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Reluctant clairvoyant Loni MacEwen tries to ignore the visions that bring such heartbreak. But she feels compelled to warn the handsome Clint Harrigan of his son's imminent danger. A no-nonsense rancher, Clint thinks the pretty stranger has gone plumb loco—especially since he’s convinced he’s childless! But after watching Loni’ s predictions unfold on the local news, he asks her help to find the boy who just might be his son. As Loni and Clint ride into rugged terrain, a desperate search becomes a shared journey of trust, understanding, and unexpected love.
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By Laurie R. Sanders on 02-21-13
Too Preachy For Me
What did you like best about Morning Light? What did you like least?
I typically enjoy stories with characters with psychic abilities, and this book was not an exception in that respect. I enjoyed the realistic treatment of Loni MacEwen's psychic abilities...not so much as a gift...but as a curse that she couldn't control...which kept messing up her life. That part of the story was good. I enjoyed the hero who was a good match for her on many levels.
What I didn't like was the preachy nature. The author seemed to hit quite hard on how wrong premarital sex is...right before her characters engaged. The preachy nature overwhelmed a lot of other things that I liked and made what might have otherwise been a 4 or 5 star read only an average one.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
I liked the ending. It was satisfying on all levels.
Which character – as performed by Julia Gibson – was your favorite?
I liked her performance of Clint - the hero.
Did Morning Light inspire you to do anything?
LOL - certainly NOT to remain abstinent till marriage. :)
Any additional comments?
Catherine Anderson is one of my favorite authors. I buy and read most of what she writes - though she is one of the authors that I tend to read sparingly because I don't ever want to be without one of her books to read. Though this wasn't my favorite it was a good read on a lot of levels and would have been a good read if she'd left out the heavy handed approach to premarital sex...particularly since her characters engaged.
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