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Morning Light (Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan #8)

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A brand new CONTEMPORARY series from the New York Times bestselling author whose novels are:

Born with second sight, Loni MacEwen must warn the handsome rancher Clint Harrigan that his son is in danger-except he doesn't even have a son. Then the drama Loni predicted unfolds on the news: an orphaned boy is lost in the wilderness. As Loni and Clint help in the search for th
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Kindle Edition, 432 pages
Published January 2nd 2008 by Signet
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jenjn79
Catherine Anderson is one of my favorite authors and I usually love her books, but I have to admit that this one was a bit of a disappointment for me.

At the core, I liked the storyline - Loni, a clairvoyant, has a vision that a young boy is lost in the wilderness and only horseman Clint Harrigan will be able to save him. There's also the fact that the boy is Clint's biological son - which Clint doesn't know. After some disbelief on Clint's part, the two head out on horseback to rescue young Trev
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Michelle
Another wonderful book by Anderson and once again I am reminded of why she is one of my favorite authors! Everything about Loni MacEwen and Clint Harrington was absolutely adorable! The paranormal aspect added a twist that I really enjoyed!

Loni left her old life and moved to Crystal Falls where nobody knew of her psychic abilities. Ever since she was a little girl she’s had visions of a dreamy cowboy and would fantasize about him romantically. But now all grown up, and being unlucky in love, sh
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Miss Kim
Oct 27, 2008 Miss Kim rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Catherine Anderson Fans
Recommended to Miss Kim by: continuation of series
The latest in the series tells Clint Harrigan's story. We met him briefly in his sister Samantha's book, Sun Kissed. He came off as a hot head, but of course a gorgeous hothead, in that one so I was interested to learn more about him. Clint is contacted by psychic, Loni, who tells him his son is in danger. What? He doesn't have a son. They begin a wilderness hunt for the child and end up falling in love. I was a little disappointed that there was only the single love scene, but then the characte ...more
Gemma
Nov 26, 2010 Gemma rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Okay, first off, I want to state that I am a HUGE fan of Catherine Anderson. I count down the days until another of her books is released. I own every single thing she's ever written, and they are all treasured keepers. But this book is going right in my "trade for credit" box. I cannot believe that this is written by the same author who wrote the moving reads of Annie's Song, Comanche Moon, Seventh Heaven, Baby Love or Phantom Waltz, just to name a few.

People have complained about the heavy-ha
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ReadingWench
Let me first say that I hate Inspirational or Religious books of any kind. They are always too preachy for me. I'm not the least bit religious.

I loved this book. I stayed up all night to the point of grabbing my magnifying glass once my eyes went all fuzzy. I loved the story line ! Some people have review they didn't like the aspect of the mom tuning in and spying on her daughter. Come on...what mother wouldn't like to peek into the life of her daughter?? I thought it was rather funny. Another r
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Ian
Apr 14, 2014 Ian rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was a bit of a mixed bag for me. There were things I liked about and things that made me uncomfortable. Before this I had never actually read any books in which one of the primary characters was a clairvoyant. Add to that, both the male and female protagonist were devoutly christian and you have a book which is a bit of a departure for me. I don't really know why but I was more able to deal with the clairvoyance than the religious overtones.

I think there was a little too much going on
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Cátia Santos
Quando iniciei a leitura deste livro estava muito entusiasmada, pois era um livro de uma autora que criou histórias pelas quais tenho uma carinho muito especial.
E inicialmente estava a gostar muito e mesmo quando cheguei ao fim o saldo foi positivo, mas a história não me encheu as medidas.
A escrita continua, como sempre, cativante e envolvente e a autora mantêm a capacidade que têm de falar de sentimentos e emoções de uma forma que apela ao coração do leitor e faz com que fiquemos envolvidos c
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Romancing the Book
Morning Light is the first in a new series featuring the Harrigan family that is slightly connected to her Coulter Family series (the Harrigan daughter married a Coulter son in the last Coulter book). Clint is approached by Loni with the news that his son is in danger, lost in the Oregon wilderness, and he is the only person who can save him. Problem is that he doesn’t have a son. He doesn’t want to believe the beautiful woman has the second sight because it goes against all his religious belief ...more
Sara
Sep 21, 2012 Sara rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: guilty-pleasures
This one was sort of a mixed bag. I like that this one didn't rely on the usual cliches: a playboy cowboy who never wants to get married ever, the heroine needing to be rescued from an evil stalker ex, the hero teaching the heroine it's okay to trust men again. Instead, we have a woman whose gift of clairvoyance has been a curse rather than a blessing, and her Big Trauma was being unable to save a kidnapped child instead of a rape or a failed marriage. Loni was no Laura Townsend, but I liked her ...more
Linda
Mar 08, 2015 Linda rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Loni MacEwen was born with second sight but she had promised herself that she would not stir up the waters again with her visions after all the trouble she had in the past. That was until she saw Clint Harrigan's son in danger and he was the only one who could save him. Clint was not a stranger to her since she had dreamed about him since she was a child but she was definitely a stranger to him. First of all, he did not have a son, and second, his religion did not believe in visions.

