Maiden of the Winds
Marrying to escape her parents' wrath, Keavy is surprised that the man who comes to her bed is not her husband--but the virile Irish King Aengus, who comes to fulfill his First Night duty. Only then does Keavy realize what she'd given up by marrying for convenience. Original.
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