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Taming the Barbarian

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Afabulous historical romantic fantasy

    Seven years have passed since Thomas passed away, but Lady Fleurette Eddings has no plans to ever marry again as she enjoys her freedom especially from abusive spouses. In Paris with friends, she admires the statue of the Black Celt with his wolf. Legend says he was the deadliest mercenary who sold his services to highest bidder until he met the woman who stole his heart. She cannot stop gazing at the statue as if hypnotized by it. She has to make an effort to pull away from its strange attraction...................... Unable to stop herself, Fleurette returns to the statue and caresses it. Shockingly she releases Killian Hiltsglen from his statue home of the past few centuries. The Black Celt knows he must somehow help the lass who freed him, but instead finds he wants to make love to her. She in turn does not trust Killian though she also desires him. However, Fleurette needs a warrior to protect her from one of her friends whose plan is to force her into marriage.................... TAMING THE BARBARIAN is a fabulous historical romantic fantasy that grips the audience from the moment that the Black Celt comes to life only to realize his charge seems unable to trust him. The story line plays out on two subplots that nicely intermingle. First the obvious romance between the lead couple supported by someone who has killed and is willing to do so again to foster his ambitions. Lois Greiman opens her Men of the Mist trilogy with a fine tale................. Harriet Klausner

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