Lady Miracle [NOOK Book]

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Diarmid Campbell, warrior and surgeon, first glimpsed the beautiful, mysterious healer known as “Lady Miracle” on a Highland battlefield helping the wounded. Now, years later, desperate to help an ailing child, he searches for her. The lady has learned to hide her gift—but Diarmid brooks no refusal, taking her to his Highland stronghold. There, each must learn to trust and ...
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Lady Miracle

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Overview

Diarmid Campbell, warrior and surgeon, first glimpsed the beautiful, mysterious healer known as “Lady Miracle” on a Highland battlefield helping the wounded. Now, years later, desperate to help an ailing child, he searches for her. The lady has learned to hide her gift—but Diarmid brooks no refusal, taking her to his Highland stronghold. There, each must learn to trust and love again – if they truly want a miracle to happen.
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His miracle
Is her greatest risk . . .
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016241449
  • Publisher: Spencerhill Associates Ltd.
  • Publication date: 3/13/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 86,135
  • File size: 547 KB

Meet the Author

Susan King is the bestselling, award-winning author of over 20 historical novels and novellas, each one praised for historical accuracy, storytelling quality and lyricism. Her first novel, The Black Thorne’s Rose, was published in 1994, followed by many historical romances written as Susan King and as Sarah Gabriel. As Susan Fraser King, she is the author of Lady Macbeth: A Novel, and Queen Hereafter: A Novel of Margaret of Scotland, published in hardcover and trade paperback from Random House. Many of her backlist novels are now available as e-books with more releases planned. A founding member of the successful author blog, “Word Wenches,” she holds a graduate degree in medieval art history and lives in Maryland with her family.

Learn more about Susan’s books and e-books at www.susanfraserking.com and www.wordwenches.com.
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  • Posted May 22, 2013

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    Diarmid and Michael. In this case, Michael is a girl's name. The

    Diarmid and Michael. In this case, Michael is a girl's name. They first met in the aftermath of a battle, tending to the wounded. aEach was awed by the other's gift, but they passed like ships in the night.

    Years later, they are reunited when Diarmid is looking for a miracle for his lame niece. Diarmid tracks down Michael to ask her for help. Though she makes no promises about miracles, she accompanies him to his home.

    In the intervening years, each has married. Michael to a doctor in Italy while she studied medicine herself. The doctor has left her widowed, so she returned home to Scotland. Diarmid is separated from his wife, but forced by the church to remain married to her. As they get reacquainted, they feel the growing love between them, but they know they can never be together.

    Michael is trying to regain her property in Scotland, but as an unmarried women, she is not allowed to take possession of it. It is in the hands of MacSween, a man who's loyalty to the King is questioned.

    Susan King tells a fine tale of love and intrigue. It is well written with a good plot and plenty of sub-stories to keep the reader entranced. Lady Miracle is a lovely historical romance with a touch of magic. Though it takes place after the events of the novel The Angel Knight, it is a completely stand alone novel. However, if you like Lady Miracle, you will also like The Angel Knight - and vice versa. I recommend them both!

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