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Free eBook Morning Light (Center Point Platinum Fiction (Large Print)) download ISBN: 1602851387
Author: Catherine Anderson
Publisher: Center Point Pub (April 1, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
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Home Catherine Anderson Morning Light. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. The publisher does not have any control over and does not assume any responsibility for author or third-party Web sites or their content.

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A brand new CONTEMPORARY series from the New York Times bestselling author whose novels are: Born with second sight, Loni MacEwen must warn the handsome rancher Clint Harrigan that his son is in danger-except he doesn't even have a son. Then the drama Loni predicted unfolds on the news: an orphaned boy is lost in the wilderness. As Loni and Clint help in the search for the boy, they begin to form a bond of their own...
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In Morning Light, we find that our heroine, Loni MacEwen has the gift of second sight. It's something she's fought and suppressed most of her life, but when she meets Clint Harrigan, she can't turn her back on her gift. In a vision after an accidental meeting, Loni sees Clint's son in grave danger after an accident on a river. The boy's parents drowned, but he was saved by his loyal dog. When Loni finally works up the courage to find Clint and tell him, he turns her away as a mentally unstable person, because as far as he knows, he doesn't even have a son.

The story unfolds from there in the way only Anderson can tell it.

I will say that if you're uncomfortable reading about spiritual or religious characters, you may not enjoy this book at all. The religious views are purveyed deeply throughout the story, which I did not mind, but it did cause the characters a lot of consternation.

The relationship between Clint and Loni was fairly good, and there were some memorable, funny, and moving scenes (when Clint discovered Loni was night-blind...the blood transfusion in the woods...), but I found the back story of Clint and Sandra (the boy's mother), somewhat weak and confusing. Catherine didn't give her readers a good understanding of why Clint and Sandra broke up in the first place. Apparently, they loved each other and were good friends, but then she didn't even have the decency to tell him he had a kid.

All in all, I enjoyed the book and liked the story as an interesting mix of romance and the paranormal. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys authors in this genre.
My review speaks only to the criticism raised by an earlier review. This book is about a family, the Harrigans. There is one sister and several brothers. The family is Catholic, however Faith or religion is not the overwhelming theme of the series. In this book the brother who is the main character is in his late 30's and after years of having one night stands and short relationships he decides to forgo sex until he marries. The female lead is a clairvoyant who at age 31 is still a virgin because her gift has severely limited her opportunities for intimate relationships. Touching things brings on visions so she has made a career as an interior designer of new homes. In the one instance where she takes a job to redecorate the home of a couple whose daughter was kidnapped 6 months earlier it leads to disastrous consequences. In those instances where she has had the opportunity to meet eligible men they are afraid of her gifts. So she is a virgin as a result of lack of opportunity to meet men and fear from the few men she did meet and not because of any religious beliefs.
Both leads have sincerely deep religious beliefs. However if you read all the series you will not find that to be such an important part of the characters involved.
In my opinion this book portrays people much like my family. My brother is very religious, my sister who is an equally good person does not believe and I had beliefs but did not go to church until I was in my 40s. What I find bizarre is that few books of the romantic/paranormal/suspense type ever have characters with any religious beliefs at all! That is just not representative of our society.
At no time did I come away with the feeling that the author was promoting religion. It just happens that these characters have beliefs. There is still sex before marriage, suspense and romance!
For the longest time I have found it odd that popular fiction is devoid of characters with a strong faith unless the character is a priest or a person who acts devoutly religious and holier than all others while secretly being a pervert. Ms Anderson is to be commended for portraying characters that have values just as most of us do regardless of whether they are spiritual, religious or neither. This is a well told story and it no more promotes religion than it does promote believing in extrasensory perception.
I can't add much than what's already been said. Yes, there is a lot of religious discussion in this book, but I didn't feel like it was being pushed at me. I just chalked it up to being a story about two Catholics.
I guess it depends on how much you let it bother you. I don't like people coming to my front door trying to convert me to their religion (that really gets me mad) but I didn't really get that from this book.

The thing that irritated me more about this book is that a lot of it is a rehash of CA's other books. Not all people speak the same way, not even ranchers. I found the dialog very similar and many of the situations/plot lines were similar to past books too.

How many times can you have a cowboy (sorry, horseman) meet a troubled/handicapped/special woman and turn her life around. She doesn't believe she can help, she runs away, he chases after her and wins her back. CA needs to create some different type of characters and come up with different storylines.

But all in all, I don't regret buying and reading the book. It just won't be one that I read over again like I've done with many of her previous books.
As usual, Anderson has created characters you can't get enough of. The clairvoyant who wants no outside attention paid to her gift unless they're in a position too aid in finding the missing person. And a cowboy she's foreseen all her life who happens to be the father of a missing boy that only he can save. Only he has never married, had kids, or believed in psychics. Only there's several compelling qualities about this lady he just can't say no to.
The book is wonderful, as all her books are. I order her books ahead and have read all she's written. She never disappoints. If you haven't read her books, do so now. You'll never be sorry.
i think in learning of the original Coulter family even tho they started out as Paxton's it became the Coulter family when Eden Paxton married Matthew Coulter then they had Jack ,Zeke, Tucker and Isaiah, Hank and Bethanny which led to another Family series I fell in Love reading the Harrigan's ...they had .. Clint,Quincy,Parker,Zachary,and Samantha which once again I have wished I could have lived in their small town just to know them...Catherine Anderson knows how to draw you into the lives and loves of these characters ... here is a Harrigan family book
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