Dreamweaver by Kathleen Kane

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Kathleen Kane creates stories of depth and sweetness that are unsurpassed. She has been praised by Publishers Weekly for her "unusual, poignant plots and captivating characters." She blends humor and haunting love into a mix that can only be called magical.

Out of nowhere

In 1876 Nevada, trouble was one thing Conner James could count on. But when a twister drops a red-headed female through the roof of his ranch house, Conner discovers a whole new meaning to the word trouble.

Into forever

Meara has no past and no memory, but she sees her future in Conner's eyes. Can their love bridge the impossible chasm that separates them?

A love beyond time and space
 

About Kathleen Kane

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Kathleen Kane lives in Southern California with her husband, two children and a Golden Retriever with delusions of grandeur. When Kathleen isn't writing, she's reading or watching her flowers die from overwatering or underwatering, she's not sure which.She believes in romance and magic and the Good Fairy and Santa Claus and all of the other extra-special things that make life so much fun.
 
Published December 15, 1998 by St. Martin's Paperbacks. 320 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In what otherwise could have been a stock plot--Conner James is the lonely, rugged horse rancher and Meara Simons the spunky Irish girl with amnesia--Kane incorporates the same tender (and fantastic) touches as in her previous novel, This Time for Keeps.

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