Keeper of the Piece

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Orchard House Press, May 1, 2001 - Fiction - 236 pages
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Tate Belan has a secret. Lorrah Gilden has a mission. On the cusp of winter, botanist Lorrah Gilden from Estros seeks out the reclusive Tate Belan to serve as her guide. Lorrah is convinced that the Missourose lies somewhere in the mountains surrounding Tate's home. The Missourose, fabled to have miraculous powers. If it exists. For Tatum, late autumn means only one thing -- her energy is sorely limited. And Tatum has a secret she intends to keep at all costs, yet it's only a matter of weeks, perhaps even days, until her true nature will begin to emerge. Tatum's desire to keep her secret makes her a reluctant companion at best, but Lorrah's optimism proves contagious, as does her dedication to find the Missourose. On a journey fraught with peril, the two women are drawn closer than they ever could have imagined. Will they be able to return to Tate's cabin before time runs out? Will they find the mysterious plant before it, too, is lost to winter's grasp?

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About the author (2001)

Lesley Davis is the author of Keeper of the Piece, Constellations of the Heart, Wove in Life's Tapestry, and The Truth Behind the Mask. She lives in England.

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