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Best-selling author Catherine Anderson has penned more than 30 award-winning historical and contemporary romance novels. In this final installment of the Harrigan family saga, Quincy is faced with a bizarre choice that could mean the difference between life and death. Tragedy strikes, and Quincy’s sister-in-law Loni finds herself on death’s doorstep. Then a beautiful red-haired woman named Ceara O’Ceallaigh appears, claiming Loni can be cured - but only if Quincy agrees to marry Ceara.

©2013 Adeline Catherine Anderson (P)2013 Recorded Books

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Beautiful sweet story

Loved every second of it. Unfortunately this is the 12th and last book of the series. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole series, and will definitely listen to it all again. I'm going to miss these 3 families especially the Coulters and the Harrigans.
I loved this story with a twist of Time Travelling and it was even sweeter than most Time Travelling books I've listened to because in most of them the heroine always goes back in time, they never come forward to the 21st century.
Ceara was such a darling with her sweet Irish accent. I was laughing all the way through it, she was so sweet and hilarious. The narrator was brilliant. I loved her Irish accent she did it to perfection.
I have listened to a couple of time travel books of another author where the hero traveled forward in time to the 21st century and I loved ithem, they're a nice and fun change from the heroine always travelling back to medieval times.
I really wish that Catherine Anderson will write another time travel story but with the hero travelling forward from medieval to the 21st century, like Ceara did. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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Another stunning romance from Catherine Anderson

Catherine Anderson is one of my favorite authors. Her books are always compelling, drawing the reader into the story with page turning adventure and romance. I think this book is her first time-travel story. Ceara the druid from 15th century Ireland comes through time to the present. She must marry Quincy the rough and tender cowboy in order to break a curse that is killing his sister in law. The problems that Ceira encounters with modern gadgetry had me laughing out loud as well as feeling sympathy. Anderson's Comanche series remains my favorite but this book is almost as good.



I just wish Audible would carry all of her audio books so that I don't have to strain my eyes reading the paperback versions!

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  • Debbie
  • 12-04-15

great book


I love catherine,s boooks, they keep you interested and you donqt want to stop listening.

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  • Music Lover
  • 18-06-13

A poor finish to a very nice series

I have really enjoyed the Harrigan stories by Catherine Anderson. This is my first on audio, and the narrator was fine. I had trouble suspending my disbelief, and I don't very often struggle with that. I'm usually willing to go where the author takes us, but this one was just off for me. There was not much effort at all toward "updates on the other characters" which was very disappointing. The mention of the brothers is very perfunctory. This book felt like either a contractual obligation or an afterthought somehow.

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  • Tesha
  • 22-03-21

Another great book

I absolutely loved the book. I had a very small issue with the time travel thing. I loved this series because of the cowboys and the ranchers. Also because of the type of theme they are. This one was kind of out of place with the rest of the series. Still a great book though.

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  • M Hicks
  • 08-09-20

Joy

I enjoyed the book and the story line it’s great to see how love ❤️ is the one thing that holds all together

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  • Rosemary
  • 18-05-20

Best of Series

Loved this audiobook! I giggled out loud many times and cried too. I will read this book again.

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  • Kathryn K DeLappe
  • 13-04-20

I was brought to tears

I wasn't sure I would like it,but before the story ended I was crying. I love the funny parts also.

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  • Cindy Lou
  • 07-07-19

Excellent!

As always an excellent novel. I couldn't put it down. Catherine always has so much detail in her book. You always feel a part of the story.