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An Irish Wind
An Irish Wind
Author: Kate O'Donnell
ISBN-13: 9780821758465
ISBN-10: 0821758462
Publication Date: 2/1/1998
Pages: 319
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Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Cian O'Connor watched Bronwynn Fitzhugh toy with her betrothed. Cian despised her conniving ways, but she was his only hope to escape from bondage at Castle Carrick. So the Irish rebel took her hostage, never reckoning that the fiery beauty would become his passionate ally, and risk her life to save his own...

She was King Edward's ward, promised to a nobleman she despised, when the brooding Irishman seduced her with his magical harp. Now Bronwynn was Cian's prisoner, shamelessly abandoned in his arms, caught up in his fight against the ruthless overlord who would stop at nothing to get her back -- and destroy the rebel chieftain who captured her heart and soul.

Here, amidst the wild beauty of 14th century Ireland, a man and a woman discover desire amidst the spoils of war, defying king and country in the name of loveâ¦