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"An Unique Tale..."

Senna de Valery is an English woman who has journeyed to Ireland to make a business deal with Lord Rardove. She's there to sell her prized sheep for their high quality wool, but Lord Rardove has other plans for Senna. He wants her for the recipe to make the legendary dye. To keep her at his side and do as she is told, Rardove plans on marrying her against her will.

Finian O'Melaghlin is an important emissary to the king of Ireland. He is being held in Rardove's dungeon. Senna comes up with a plan to free Finian in hopes the man will take her with him and help her return home.

Ms. Kennedy has written a unique tale with her own spin on a legendary dye. The research done for the tale was extensive, taking the reader back in time. Finian and Senna's relationship is believable. As they are on the run, they learn to trust one another. There's twist and turns to the tale and few surprises along the way. This is an enjoyable read that historical romance enthusiasts will not want to miss.

Reviewed by: Karen Michelle Nutt, author

Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted July 12, 2011

SUMMARY

As his men are slaughtered around him, legendary Irish warrior Finian O'Melaghlin is held captive by the despised English Lord Rardove. Struggling to break free, Finian finds aid from an unlikely source: the beautiful Senna de Valery, who is also trying to escape Rardove's bloodthirsty grasp. Risking both their lives, Senna releases Finian from his shackles so they can both flee, but their plight has just begun...Seeking safe refuge, Finian and Senna have only each other to depend on for survival. Neither can deny their immediate attraction, but indulging their desires will put them both in grave danger. Finian vows to protect the woman who saved his life, but he soon learns she is a pawn in a much larger battle. For Senna has an unbreakable link to a priceless treasure many centuries old. It is the stuff from which dreams are made and for which men will kill - and not even Finian may be strong enough to save her.

 

The Irish Warrior
by Kris Kennedy

Zebra
June 1, 2010
Available: June 1, 2010
ISBN #1420106538
EAN #9781420106534
352 pages
Paperback
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