An East Wind Blowing

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Gay Men's Press, 1999 - Fiction - 270 pages
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Mel Keegan's latest historical romance is set in the very depths of the Dark Ages, in the northeast of a country not yet known as England. The Romans have recently departed, though fragments of their world still linger on. The native Britons are being pressed back by the barbarian Angles from over the water, as they sail in on the east wind seeking new land to settle. Ronan and Bryn are two young men eager to defend their land against the invaders, but Ronan is a common freeman, and Bryn the son of an overweening lord. As with his Fortunes of War and White Rose of Night, Mel Keegan conjures up an atmospheric tale in which love between men is forged in the battles they must fight.

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User Review  - krysteria - LibraryThing

I really had a hard time getting into the historical aspect of this one. I'm not sure I completely understood when it was supposed to be taking place and what kind of world it was supposed to be. I ... Read full review


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Keegan has written several action packed gay adventure stories.

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