Morning Song

Morning Song

by Kimberly Cates

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Overview

MORNING SONG

A headstrong runaway:
When practical spinster Hannah Gray rescues her nephew Pip from an uncertain fate, she has no choice but to flee Ireland. Once in England, fate hurls her onto the doorstep of notorious eccentric Austen Dante. Aware that the isolated manor is the perfect place to hide Pip, Hannah takes a desperate gamble, pretending that she can transcribe Dante's musical compositions. But what will the volatile Dante do when he discovers the music he's written is lost? She can't understand a single note.

A man of secrets:
Mercurial inventor and composer Austen Dante knows that he is called the "mad master of Ravenscar". Countless assistants have fled, unable to keep up with his frenetic work pace. Yet Dante will trust no one with the reason for his race against time--or the secret that has shaped his solitary life. When he plucks a 'half-drowned Irish cat' from a storm he never suspects that she will match his fire, but Hannah Gray is living a lie.

Can a love begun in deception survive when the truth is revealed by the morning's light?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157907310
Publisher: Kimberly Cates Books
Publication date: 12/25/2015
Series: Culloden's Fire , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 377,939
File size: 727 KB

About the Author

When Kimberly Cates was in third grade she informed her teacher that she didn't need to learn multiplication tables. She was going to be a writer when she grew up. Kimberly filled countless spiral notebooks with stories until, at age twenty-five, she received a birthday gift that changed her life: an electric typewriter. Kimberly wrote her first historical romance, sold it to Berkley Jove, and embarked on a thirty-year career as an author. Called “a master of the genre” by Romantic Times, her thirty-three bestselling, award-winning novels are noted for their endearing characters, emotional impact and their ability to transport the reader to the mists and magic of the British Isles.
Kimberly has also penned historical romances as Kimberleigh Caitlin and contemporary romances under the pseudonyms Kimberly Cates and Kim Cates.
She writes historical fiction as Ella March Chase.
A graduate of Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, she spends her free time reading, hiking and continuing her quest to find a recipe for the perfect scone. Her favorite activity, however, is playing dragon with her grandchildren whose imaginations never fail to amaze her.

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Morning Song 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Romance_ReaderHF More than 1 year ago
Just about perfect! This was a very enjoyable read. It was well plotted, and the hero and heroine were likable, well-drawn characters. The ending was very satisfying; all the "loose ends" were resolved. I stayed up late to finish it-something I almost never do! The next morning I downloaded another book by this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book. Excellent writing