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Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
The past and the present co-exist in this intriguing story. Glimpses into the 1830s are illustrated by a woman's passionate journal writings, and the present-day characters are equally emotional. Macela builds a slow but intense relationship between the hero and heroine, which should delight readers.
History professor Barrett Browning is collaborating on a project with Edgar Jamison, using correspondence and records from Edgar's family home, Windswept Plantation. Barrett hopes to gain tenure at her university by publishing works based on the collections, but Edgar dies before she can
Reviewed By: Barb Anderson
Published: February 2008