Good Revolutionary War story about a bonded servant who leaves trouble in Ireland and comes to America with one thought in mind: to find a place for himself where he would never again bend a knee to anyone. Good story.
Lori C. (sciezka) reviewed The Fallon Blood (Fallon Chronicles, Bk 1) on
This is a very interesting book, set in Revolutionary times. I really liked it, but I wouldn't recommend the sequel (a main part of its plot concerns the romantic relationship between the half-brother and half-sister of the hero of this novel). The author also writes as Robert Jordan.
Eva R. (evamay) reviewed The Fallon Blood (Fallon Chronicles, Bk 1) on
Micheal Fallon , bonded servant, with trouble in Ireland just behind him, comes to the New Worldwith one desire-to found a dynasty that need bend the jnee to none.
In Charleston, South Carolina, Fallon begins. From bondsman to rice planter, from planter to privateer; from the beautiful, disturbingly sensual Elizabeth Carver to the lovely and loving Gabrielle Fourrier; from peace to the greatest Revolution the world has ever seen-a novel beating with the passion of THE FALLON BLOOD!