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Tricia McGill
Tricia McGill was born in London but moved to Australia years ago where she settled in Victoria. Her published books cross sub-genres, and include contemporary, historical, mainstream, time-travel and futuristic, but all are romances. Most of her contemporary romances are set in Victoria where... show more
Tricia McGill was born in London but moved to Australia years ago where she settled in Victoria. Her published books cross sub-genres, and include contemporary, historical, mainstream, time-travel and futuristic, but all are romances. Most of her contemporary romances are set in Victoria where she lives. Tricia is an avid animal lover and horses and dogs feature in most of her books. Her favorite genre is time-travel where she loves to travel back to times and places long gone. Reviews and excerpts of all her books can be read on her web page. Tricia's best achievement was winning the RWAu Romantic Book of The Year (R*BY) in 2003 with her mainstream, Traces of Dreams, (now re-published as Remnants of Dreams) which was based on her mother's life.

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MerissaArchaeolibrarian
MerissaArchaeolibrarian rated it 2 years ago
Powerful Destiny is a two-tone story - the first half is set in 850ad, and the second in contemporary times. Both feature a man called Rolf, and a woman called Brigid, and tell you how the two of them meet, both in ancient times and now.Three quarters of the book is set in 850ad, with only a small p...
Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it 3 years ago
Fate, destiny, love. Strong through time. I enjoyed reading this story beginning with the Celts and Norsemen. Brigid was a strong woman, accepting of her fate, and realizing her destiny was with her love. Rolf knew his fate, his destiny was to be with this woman, and he treated her with such respect...
The Tired Buyer
The Tired Buyer rated it 3 years ago
The Vikings were a greatly feared people, and they ranged far and wide. This was seen in how Ms. McGill explains Rolf in the first half of the story but when Rolf sees his "destiny" he realizes she's meant to be his although he is now her enemy and her captor. Brigid has to learn to accept the fate ...
mommyamers
mommyamers rated it 3 years ago
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! This was a different type of story. It promises to be a bit paranormal and a bit contemporary. I can’t disagree with that, however, I do think it is on quite the light side of paranormal. It’s an interesting story full of discovery. T...
T's Stuff too
T's Stuff too rated it 3 years ago
I chose this book because I am a avid reader of paranormal. I love books about ghosts. When I saw this book had the spirit of a little girl I jumped at the chance to read it. I was a little disappointed that the book did not center a little more on the ghost aspect it was still a very good read. The...
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