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LADY OF LIGHT
LADY OF LIGHT (3), book three in the Brides of Culdee Creek series, begins in Scotland where Claire Sutherlands uncle has just made improper advances. When Claires young brother, Ian, comes to the rescue and accidentally kills the man, they cover it up to look like he has had a fall while intoxicated. They move to Culdee, Scotland where they are befriended by a priest. Evan MacKay left Culdee Creek, in America, when Hannah chose Devlin over him and now finds himself in Scotland looking for his kin. Upon his arrival, he meets Claire and both of them fight their fast-growing attraction, until Evan defends her. Once they are married they travel back to Colorado with Ian, and thats where the real trouble begins. Several small things plague this novel written by Kathleen Morgan, weakening the overall storyline. The conflict over Hannah is dragged out too much, as is the secret of the uncle, while other issues seem resolved too quickly.
Reviewed By: Bev Huston and Roberta Blair
Publisher: Fleming H. Revell
Published: April 2001