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The Windswept Flame
     

The Windswept Flame

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by Marcia Lynn McClure
 

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Broken-irreparably broken. The violent deaths of her father and the young man she'd been engaged to marry, had irrevocably broken Cedar Dale's heart. Her mother's heart had been broken, as well-shattered by the loss of her own true love. Thus, pain and anguish-fear and despair-found Cedar Dale, and her mother Flora, returned to the small western town where life had

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Broken-irreparably broken. The violent deaths of her father and the young man she'd been engaged to marry, had irrevocably broken Cedar Dale's heart. Her mother's heart had been broken, as well-shattered by the loss of her own true love. Thus, pain and anguish-fear and despair-found Cedar Dale, and her mother Flora, returned to the small western town where life had once been happy and filled with hope. Perhaps there she and her mother would find some resemblance of truly living life-instead of merely existing.
Yet, the enduring of a broken heart-the fear it breeds-lingers in the soul. In the depths of her splintered self, Cedar wondered if she would ever know true warmth of being again. She was doubtful that she would. Until the day a chance meeting with a dream from her past caused a flicker of wonder to ignite in her bosom.
As a child, Cedar Dale had adored the handsome rancher's son, Tom Evans-followed after him with the infatuated exuberance of a newborn calf. And when chance brought her face-to-face with the object of her childhood fascination once more, Cedar Dale began to believe that perhaps her fragmented heart could be healed-that perhaps life could be more than despair and pain.
Yet could Cedar truly hope to win the regard of such a man above men as was Tom Evans? A man kept occupied with hard work and ambition-a man so desperately sought after by seemingly every woman?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982782620
Publisher:
Distractions Ink
Publication date:
07/20/2010
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)
Age Range:
13 Years

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Windswept Flame 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
kronan1 More than 1 year ago
This is a book without a plot. Like one of those movies you watch waiting for it to begin and then its over. There is a romance of course but not enough of a story to it to make it interesting. This was a follow up to Weathered To Young ---- a great book. So you expected the character of Tom Evans to really take off in this book. Instead the romance is ho hum and listless and there is no real tension or drama to the story. Too bad. I was looking forward to the rest of the tale. Thank heavens there isn't a third brother. Apparently the writer has run out of ideas for this family.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun, clean romance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I personally love this book. Along with all mcclures other books. She is a wonderful writer and as an aspiring author myself i find myself wanting to be like her! This is a great book. Reccommend for sure!
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