Keeper Of The Light

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Jan 1, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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You're on duty in the emergency room and despite desperate efforts, the victim of a gunshot wound loses her life. She is Annie O'Neill. Your husband's mistress. Olivia can't watch any longer as her husband grieves the love of his life. Desperate to understand who this perfect woman was, Olivia finds herself stepping into Annie's shoes. Into another family - one with an adoring husband and troubled young daughter. A family who make Olivia feel needed, but don't know who she really is. And the fašade is cracking with every step she takes. There's still time to turn back - to a husband who loves her second best. Or to keep walking to a new future - but in a dead woman's shoes.

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Review: Keeper of the Light (Kiss River #1)

User Review  - Gail - Goodreads

I was not overwhelmed by this book albeit it does start off incredibly well. Without revealing too much of the story, i thought the ending was a little contrived and far too convenient. However I'm ... Read full review

Review: Keeper of the Light (Kiss River #1)

User Review  - Sara - Goodreads

3 and 1/2... Good story, but felt it didn't move along as quickly as her other books. Not preventing me from reading the 2nd novel in this series! Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Diane Chamberlain is the best-selling author of 20 novels. Her books, frequently set in the southeastern United States, are complex stories about love, compassion and forgiveness with a touch of mystery and suspense. Diane was born and raised in Plainfield, New Jersey, and attended Glassboro State University.

She also lived for many years in both San Diego and northern Virginia. Diane received her master’s degree in clinical social work from San Diego State University. Prior to her writing career, she was a hospital social worker and a psychotherapist in private practice, working primarily with adolescents. Diane’s background in psychology and her work in hospitals have given her a keen interest in understanding the way people tick, as well as the background necessary to create real, living, breathing characters.

More than a decade ago, Diane was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, which changed the way she works: She sometimes types using voice recognition software. She feels fortunate that her arthritis is not more severe and that she is able to enjoy everyday activities as well as keep up with a busy work and travel schedule. Diane has three married stepdaughters, three grandchildren, and two shelties. She lives with photographer John Pagliuca in North Carolina where she's at work on her 21st novel.

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