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Eighth Winter

Eighth Winter

by Jillian Kae Reimann
Eighth Winter

Eighth Winter

by Jillian Kae Reimann

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After Trayten disappeared from Dorset in the winter of 1901, Katherine spent the next eight years searching for him.

She never imagined she would find him like this: confined to a wheelchair on the island of Alderney with no memory of her or their turbulent past. Now, the brilliant painter who once loved her is a hollow shell of the man she once knew.

But Katherine is determined to restore Trayten's memory, uncover the mystery of his disappearance, and obtain absolution for her calamitous past mistakes. She will contend with his resistance to recovery and also with Marian, the possessive caretaker who is unwilling to let him go.

Convinced she can find restoration, Katherine will try to bring Trayten back, clinging to the belief that love, like the spring, will unfailingly conquer the coldest of winters.

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BN ID: 2940162546917
Publisher: Melange Books, LLC
Publication date: 06/22/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 806 KB

About the Author

Jillian Kae Reimann writes romantic historical fiction. She knew that she was a writer at the age of seven and has been writing stories ever since. Her mother instilled in her a love for history and reading. Her father passed on the inspiration that music can bring. When not writing her novels, Jillian is likely to be found pouring over history books and Victorian novels with a highlighter in hand.
An air-force brat, Jillian grew up in Montana, but had the opportunity to live in Panama for three magical years. After a short sojourn in central Texas, then Ohio, she returned to her home state and graduated college with a BA in Social Sciences with concentrations in Education and Psychology.

She lives in Montana on the windswept prairie at the foot of the Rocky Mountains with her husband, four kids, and a spoiled Black and Tan Coonhound named Beags. Her husband is a gifted musician and Jillian has been known to join him on stage to sing every once in a while.

Jillian is a visual artist, particular to oil painting and graphite portraiture. She enjoys Oolong tea, Pink Floyd, and hiking the Montana wilderness with Beags.

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