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Grace Johnson sweeps readers back to Scotland in the 1880s in Scottish Shores #1: Tempest at Stonehaven. Adventure and mystery surround the supposedly abandoned Dunnottar Castle, an imposing structure along the coast of the North Sea. Davey Morrison has come to Stonehaven to stop a group of wreckers, who lure ships to their destruction, and to meet the woman with whom he shares a dark secret. Through their mutual experiences they learn that God is with them always, even in times of want and danger. Romance fans of all ages will enjoy this stormy Scottish thriller.
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Widowed schoolteacher Annie Mackinnon is dismayed when her son decides to follow in his father's footsteps and become a sailor. Left to face life in her tiny Scottish village by herself, Annie is intrigued when Davey Morrison arrives in town. Davey's appearance in the remote village is odd enough, but when he shows interest in rumors of a group of wreckers luring ships to their doom along the coastline, Annie begins to think he may be up to no good. The fact that she finds Davey extremely attractive adds to her confusion. This Gothic thriller from Johnson (The Rebel, Tyndale, 1996), in the tradition of Victoria Holt, is a fast-moving, undemanding yet intriguingly gentle romance that also deals with the development of Christian belief in both Annie and the man she comes to love. Recommended.
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Book Description Tyndale House Publishers, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0842362509
Book Description Tyndale House Publishers, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0842362509