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FEATHER ON THE WIND by CATHERINE SNODGRASS

Summary

On the night of the autumnal equinox, Raina Cotterell uncovers a corridor while searching for the tomb of an ancient Mayan ruler. She and her colleagues step from 1970 to 750 and into a ceremony to select a bride for the Mayan prince, Al-Mon. The Mayans believe she is the chosen bride sent as a gift from the gods.

To protect one of her colleagues, Raina agrees to wed Al- Mon. In the months which follow she falls in love with her prince, and finally tells him why she cannot stay. The pain of her revelation haunts Al-Mon, for he does not wish to live in a world without her. He decides his only solution is to replace his look-alike, Burke O'Neill, in the future. He must find a way to convince Burke to stay and to avoid another more deadly foe who will do anything to keep the men from switching places.

Additional Information

This title will be rereleased in March 2003.

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Feather on the Wind
by Catherine Snodgrass

RFI West
October 1, 2001
ISBN #1586978217
220 pages
Paperback (reprint)
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