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Cherished Moments (Memories / Flowers from the Sea / Indian Summer)

by Anita Mills

Other authors: Rosanne Bittner (Author), Arnette Lamb (Author)

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Memories: It was violent, even for a North Seat storm, and the sound of relentless waves pounding the rocky seashore seemed far too close.
Flowers from the Sea: Today she would learn the secret of the grave.
Indian Summer: "Hold still Evelyn."
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Join three of your favorite storytellers on a tender journey of the heart...

Cherished Moments is an extraordinary collection of breathtaking novellas woven around the theme of motherhood. Before you turn the last page you will have been swept from the storm-tossed coast of a Scottish isle to the fury of the American frontier, and you will have lived the lives and loves of three indomitable women, as they experience their most passionate moments.

In Arnette Lamb's "Flowers from the Sea," warring Scottish clans explode into bitter battle, as a young girl discovers the mother she never knew--and a love she never dreamed possible.

Celebrate the tender magic of love, as three favorite authors explore all the turbulence and sweetness a woman can know--as a mother, and as a beloved.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312954735, Paperback)

a girl meets the mother she never knew; in ""Memories,"" an accident reunites a pair of estranged lovers; and in ""Indian Summer,"" a woman must choose between her husband and the warrior she loves. Reprint.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:11 -0400)

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Bestselling masters of the genre contribute stories of courageous women on the brink of tragedy, of discovery, and of love. Celebrate mothers and daughters with these three thrilling tales of adventure, mystery, and romance! Three acclaimed authors, Anita Mills, Arnette Lamb, and Rosanne Bittner, have come together to bring us tales of women thriving in worlds and times far from our own. From rural England to the American frontier to the wild currents of the high seas, these stories of courageous women move and inspire.… (more)

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