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Hold Back the Night

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Starr Davison was climbing the stairs of the old, weathered lighthouse when she came upon a tall, dark-haired stranger in a bomber jacket. She sensed that he meant her no harm, but what was he doing here, trespassing on Uncle Mick's property?

From the first moment he saw her, Shane Wells knew why her parents had called her Starr. With sparkling gray eyes and features as al
Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 1st 1992 by Meteor Publishing Corporation (first published 1992)
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Dec 26, 2013 Mallory rated it really liked it
I did like this book, it was pretty good. I like the setting, it could have had a little more descriptions for settings. some parts dragged a little bit, and others that were a bit rushed. I liked the dog, Trixie, the most.
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Sandra Steffen, the winner of the RITA Award, the Wish Award and the National Readers Choice Award has always felt blessed to have a great imagination, but she assumed writers had to live in New York or California.

Today she is the proud author of more than 30 published novels, and she didn't have to leave the midwest to do it. Her titles have appeared on bestseller lists such as USA TODAY, the NEW
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