ISBN# Paperback-(10)0-451-22277-6/ (13) 978-0-451-22277-0/ E-book 1-429-54513-5
January 2, 2008
Signet (Division of Penguin Group)
375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014
Rating: 4 Cups
Loni Kendra MacEwen is a clairvoyant trying to find a home so she and Hannah, her eleven-month-old Fila Brasileiro mastiff can live. Thanks to her older sister, Deirdre, she finds the perfect quaint home, but seeing a vision of a cowboy with his son in danger jeopardizes her happiness.
Clint Harrigan puts no stock in paranormal. With his quarter horse ranch he is financially set in his highly successful enterprise. When Loni comes to his house with a wild tale about some crazy vision about his son, he knows the woman is a loon.
Loni has a gift when it comes to seeing visions, sometimes good, sometimes not. At the age of thirty-one, she has never known a man and doubts anyone will love her with her ability. She does not wish to marry anyone who cannot return the love. Clint is looking for a good woman to share in his life. She must have faith in God, respect for human life, deep love of animals, and a good sense of humor, to name a few things. Most of all he looks for the inner beauty. He is quite struck with Loni when she comes knocking at his door but after hearing about her vision, he does not hold much stock in it, since he has no son in danger. After hearing about Trevor, a boy lost in the wilderness, he teams with Loni to track down the little boy. Neither knew the joy of working together would bring such splendid pleasure for them. As their search for Trevor intensifies, so does their love for the other, but will their faith and love be enough to find Trevor before it is too late?
Morning Light is one of those books that leaves a lasting impression. I absolutely loved the mature characters of Loni and Clint. They are everlasting figures that will forever stay in my memory. I was on the edge-of-my-seat as they searched for Trevor. I found the whole premise of the storyline impeccable. Catherine Anderson weaves an overpowering phenomenal read. I love the way she allows Clint and Loni to interact with each other, after all these years of trying to find that one mate to last forever. The emotions and sensations allow this reader to be touched by their interactions as well as get a feel of the whole landscape and surroundings.
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