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STARCATCHER
by Patricia Potter

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Scotland 1660s

1998 BEST HISTORICAL ROMANTIC ADVENTURE Nominee

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Long ago Patrick Sutherland was promised Marseli Gunn's hand in marriage, but that was before his father was accused of killing her aunt and a bitter feud drove them apart.

A warrior who fought for his king, Patrick will not allow Marseli to wed another. While Patrick was away her father betrothed Marseli to scheming Edward Sinclair and she has only agreed to the marriage to save her youngest sister from a horrible fate.

Patrick has no choice but to kidnap Marseli, bringing her to his family's home, widening the rift between the clans.

Marseli has always loved Patrick, the young man who vowed to pluck a star from the sky as his gift to her, and willingly becomes his captive and his handfasted bride. But their happiness is continually shattered by skirmishes and heated words from the Gunns and the Sutherlands. Only by unmasking the one who has plotted to destroy both clans can Marseli and Patrick claim true love and bring peace to the land.

STARCATCHER is a book you won't want to put down. Marseli and Patrick's passionate, action packed story holds you captive. Her beautifully created characters make Ms. Potter a very special and beloved writer. SENSUAL (Jan., 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Bantam

Published: Jan 1998

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