By Ed on May 13, 2014
I am a true Southerner from a small town in Alabama. That being said, I like to sit down and enjoy a good FICTION and while reading The Wind of Destiny, it literally took me on a journey back home to the true south. The accent she portrays is true. Catherine is truly a gifted writer. She has written a book that a teenager to senior can enjoy.
By Charlene on June 3, 2014
I enjoyed this book. The writer did a good job and did good research on the time period. Some of it related to her family. I also liked that the language was clean. Good read.
Even though The Wind of Destiny is temporarily out of print, you can still get an Author Signed copy from my upcoming book signings. See my blog page.
Publisher Notes: The Wind of Destiny
If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, Defying the odds, theirs would be a faith to challenge lovers, as destiny spans the distance between them and weaves a master plan upon the lives they touch. Colleen McFarland promises her dying father that their Kentucky plantation, Shushan, would continue its legacy, but when a dashing Rough Rider named Frank Smith steps into her life, suddenly her heart has a will of its own. Amber McFarland finds herself in love with the worldly Samuel Sloan. Like the bibical Ruth, she leaves her kindred for the prairies of Colorado. Can Colleen sustain Shushan for Amber and her children if something should happen to Samuel? An uncompleted will, a disgruntled in-law and a vindictive lawyer places the McFarland clan into the clutches of life as tangled web of deception and greed. Colleen realizes Frank is the only one who can save Shushanas legacy a but will he? Set within the post-Civil War era, this spellbinding novel of love and death tells an unforgettable story of the Old South.
Details for the Wind Of DestinyPaperback: 333 pagesPublisher: PublishAmerica (March 27, 2006)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 1413780806ISBN-13: 978-1413780802Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inchesShipping Weight: 1.1 pounds