Historical Romance- Among the feuding Scottish Clans of the Highlands,tales of fierce Parlan MacGuin were legendary. So when lovely young Aimil was taken captive while riding the moors,she feared for both her life and her virtue. Parlan's gentle touch soon convinced her she would not be physically harmed,but his wildly thrilling kiss told her that her heart was in grave danger. Parlan had made it clear he meant to posses both Aimil and her magnificent white stallion, Elfking. A word from Aimil would give him mastery of the horse,but only love would tame Elfking's Lady
A little stretched out but and all around a good read!
Early Hannah Howell. A little long but a great read.
We've all heard of my kingdom for a horse, but my virtue for a horse? Aimil, her brother, and her beloved stallion Elfking are captured by Parlan MacGuin. Parlan, a "stallion" in his own right, gives Aimil the choice of going free without her horse or becoming his mistress (consequently also losing her horse). A girl with her priorities straight, Aimil soon joins Parlan in his bed for some feisty rides. A jealous mistress and a cruel betrothed descend on the castle to wreak havoc. Parlan and Aimil are wed, kidnappings and shootings abound, and in the end (literally) Elfking's lady finds herself well loved indeed.