Laird of the Wind

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1998 - Fiction - 352 pages
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In medieval Scotland, the warrior known as Border Hawk seizes the castle belonging to the father of the beautiful Isabel Scott, famous throughout the Lowlands for her gift of prophecy. During the battle, Isabel is injured while fighting alongside her men, and placed under Border Hawk's protection. As the border wars rage on, the warrior and prophetess engage in a more intimate conflict, discovering that their love for the Scottish borderlands is surpassed only by their love for each other.

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Review: Laird of the Wind (Celtic Nights #4)

User Review  - Patricia Kate - Goodreads

This book consisted of Scottish history, falconry, and adventure with a little bit of romance (and even a paranormal element, as well). I would have preferred the romance to be a bigger part of the ... Read full review

Review: Laird of the Wind (Celtic Nights #4)

User Review  - Anne - Goodreads

Set in 14th century Scotland, Isobel has the gift of visions which is zealously guarded by her father and the family priest. Her father betroths her to Ralph Leslie, a knight who she has misgivings ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
13
Section 3
23
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About the author (1998)

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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