The Parting Glass

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
The disappearance of a Native American medicine man throws Caitlin Ross together with a mysterious—and all too attractive—stranger who will change her life. Fourth in the Caitlin Ross series, this book jumps back in time to the beginning of Caitlin’s partnership with Timber MacDuff. More

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Words: 96,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301824595
About Katherine Lampe

Some people posit that Katherine Lampe is a construct capable of existing in multiple realities simultaneously. Others maintain that she is a changeling, or at least has a large proportion of non-human blood. It is possible that her brain is the result of a government experiment, although which government is uncertain and as of this date none has claimed responsibility.

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Review by: neko2 on May 26, 2013 :
I found it to be awesome!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: pippin didit on May 08, 2013 :
Wonderful Series and I'm anxiously waiting the next book! I love to love and almost love all the characters. Five stars!!!!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Deborah Jacques on Jan. 06, 2013 :
LOVE this series, LOVE this book! It really gives good background on how the relationship began--a bit rocky, you might say? But what a match. Together, they are definitely stronger than each added to the other. Two strong people, creating something new--which is always a bit scary! Thank you, Katherine! And thank you for your description of how these stories come to be. I'll do my best to be patient as I await the next installment. Hey Caitlin? We're all waiting for you with love.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Heather Sainsbury on Dec. 31, 2012 :
Another winner in my humble opinion! Having gone to school in Boulder it was such a nice visit to that fun and eclectic town again - Ms Lampe paints a vivid portrait thru words of the vibe that is Pearl Street. And most intriguing and fascinating it was to visualize the spark-filled way Caitlin's and Timber's worlds collided and knitted together. I also thoroughly enjoyed the melding together of different magickal facets while maintaining a noted respect for each branch, it gave the story lots of of depth and color.

Watching as the tension built from the moment Timber spooked Caitlin on her doorstep 'til they finally surrendered to it was exhilarating if not agonizing at the same time :). Nothing more powerful than the magick created by sexual passion!

This really gives great background and foundation to the characters I've already know and love and am eager to continue learning about them. Thank you again for another great one, Katherine!!!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Michael Zimmerle on Nov. 24, 2012 :
What do you do when you know your world is going to change irrevocably, and you have no idea what it may change into? Hmmm, sounds like any meaningful relationship I have ever had. What if the choice not to change means that your dreams may shatter and people might die? These are the questions faced by the two main characters in The Parting glass. If that isn't enough for readers of the Caitlin Ross series, this book is the revelation of how Caitlin and Timber met.
I'm a guy. I'm not supposed to go in for all that gooey relationship stuff. "Oooo, What a romantic couple. I wonder how they met?" That kind of stuff.
Truth is, I'm nearly in love with both of Author Katherine Lampe's main characters, Caitlin Ross and Timber McDuff, so I was just as excited to hear the back story of their meeting and beginning of the most intriguing magical team EVER, as any smitten school girl.
What could be better than watching Caitlin's first reaction to seeing her Scots he-man? I'll tell you. Watching two very clever and powerful individuals navigate their way through the cold trail of a wounded man, combating amorphous and threatening spirits and ultimately performing one of the best healing rituals I have ever read.
Fear, romance, danger, magic, sex (oh yeah, but you know, tasteful sex), heartbreak, and the thoughtful methods we have come to expect from Caitlin and Timber.
This is a real keeper! Be sure you read the author's note and the deeply moving The Morning After Blues at the end of the book. It's well worth it!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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