This is a st
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Catherine
Mar 15, 2016 Catherine rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I won't tell you about the book. It is one that you should read. Even though Loni is a clairvoyant, you feel like God is leading her with the help of her powers
Kendra
For this series, this isn't my favorite but it isn't the worst. One change I noticed was that there was a lot of biblical references and faith was a huge part of the relationship between the hero and heroine. This is a huge change from Anderson books that I have read. I am not a fan of christian romance but this was ok because it wasn't overtly religious. However, it was enough to distract me from the story. The second-sight portion of the book was pretty interesting and the search for the boy w ...more
Sue
Aug 30, 2015 Sue rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed this one, I've always liked a little paranormal in a story. It's like adding faith to a storyline, you either believe or you don't.

Well Loni is clairvoyant with a capital C, she can find people in danger but it's been a major burden to her and she's been chased from her home town because of reporters and desperate parents. It's not an on-demand skill so it hurts her when she can't help.

Then she meets Clink Hannigan and oh boy does she get a vision. She's sees his son stranded in
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Jee
Apr 11, 2014 Jee rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Pada awalnya sungguh sangat membosankan membaca buku ini. Bahkan saya sempat berpikir ingin stop ditengah jalan. Tapi saya putuskan, membaca ditengah jalan terlebih lagi untuk sebuah karya Catherine Anderson, sangatlah mubazir. Akhirnya saya memutuskan membacanya hingga akhir.
Terkadang kau tidak menyukai awal sebuah permulaan, tapi kau akan puas terhadap akhir dari permulaan tersebut. Saya rasa kalian pasti sering mengalami hal itu :3 Beginilah perasaan ketika saya membaca akhir Morning Light.
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JoAnne
Goodreads has this book as #8 in this series, Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan series.
Loni is a psychic. She gets visions, mostly of people in trouble. All her life she has had visions of a cowboy. She recently moved to a new town and bumped into the man at the grocery store and had a vision of his son lost in the woods after falling in the river off of a raft. She flees the store. The next day Loni finds Clint and tells him of her vision. He scoffs at her and does not believe her. Besides he does not
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Mafi
Sep 19, 2011 Mafi rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2011, ebook, eng
Não é dos meus favoritos, muito religioso para mim mas claro que a história é bonita e o toque paranormal deu um tom diferente à história da Lone do Clinton e do Trevor. Mesmo assim gostei ;)
Apesar de gostar da familia Harrigan, ja sinto saudades dos Coulters.
Arianna
Aug 28, 2015 Arianna rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
Flat, uninspired writing. It was kind of preachy. I was thrown off when minor character suddenly became very close to the main character, and there wasn't written any prior interaction between them. I was perturbed at how the main female character's personality and self-esteem are respectively enhanced and boosted by a MAN, who is not a bad male character. But omg-where is the main character's backbone? Why does she not give much indication of really liking herself until a man comes along and sa ...more
Paranormal Romance
The heroine comes from a along line of women gifted with the Sight but she's never welcomed her gift until that is she began to dream of the hero. The cowboy has haunted her visions since childhood and now she's finally met him. At first she flees in a fit of cowardice but soon realizes that the visions will no go away until she convinces him to find his son. The hero immediately rejects the heroine s help, thinking she's crazy or delusional or both but soon it becomes apart that her predictions ...more
Wayward Cabbage
I love Catherine Anderson's books normally, and it is very rare for me to not finish any book that I read or buy, but I don't think that I am going to be able to finish this one. I was enjoying the book, and then all of a sudden, BAM there was an incredibly strong religious reference. Normally, I am not bothered by a few small references to religion, but in Morning Light, they were not small references, but whole conversations dedicated to it. As someone who is very firmly atheist and finds reli ...more
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Morning Light ของแคทเธอรีน แอนเดอรสัน

เรืองนีเปนเลมทีแปดในชุด Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan ซึงเปนชือตระกูลสามตระกูลทีเกียวพันกันผานการแตงงานของตัวละครใน เรือง (เคนดริทแตงงานกับคูลเตอร และคูลเตอรกมาแตงงานกับแฮรริแกน) โดยเลมนีมาถึงสวนทีเปนคาแรคเตอรในตระกูลแฮรริแกนแลวคะ

