Lady Miracle

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Wheeler Pub., 1998 - Fiction - 452 pages
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She had a golden light in her hair - and heat and magic in her hands. She was called 'Lady Miracle', possessed of a gift that made her feared by the superstitious Scots of her homeland. No one knew of the secret sorrow in Michaelmas Faulkner's past. Yet for one man, she was his only hope. It was on the battlefield that Diarmid Campbell first saw the lass who could cure the sick with just a touch. Even after she seemed to vanish into the mist, he couldn't forg her. Now he needed her - more than ever.

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Diarmid and Michael. In this case, Michael is a girl's name. They first met in the aftermath of a battle, tending to the wounded. Each was awed by the other's gift, but they passed like ships in the ... Read full review


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King is a Ph.D. candidate in medieval art history at the University of Maryland.

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