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Cape Cod resident Willow McCord receives a package in the mail from Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In it is an intricately carved brooch in the shape of a sapphire blue feather mounted on a Celtic cross. Suddenly, her life plunges into a whirlwind of motion in which events from her past dictate her future and drag her into a world of danger, mystery, and spirituality. SawyeCape Cod resident Willow McCord receives a package in the mail from Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In it is an intricately carved brooch in the shape of a sapphire blue feather mounted on a Celtic cross. Suddenly, her life plunges into a whirlwind of motion in which events from her past dictate her future and drag her into a world of danger, mystery, and spirituality. Sawyer Hawksworth is connected to Willow through their joint ancestors. Sawyer has sought Willow out in order to fulfill a destiny left to them many generations earlier. Between past and present, Willow and Sawyer must battle the forces of evil in order to protect the world, while facing the growing attraction between them. Can Sawyer make Willow understand how important the task at hand is to their futures? And will Willow be able to see beyond skepticism long enough to accept Sawyer for what she is? Will their love make them strong enough to win the battle? ...

Title : The Blue Feather
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ISBN : 22930507
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 362 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Blue Feather Reviews

  • Heidi
    2019-02-17 17:49

    Enjoyed the story, isn't my usual type of story to read and that is the reason for my 3 rating. I am Not into paranormal or witchcraft or that kind of thing, however I did enjoy the book. The characters both present day and 1600's were well created. Strong, independent women that were leaders! I liked that. The side trip to Ptown my local area is always a fun thing to read.

  • Alicia
    2019-01-20 21:45

    Enjoyed itFirst time reading anything from this author, I truly enjoyed it. I loved the the back and forth from past to present. It was almost like a mirror image but with a few twists for good measure.