Born of the Sun

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Penguin Group USA, Mar 1, 1991 - Fiction - 512 pages
16 Reviews
Captured by the West Saxons in the sixth century, Niniane, a princess of the Celts, finds her arranged marriage to the king's son put off by the groom's death, leading her to elope with the deceased's brother

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Review: Born of the Sun (Dark Ages of Britain #2)

User Review  - Shwetha - Goodreads

amazing!!! this story stayed in my mind for days after reading it.a good story is one that makes an impact and this one did... like all joan wolf stories. what can i say? loved the hero, loved the heoine, loved the story.wish i could get my hands on another book like this one Read full review

Review: Born of the Sun (Dark Ages of Britain #2)

User Review  - Diane Adam - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book: in some ways more so than The Road to Avalon, as I knew very little about this era in history and had never heard of the main character, Cewlin. So I learnt some facts ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
22
Section 3
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About the author (1991)

Joan Wolf lives in Milford, Connecticut, with her husband and two children. In her spare time she rides her horse, walks her dog, and roots fanatically for the New York Yankees and UConn Huskies.

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