This romance novel is a good-starter for an innocent. The love scenes are kept to a minimum, but the story line is good. The story definetely has characters that are lovable, and the story line itself is unique and mystical.
exciled to become a slave...off the shore of Ireland did Muriel see her future....
An eraly summer storm raged off the coast of western Ireland, and Muriel watched. From inside the protective walls of Dun Farraige, she could see nothing; yet her water mirror showed all. The moonlight reflected in that bronze dish revealed the face of a man-one struggling to overcome the sea.
He was an exile, of course. Whoe else would be cast into the ocean with so little hope of survival? By clan law, exiles were to be made slaves. Yet something ennobled this man. The stranger's face made Muriel yearn for both his safety and his freedom. She, who was raised as the daughter of a nobleman, had a terrible secret. And she couldn't help but believe that this handsome visitor-swaddled in mist and delivered to the rain-swept shores beneath her Dun-would be her salvation.