Catriona

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Aug 1, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Rita Award winning author Jeanette Baker has enthralled readers the world over with her thrilling tale of love, danger, and a passion that endures across the boundaries of time.

Kate Sutherland's arrival in the misty moors of her ancestral home in the Shetland Islands was supposed to cure her visions of danger, intrigue...and a sexy powerful Scottish border lord. Instead, she discovers that she's been living the tormented memories of Catriona Wells, a beautiful young woman of royal blood who lived five centuries before.

Shielding a dark secret from her past, Catriona was willing to do anything to save her young brother from the deadly politics of her royal family—even agree to an arranged marriage with the formidable Patrick MacKendrick. But would daring to love the hardened warrior who desired her so fiercely destroy her family... or finally allow her to heal?

Meanwhile, Kate is battling her own attraction to Niall MacCormack, an alluring Scottish historian. As the pull of history beckons, Kate has her own decision to make: choose the life and love of her present, or risk everything in Catriona's world of passion and peril.

"Catriona is an outstanding blend of past and present that makes for inspiring and irresistible reading." —RT Book Reviews

 

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Contents

Prologue
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Seventeen
Eighteen
Nineteen
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TwentyOne
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TwentyThree
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Nine
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Eleven
Twelve
Thirteen
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TwentyFive
TwentySix
TwentySeven
TwentyEight
Epilogue
Authors Note
About the Author
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Award-winning author of fifteen novels, including the RITA Award winning Nell, Jeanette Baker has been hailed by Publishers Weekly as a forceful writer whose novels are "irresistible reading." Jeanette lives in California during the winter months where she teaches literature and writing, and in County Kerry, Ireland during the summer.

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