"Another winner for Dawn Thompson!"
The Falcon's Bride is a love story--of a mother's
sacrifice for her son, as well as the passion between Roc
Theo Barrington travels to Ireland with the intention of
marrying Nigel Cosgrove. While Theo has her doubts, she
knows this match will be a good one for her father's
finances. Enter one old Gypsy lady who tells Theo she's
the Black Falcon's bride. But the Black Falcon is a
legend--half Irish lord and half Gypsy, not a real man,
and dead long ago. Still, at the Winter Solstice, Theo is
drawn to a 5,000-year-old passage tomb called Newgrange,
where she is transported to the arms of Ros Drumcondra,
the Black Falcon. And the passion begins.
Talk about a delicioso hero--Ros Drumcondra fills the bill
and more. Yum. Theo Barrington is strong enough as well
as smart enough to be his match in both wits and passion.
The Falcon's Bride is a compelling story you won't want to
put down. Every offering from this talented author gets
better and better. This book is definitely a keeper!
author of Faery Special Romances
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 22, 2006