Pursued

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A storm–a disaster–a theft. When Kale Trenton’s priceless chalice is stolen, investigative reporter Leigh Gardner vows to go to the ends of the earth to bring it back. She chases every lead, explores every possibility, and hunts down Kale’s rival, Peregrine, to find it. He won’t admit he has it. And she has to decide just how far she’ll go to bring it back. More

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Words: 102,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781937387518
About Winslow Eliot

Award-winning author of suspenseful and romantic novels: PURSUED, HEAVEN FALLS, BRIGHT FACE OF DANGER, A PERFECT GEM, THE HAPPINESS CURE. I write a newsletter called "WriteSpa - An Oasis for Writers" which has been compiled into a book (plus WORKBOOK) called "WRITING THROUGH THE YEAR." Another non-fiction book is "WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF THERE WAS NOTHING YOU HAD TO DO - Practices to create the life you want."
I teach high school English at a Waldorf school and I also write poetry, read Tarot cards, love belly-dancing, singing, and people.

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Review by: Bob Moats on Oct. 25, 2011 :
I've never cared much for romance novels, but after reading "Heaven Falls" by this author, I know how well she can weave a thriller. I received an advance reading copy of this book, "Pursued", and it held my attentions throughout, so I purchased the finished book to enjoy again. From the violent start with a hurricane and the meeting of the hero and heroine, it grabs your attention. Then it continues with the travels around the world by the heroine, in search of a mysterious chalice that possibly hold a power desired by the villains. The plot was plausible and the dialog crisp, driving the story to it's exciting conclusion. In "Heaven Falls" Winslow ties the chapters together with descriptions of essential oils, this book she uses the Tarot, an interesting choice and fascinating to read. The action and scenes change fast so pay attention. You will enjoy this book as I have, well worth the read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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