Dying Light

Dying Light

by Dianne Price

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An orphan, raised in an Episcopalian convent, impetuous, outspoken, Jenna Rowan has always had two dreams: to have a family, and to live by the sea. Merrick Hope, an old friend of the Mother Superior, offers Jenna a single solution to both dreams. �Marry my son, Brennan, who is the keeper of the Cape Hope lighthouse.�

Jenna is enthralled by the lighthouse and its breathtaking vistas of the pounding, surging, sea, but the sensory pleasure is dashed by her introduction to the haughty, enigmatic, hot-tempered Brennan Hope. Married life is not at all what she imagined. No husband in her bed, lonely breakfasts and suppers eaten in solitary silence, only the ringing sound of Brennan�s footsteps climbing the spiral staircase to the dome�to the light which must be kept burning�regardless of someone�s sabotage intended to make it fail.

Savage storms, accidents, half-truths, an aura of evil, loneliness, all take a toll on Jenna�s determination to hang onto her dreams. Somehow, she must win Brennan�s love and help him keep the light burning. But at what cost?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016492643
Publisher: Dianne Price
Publication date: 04/21/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 248
Sales rank: 1,094,878
File size: 903 KB

About the Author

Dianne Price lives in Bend, Oregon, with her very old, blind, West Highland Terrier, Hamish. Widowed for eleven years, she fills her summer months with travel to the Outer Hebrides Isles of Scotland to research her �Thistle Series��six books beginning in the early years of WWII. Snowy winter months are spent visiting her five children, numerous grands-and-greats, and writing before a crackling fire with a �cuppa� and a handful of shortbreads. Her website is at www.dianneprice-author.com.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dying Light is not only a fiery love story, but a fascinating tale of lighthouses and the keepers who often risked their lives to keep their lights burning. Highly recommend this book to anyone craving a story about two people too much alike, and the problems this causes in a marriage of "convenience". It's about time we find a herione with spirit!