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Even in ancient Ireland, Boyden is a different sort of man. He is part human and part fey. He is often called the Wind Herald, since he has the ability to call up killing winds. Despite his talents and strengths, he becomes a captive of invaders of his land. He senses his captor, Princess Scota, may be in danger from the pig-nosed leader of her soldiers. Boyden kidnaps Scota and they flee with an old druidess and two special children. Before escaping, Boyden was cut with a Darkshade dagger that makes him quite ill. Boyden must trust Scota to help him heal.
They should be enemies, but Scota and Boyden form a bond that seems predestined. Boyden even uses one of his tribal rituals to mark Scota. Scota is a strong, brave woman in a time when most women were considered little more than property. Boyden is an alpha male, but with a tender side that makes him a sure bet to charm readers.
WHITE FELLS is a marvelous mix of fantasy and romance. The lilting dialog and lyrical descriptions are in perfect counterpoint with suspenseful action. Magic is an important element in the storyline, but the true theme is that love is timeless. The author has thoughtfully provided some notes about ancient Irish history and a glossary of terms. This novel is part of a series, but the book stands perfectly well on its own. This is a tale that is sure to appeal to the growing number of fans of paranormal romance.
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