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Morning Song

by Kimberly Cates

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Desperate to protect her nephew, Pip, from his evil father, Hannah flees her Irish homeland and takes a job writing music for the miserable and somber Master of Ravenscar. Who could help but fall in love with a hero that Pip calls "the mad bastard of Raving-scar"? Surprisingly they both find love and comfort in the home of this difficult and private man. But Hannah and Pip's safety is in jeopardy when their secrets become known to one of Ravenscar's hidden enemies. Until Ravenscar faces his own dark secrets, all of their lives will remain at risk.

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