Book Reviews of Lord of Legend

Lord of Legend
Lord of Legend
Author: Charlene Cross
ISBN-13: 9780671738259
ISBN-10: 0671738259
Publication Date: 8/1/1993
Pages: 336
Rating:
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Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Against a panorama that stretches from the wild Scottish Highlands to the glittering British court, award winning author Charlene Cross spins a tale filled with tangled intrigues and glorious love... A Scotland Flame-haired beauty watched as the hawk swooped after a female sparrow near her castle which sent a chill of foreboding through Chandra Morgan, Lady Lochlaigh. Legend said the ladybird would feel the hawk's talons in her heart as he carried her away. Chandra, young chieftain of the Morgans, felt her fears growing for her cherished heather-covered lands with its warring clans, and the omen of the hawk began to haunt her soul.
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Historical Romance Early 17th Century

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The hawk swooping after a female sparrow near her castle sent a chill of forboding through lovely Chandra Morgan, Lady Lochlaigh. Legend said the ladybird would feel the hawk's talons in her heart as he carried her away. Chandra, young chieftain of the Morgans, felt her fears growing for her cherished heather-covered land with its warring clans, and the omen of the hawk began to haunt her soul...

Cold and wet to the bone, Alexander Hawke, zLord Montbourne, sursed his misfortune at being sent to the godforsaken Northern Highlands. The king himself had appointed Aleck guardian of Lady Lochlaigh and ordered him to find her a husband loyal to the Crown.. Noe, as Castle Lochlaigh stood gray and hostile before him, his infamous temper ignited at the clansmen barring his entrance, but far hotter feeling quickly flared when he beheld Chandra Morgan's flashing eyes.

Chandra knew that here was the hawk of legend come to snare her, yet all her cunning couldn't stop the desire running like fire in her blood...or the kisses that would brand her a traitor if she surrendered to his love...
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Against a panorama that stretches from the wild Scottish Highlands to the glittering British court, Charlene Cross spins a tale about a Scottish beauty and a magnificent English warrior lord.