A harrowing car crash, a reluctant hero, and a life-changing disability. Carol McPhee weaves a tapestry of colorful characters into a page-turning love story filled with secrets, lies, betrayal, and the healing power of true love.
Contemporary, Historical and Paranormal Romance
Witch Hunt—New Concepts Publishing (March 2006)
Lost Lady—Wings ePress (May 2006)
Alaskan Hideaway—Wings ePress (Aug. 2006)
Broken Wing—Wings ePress (Sept. 2006)
Carol McPhee’s None So Blind is an above average soap opera with willful, redheaded Kate McTavish continually trying to run away from herself and her problems, real and imagined. Dayton Deveraux, is the man who rescues her from her burning car. However, he is wary of hot-headed, redheaded women. I found this book well plotted with emotional conflicts and problems for both hero and heroine. It makes you wonder if love can really overcome their dilemmas.
Queen Of Candelore
Carol McPhee has written a spell-binding novel in which both Kate and Dayton face one painful situation after another, as they grow to love one another. They must both mature, and learn to accept what they can’t change. None So Blind is a beautiful love story where both the hero and heroine learn that love and trust can indeed be the cornerstone of a lasting relationship. This is one of those hard-to-put-aside novels where you must read the next page to find out what’s going to happen next.
The Brides of Owl's Head
The Secrets of Hanson Hall,
Most of Carol’s life has been spent in Nova Scotia, Canada, and that is why the locales for her stories are often centered there. She likes to write what she knows. She spent a year interning as a dietitian in Detroit, then moved to Alberta after her marriage. Two of her novels take place in Alberta.
The call of the Maritimes becoming too strong to resist, she and Karl returned to NS to raise a family of four children. Now free of those demands and with Karl’s tremendous support and computer guidance, she is able to focus on her imagination and write, starting in the wee hours of the morning, whether at home, in a motel or in a tent.