Raintree: Sanctuary

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 2007 - Fiction - 280 pages
14 Reviews
War with their archrival, the evil Ansara clan, is unavoidable. For Mercy Raintree, a war means she must assume her position as guardian of the Sanctuary--the sacred Raintree home place deep in the Smoky Mountains. But doing so threatens to disclose her most prized secret--one Mercy has kept to herself for six years.

As the solstice looms and the battle heats up, Dranir Judah Ansara gathers his forces, intending to wipe "every" Raintree from the face of the land. Including Mercy, whom he's claimed as "his" to kill. Then he comes face-to-face with her--and with her daughter, Eve. Will Mercy's closely guarded secret change not only the outcome of the battle--but also Judah's own bitter heart?

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Review: Raintree: Sanctuary (Raintree Series #3)

User Review  - Puna - Goodreads

It's a shame that Sanctuary was the last in the Raintree trilogy, it was the weakest of the three books. Reading this trilogy is like going on a vacation where you get sick the last two days. You know ... Read full review

Review: Raintree: Sanctuary (Raintree Series #3)

User Review  - Patrice - Goodreads

This is the final book in the trilogy and it was good but, I feel it wasn't as good as the second book. All-in-all a very good trilogy that had a very interesting story line and that each book was ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Beverly Barton was born in Alabama in 1946. She attended the University of North Alabama, but left to marry her husband, who was in the military. Before becoming a romance novelist, she was a stay-at-home mom. Her first romance novel, Yankee Lover, was published in 1990. She wrote more than 70 books during her lifetime including The Protectors series and the Dead By trilogy. She won several awards including the Romance Writers of America's Maggie Award, the RWA's National Reader's Choice Award, and the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. She died of heart failure on April 21, 2011 at the age of 64.

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