.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A reviewer

    Clairvoyance runs through the maternal genes of her family so in spite of growing up as an accepted norm, Loni MacEwen detests her gift believing it is a curse. Her feelings were recently accentuated when she helped the police on a case that ended badly. Thus she flees to Crystal Falls, Oregon to get away although she knows she cannot completely run from her second sight. In the rustic small town Loni is stunned when she sees the face of rancher Clint Harrigan for the first time person he has been the star of her visions forever as he is her soulmate. However, she also envisions his son needing him as Trevor has lost his mom due to a rafting incident that has left him lost in the wilderness Clint assumes she is a lunatic as he has no children. He revises his opinion when the media runs the story. As the pair travels together to find the child he never knew he sired Clint begins to fall in love with his psychic guide. --- The sequel to SUN KISSED starring Clint¿s younger sister is a delightful contemporary paranormal romantic suspense that brings to life the Oregon wilderness. The story line is fast-paced as Loni insists the time is running out for Trevor forcing the duo to frantically hurry. Readers will feel they have second sight as they will get inside the heroine¿s head as she panics over being too late again. Although the feelings of love between the lead couple arrives way to fast, the key to MORNING LIGHT is that both heroes keep their passion somewhat in check as saving the lad remains the prime focus of an exciting thriller. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2008

    PREACHY

    that is how I would describe this book. The author was definintly on her soap box . The story plot was an excellent one, but I found myself skipping page after page. If you want to know about Catholic guilt (her words) this is the book for you. When I buy a romance I want some spice...some love scenes. This book had the characters make love one time , but then feel so guilty afterward that they felt they had to go to confession...PUHLEEZ. I was very disapointed in this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2008

    good story, but way too preachy

    The story was a good one. I read the book in two days. I have liked Catherine Anderson's previous books as well, but in this book I became very tired of the catholocism. I almost felt like she could have made the characters be strong spiritually without pushing the catholic religion so much. I am not catholic, but I am christian, and I almost felt like the author is very narrow minded in her religious views.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2008

    Disappointing

    I have enjoyed her books in the past, but was disappointed by 'Sun Kissed,' her last book. Normally I will give an author another chance. This book, however, has sealed the deal on buying her again. I did not believe the romance, too little time to have such deep feelings, and every other page was a about God, not something I expect or want from a romance novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2008

    Too Much Social Commentary

    I have thoroughly enjoyed all previous books by this author, but she has several personal agendas that severly impede this story. The characters seemed incapable of conversing without espousing their views at length on religion, wolves, the media, horse training and anatomy, etc. It really detracted from the story.

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    Posted November 6, 2011

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