From the Mists of Wolf Creek (Google eBook)

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Silhouette, Jun 1, 2009 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Sent away from Meadowsweet Farm after the tragic death of her mother, Hallie Muldoon has returned, determined to uncover the secrets that have kept her from her beloved childhood home. But some secrets are best left undisturbed....

Conjured by Hallie's dying grandmother, mysterious Trace Coltrane emerges from the mist with one purpose in mind: to protect Hallie and keep her safe from all harm. Much like a lone wolf, he is used to drifting...but Hallie's warmth leaves him yearning to fulfill her dream of home and family. As their newfound love grows, so do the dangers of secrets revealed. A past evil threatens to destroy all hope for the future with its simmering hatred...and Hallie is its target!

  

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Review: From the Mists of Wolf Creek (Harlequin Nocturne #65)

User Review  - Fraoch - Goodreads

This was just awful. I always loved and adored Rebecca Brandewyne but this was almost unbelievably bad and it made me really sad. There are long, involved detours on the LifeHammer's functions, the ... Read full review

Review: From the Mists of Wolf Creek (Harlequin Nocturne #65)

User Review  - Puna - Goodreads

DNF. 27% in and nothing happened more interesting than a wolf jumping on a car and then jumping off.. Slight maybe that I'll try again sometime...when I'm REALLY bored. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
11
Section 3
17
Section 4
31
Section 5
44
Section 6
58
Section 7
72
Section 8
86
Section 13
168
Section 14
183
Section 15
193
Section 16
206
Section 17
213
Section 18
223
Section 19
238
Section 20
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Section 9
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Section 10
119
Section 11
137
Section 12
153
Section 21
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Section 22
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About the author (2009)



Rebecca Brandewyne was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, but she grew up in Kansas. She's just a country girl with a dash of big city sprinkled in for spice. But having traveled extensively in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and the Caribbean, she moves easily between the publishing world of New York and her hometown.

Rebecca graduated cum laude with departmental honors from Wichita State University. She has a BA in journalism, minors in history and music (theory/composition) and an MA in communications. Twice a recipient of the Victor Murdock Scholarship, Rebecca taught interpersonal communication at the university level before becoming a published writer.

She was twenty-one when she started work on her first novel, No Gentle Love. She finished the book a year later and sold it to Warner Books some months after her twenty-third birthday, making her, at that time, the youngest romance author in America -- a record that stood for ten years. To date, she has written over thirty consecutive bestselling titles.

Among many other awards, she has been named one of Love's Leading Ladies and inducted into Romantic Times BOOKreviews Hall of Fame. One of the more unusual honors she has enjoyed as a result of her writing career was being named an Honorary Duchess of Paducah, 1983.

Rebecca's books have been translated into numerous foreign languages, and have been published in over sixty countries worldwide. She has appeared on such television shows as Good Morning, America and Geraldo. She was a subject of a commentary by Andy Rooney on 60 Minutes and of a documentary film on the romance genre, Where the Heart Roams.

Rebecca is a founder and member of Novelists, Inc., a charter member of Romance Writers of America and a member of Mensa, an organization for people whose IQs are in the upper 2% of the world's population.

Rebecca lives in the Midwest with her son, Shane and husband, John. Her hobbies and interests include fencing, karate, Middle Eastern dance and target shooting. She enjoys researching ancient history (especially that of the Celts and Picts), as well as studying cosmogony, mythology, philosophy and theology. Her own personal philosophy has always been that when the student is ready, the teacher appears; she applies this bit of wisdom to all aspects of her life.

Visit Ravenscroft Castle, Rebecca's virtual home, at www.brandewyne.com, or e-mail her at rebecca@brandewyne.com.

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