A romance suspense beginning when a lovely woman suffers amnesia from a blow caused by a falling tree branch during a storm on the coast of Maine. She is thrown into a world of lost memory involving a mysterious stranger, double agents, and a handsome horseman. Witness to a murder, she is hunted down by the killer, hiding in a dark cave as he comes closer to discovering her. Written by the author of PLANTATION and other marvelous works.
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Fern Smith-Brown was born 5/23/39 in Nashua, NH. She graduated from the Bel Air High School and attended college. A history buff of early America and the Mid 1800's, she writes from research and a history of place and time. Author of several works including Copper Kelly, The Beckoning Hills, What made Sarah Cry, the Talk of the Town, and other books. REVIEW1: Reviews not yet available. These will be provided as they are received.From Booklist:
Camilla Lloyd goes to the coast of Maine to forget her problems, but when she gets caught in a storm and struck unconscious by a branch, she forgets much more. She awakens to find herself in a castle wearing nothing but a frilly man's shirt in the company of a man dressed in medieval clothing. She doesn't know her own name, or where she is, and she starts to think that she has time traveled; but her rescuer, Dak, is actually dressed for a fair. He's working undercover to try and find a ring of arms smugglers, so he's rented a castle on the coast and entered the fair in the hope of finding weapons. Reluctant to let Camilla go, Dak ends up accepting her help in his efforts to solve both the crime and the mystery of her identity. Smith-Brown has created a sweet modern gothic romance that will please those who are looking for a gentle read. Patty Engelmann
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Book Description GoldenIsle Publishers, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX096667216X