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Praised as "exciting and passion-filled" (Rendezvous) and "magical" (Painted Rock), Jaclyn Reding's acclaimed White Quartet has captured readers with the legends and longings of old Scotland. Now, in White Mist, a remote island castle haunted by tragedy and superstition becomes the last refuge for a young ...
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Praised as "exciting and passion-filled" (Rendezvous) and "magical" (Painted Rock), Jaclyn Reding's acclaimed White Quartet has captured readers with the legends and longings of old Scotland. Now, in White Mist, a remote island castle haunted by tragedy and superstition becomes the last refuge for a young governess with dark secrets of her own....

Praise for White Knight:

"I'd be a damsel in distress any day if this white knight was in the vicinity! Don't miss Reding's latest goodie."-Catherine Coulter

"Exceptional...truly wonderful."-Rendezvous

White Magic:

"Charmingly written, witty [and] sure to please."-Romantic Times

White Heather:

"Exciting and passion-filled." -Rendezvous

"Fabulous...a must read for fans of historical romance." -Harriet Klausner
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Devastated by the knowledge that she is illegitimate and that the man she loves is really her half brother, Lady Eleanor Wycliffe flees her former English aristocratic life, "becomes" Nell Harte, and accepts a position as governess for the mute daughter of Gabriel MacFeagh, Viscount Dunevin, on the remote Scottish Isle of Trelay. Mystery and dark rumors surround the Devil of Dunevin Castle, as they have the MacFeagh clan for generations, and the unexplained disappearance of the viscount's first wife still causes gossip. But the intrepid Nell is undeterred; and as she works to help the traumatized Juliana, she ends up healing Gabriel and herself as well. A classic, brooding Gothic hero (in kilts), a wonderfully assertive, somewhat non-Gothic heroine, a vulnerable child, and an isolated, beautifully rendered setting combine to produce a sensual romance reminiscent of early Victoria Holt. Reding (White Knight) is a newer historical author who is attracting a fair amount of attention; she lives in Chandler, AZ. Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780783894287
  • Publisher: Cengage Gale
  • Publication date: 4/28/2001
  • Series: G. K. Hall Core Series
  • Pages: 367
  • Product dimensions: 6.36 (w) x 9.49 (h) x 1.17 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2000


    WHITE MIST is the fourth and last book of Jaclyn Reding's 'White' series. Alas, it's the first for me. I didn't know what I was missing, and must now find her earlier releases¿not because WHITE MIST can't be enjoyed alone, but because I liked it so well. It's exciting to find a new author to add to the 'must read' list. No historical romance lover should miss WHITE MIST. It combines the popular Regency era with the beloved Scottish Highland setting for a top-notch reading experience, one I highly recommend.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    well-written gothic Regency romance

    In 1820, in her first season, wealthy heiress Lady Eleanor Wycliffe believes she loves the Earl of Herrick Richard Hartley. They plan to marry, but her older brother objects. In no uncertain terms, he explains that Richard¿s father is probably her sire since their mother had an affair with the previous Earl. Stunned, Eleanor flees London, ending up in abject poverty in a small remote village. <P> Not wanting to return home yet, Eleanor, claiming her name as Nell, accepts a job as governess to Juliana, the daughter of Viscount Dunevin, Gabriel MacFeagh. Gabriel does not believe one word his new employee has told him, but he desperately needs someone to care for his child, who has remained silently traumatized since her mother died. Governesses come and go at a rapid pace because strange happenings occur on the Scottish isle. As Nell reaches out to Juliana, she falls in love with her employer who reciprocates. <P> WHITE MIST is a well-written gothic Regency romance. Although seeing elements from a gothic tale blended into Regency may seem strange, the story line works because of the clever prime setting. The lead characters are a charming duo even when Gabriel seems to brood to the nth degree so much that the audience will want to slap him awake so he realizes what he is losing. Juliana and Londoners augment the plot by providing additional light on the relationship between the lead protagonists. With her ¿White¿ series, other historical books, and now this novel, readers know that a Jaclyn Reding tale is always entertaining and worth reading. <P>Harriet Klausner

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