ลอนี แมคยวนมีพลังพิเศษ เธอสามารถมองเหนเหตุการณในอนาคตได แตนีกเปนเสมือนคำสาปทีติดตามตัวเธอมาตลอด จนทำใหหญิงสาวตองยายออกจากบานมายังทีหางไกล ทีทีไมมีใครรูวา เธอคือใคร แตแลวภาพนิมิตรทีเหนมองเหนขณะแตะตัวคลินท แฮรริแกนอยางบังเอิญในซุปเปอรมารเก
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Filipa
I've read a lot of books by Catherine Anderson, mostly books that belong to the series Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan and so I thought I knew what to expect with these books. Although I've bought this book two years ago I thought I should keep this book on my shelf and wait to read it in a good time. I was really hoping to read a good romance and I really missed reading something about the Harrigans and the rest of the extended family. But, this book was kind of a disappointment because it isn't what ...more
Melissa McHugh
I read reviews of this book before I bought it and I decided that I would wait to purchase it until I had extra money because most of the reviews were scathing and I found very few intelligent ones that had anything positive to say. Usually that would turn me off completely but I own every single Anderson novel I could get my hands on so I decided to give it a chance. I ended up having the extra money, I bought it and I read it over the next few days.[return][return]I should have spent it on som ...more
Christine
This book was disappointing, compared to the other Catherine Andersno books I've read. Since this book featured a clairvoyant, I expected to like it quite a bit, because I am drawn to paranormal stories, but I just wasn't drawn into these characters or circumstances. Loni, the daughter and granddaughter of gifted seers, didn't seem believable to me. She shouldn't have been an untrained bundle of nerves with two living generations of clairvoyants behind her. I thought, perhaps, there wasn't a way ...more
Alice
Mar 06, 2012 Alice rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fiction, romance
RATING STAR: 2,5 (actually)

Terkadang memiliki sesuatu yang sangat berbeda dapat sangat mengganggu. Terlebih jika hal itu adalah suatu yang tidak dapat diterima oleh sebagian besar masyarakat.
Itulah yang di alami oleh Loni McEwen. Setelah mendapat penglihatan mengenai anak dari koboi impiannya, dia memutuskan untuk menemukan anak itu, walau hal itu akan mengirim ingatan buruk yang tak pernah Ia lupakan seumur hidup. Bersama Clint Harrigan, seorang 'koboi' impian yang adalah peternak kuda, pergi m
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Rhapsody
Dec 09, 2015 Rhapsody rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: hardcore Anderson fans, romance readers who like female clairvoyants
When I saw the "Never Before In Print" text on the back cover, I suspected that this one would be a dud. I was right. It's so much worse than Anderson's usual that I'm tempted to give it just one star. Usually I finish her books in one or two sittings. This one, I read on and off for over a week. That says A LOT, because I usually love books about female clairvoyants.

Basically, Loni's a psychic who's been dreaming of this cowboy all her life. When she meets him, she *sees* that his son is in dan
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Kat
Jul 12, 2012 Kat rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Robyn
Feb 01, 2016 Robyn rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Much better than Star Bright. Clint Harrigan is a man that I can get behind. He isn't annoyingly perfect and overbearing. He has his flaws and he has a sad story in his past, but he is a good man. I was hesitant to pick up the book based on the back cover. I don't really believe in the clairvoyant hocus pocus, but Catherine Anderson was able to spin this tale in a totally believable way.
Sueij
Feb 12, 2010 Sueij rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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Jodi
Apr 30, 2011 Jodi rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2011-read
This was a very sweet love story. Loni MacEwan is a genuine psychic who has always railed against her gift. Until a vision showed a little boy in danger and his father was her dream cowboy, a man who had been in her dreams since she was 5. Clint Harrigan believes psychics are against his Catholic religion but when she approaches him with her story, he finds himself leaning toward believing her, albeit reluctantly. In many ways, the story is unrealistic (she takes to camping and outdoor life with ...more
KimKirt
Aug 10, 2010 KimKirt rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book had gotten mixed review, mostly, I believe, because the author delves more heavily into religion and God and Catholicism in this book then she has in any of her others (at least the ones that I've read). I'm not a Christian Fiction reader, in fact, not sure I've read any, but I loved this book. Catherine Anderson is one of my favorite authors because of her character development and sweet romantic stories. I also love her stories because you aren't reading about lovers angst throughout ...more
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