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Book Review of Taming the Barbarian (Men of the Mist, Bk 1)

Taming the Barbarian (Men of the Mist, Bk 1)
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From the inside front cover:

Since escaping a dangerously abusive marriage, Fleurette Eddings, Lady Glendowne, has reveled in her freedom - turning the heads of the ton with her unrestrained enjoyment of life. But her extravagant purchase of the statue of a fourteenth-century Celtic mercenary seems beyond the pale, even for the vivacious young beauty - especially when a powerful, breathtaking, and oddly familiar stranger mysteriously enters her world....

The warm caress of an exquisite lady has awakened Killian, Sir Hiltsglen, the legendary "Black Celt" from his centuries-long slumber. To end the curse that encased his spirit in cold stone, his destiny is now bound to the infuriating lass who set him free - and who tempts the great warrior with a smoldering sensuality that inflames his barbarian desires. For Fleurette is hiding a dark secret and is in dire need of a champion - and Killian's mission could be compromised by an unbidden love that transcends time.

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