Lady Miracle

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1997 - Fiction - 383 pages
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On a Scottish battlefield, a dashing man desperately seeks out a healer of the Highlands--a beautiful woman rumored to be capable of miraculously curing with her touch. But in order for him to enlist her aid in rejuvenating his stricken niece, he must reclaim her family's estate in the Isles. It's a trade that will take them on a perilous journey, but one that may end in another miracle--that of magical love.

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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

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1997)

Susan King, a Ph.D. candidate in medieval art history at the University of Maryland, took time off from her dissertation to write her first historical romance, The Black Thorne's Rose. The Sword Maiden marks her tenth novel celebrating the wonderful, magical, and sublimely romantic setting of Scotland. She is a native of New York, and currently lives in Maryland, with her husband and their three sons. Be sure to look for her next historical romance, coming soon from Signet. Susan loves to hear from her readers. She can be reached at P.O. Box 356, Damascus, MD 20872. Please include an SASE for a response.

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