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by Jane Toombs

Genre: Historical Romance, E-book
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: Late 19th-century New York State

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Toombs writes a pleasant, if predictable, tale that pits good against evil, but it's relatively easy to know where the players fit in the puzzle, even as each is introduced. This story is suitable for young adults.

Margaret Wentworth is
surprised to learn that her life as a gypsy named Tina has been a sham
to protect her until her father summons her. The Rom prepare her for life among the gaje and send her by
train to Graystone mansion. During
the trip, she discovers her father is dead, and she's menaced by Jason Ward, who at first seems to try to
kill her. But then he saves her life
and warns her about the dangers
of her voyage.

At the end of her journey, Margaret meets her only relative, a distant
cousin whom she fears is after
her inheritance. When Margaret
realizes Jason has deceived her,
she once again fears for her life.

But after she learns the tower holds secrets that might answer her questions, will she and Jason unite to
fight their adversaries? (, dl $6.00)

Reviewed By: Donna M. Brown


Published: November 2007

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