The valley's fate was in Rafe's hands Everyone wanted to know whether Rafe Glyndower would turn over his father's centuries-old estate to modern lead mining. Catherine's uncle was a farmer-tenant whose livelihood would be ruined; he convinced Catherine that she must confront Rafe. She had known Rafe from childhood. But now he was a man: powerful, handsome-and married. Which shouldn't have mattered, except that suddenly much more was at stake for Catherine than the fate of her uncle's farm!
by Anne Mather
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