The Stone Maiden

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Signet, 2000 - Fiction - 340 pages
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In this first part of a trilogy inspired by great Scottish legends, Alainna MacLaren is the last hope of her Highland clan. To save her people, she must wed a man willing to adopt her name. A knight agrees to help her, but has no intention of forsaking his name to marry her.

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Puns aside, I'll explain what I loved. - Goodreads
The plot was intriguing and unpredictable. - Goodreads
I love the way she writes sex scenes! - Goodreads
King as a very poetic style to her writing. - Goodreads

Review: The Stone Maiden (Celtic Nights #1)

User Review  - Alissa - Goodreads

First of the genre I've ever read. I guess it was okay. I love the way she writes sex scenes! It lacks emotion on the general story, though. Read full review

Review: The Stone Maiden (Celtic Nights #1)

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For 1.99 or whatever I tried to decide what else I could buy for the amount of melancholia this provided-- a couple of Xanax, a bullet for a brisk round of Russian roulette, can I find Terms of ... Read full review


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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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