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Set in the eighteenth-century Scotland, this fast-paced historical romance sweeps the reader in a world of suspense, intrigue, murder, vengeance — and a love strong enough to conquer Brierley and all it stands for.
Haunted by secrets and questions about his birth, Gavin leaves Brierley, returning years later to confront the past.
To Anya Ross, Brierley is likely the fairy-tale castle of her dreams. But when her great-uncle is murdered, and the remnants of the MacBrier family torment her every turn, her dream turns into a nightmare.
Anya and Gavin are drawn together by the bond of a mottled past they share. But this bond becomes a wedge that threatens to drive them apart as sinister forces confront them at every turn.Only Gavin holds the key to undoing a evil he doesn't even understand — the key that can free Anya and himself from the chains of fear and hatred. Towers of Brierley is Anita Stansfield at her finest!
- Size: 6x9
- Pages: 320
About the Author
Anita Stansfield began writing at the age of sixteen, and her first novel was published sixteen years later. Her novels range from historical to contemporary and cover a wide gamut of social and emotional issues that explore the human experience through memorable characters and unpredictable plots. She has received many awards, including a special award for pioneering new ground in LDS fiction, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Whitney Academy for LDS Literature. Anita is the mother of five, and has two adorable grandsons. Her husband, Vince, is her greatest hero.
Great book with a mystery included.
by Kristy A. - reviewed on October 08, 2000
I enjoyed having some mystery. It was great to have to read most of the book before the different plots came together. I have not read alot of her books but I really enjoyed this one. Thanks for making it a book I could not put down until I finished.
learn throw adversity how 2 people make life better by human kindness, love & strength in the human spirit
by Dianna - reviewed on November 11, 2004
How does a girl become so strong through adversity ? How does a young man learn to be happy even though his life until 16 years of age is a challenge to always look at the bright side ? The reader learns through this book of lives that are thrown together by chance & grow through pure human kindness. I found this book hard to put down. the author is truly talented.