Windswept by Ann Macela

Medallion Press Inc.


ISBN: 978-1933-836348

Reviewed by Emma




Dr. Barrett Browning had an opportunity to look over and catalog a wonderful collection of papers from a plantation owner’s wife, the ancestor of Davis Jamison, the papers’ current owner. Papers that could make Barrett’s career.

Davis Jamison is not sure what he is going to do with regard to the papers from his great, great grandmother. He does however know he is attracted to Barrett and he has promised his late grandfather that he would take care of the papers.

Windswept is wonderful. Ann Macela goes from diary format to present time writing styles seamlessly. The details are just the right combination of research and fiction. Windswept has some suspense but mostly is just an unexpectedly smooth, delightful read.


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