Horizons by Catherine Hart

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After their plane crashes on a remote Pacific island, Kelly Kennedy and her fellow survivors--an orphaned baby, a husband accused of killing his wife, and handsome architectural engineer Zach Goldstein--must battle the forces of nature, and one another, to stay alive. Original."

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CATHERINE HARTWinner Of The Romantic Times Storyteller Of The Year Award!
Published September 1, 1997 by Zebra Books. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The novelist Émile Zola famously described landscape painting as a corner of nature “viewed through a temperament.” It’s a perspective that helps the viewer understand the tender, poetic landscapes of James A.

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An airliner crash and improbable survival plot bring a handful of stock characters--spitfire Latin actress, redneck criminal, mousy librarian, orphaned toddler--together with heroine Kelly Kennedy, a lingerie boutique owner.

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