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CELTIC FIRE
by Joy Nash

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Setting: Second Century AD, Britannia

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Aulus dies in Britannia and his
ghost haunts his brother, Roman
soldier Lucius Ulpius Aquila. When Lucius travels to take over his brother's post in Britannia, he notices the ghost
disappears only in the presence of a
captive woman, Rhiannon.

Her Roman captors don't know Rhiannon is a Celtic queen. She witnessed the death of Aulus and the imprisonment of his soul in the circle of stones by the Celtic wizard. Her growing love for Lucius means she must escape soon and somehow stop the death of another Roman commander.

Nash creates a suspenseful, haunting and high-tension romance between conqueror and captive in a sensually realistic setting. A top-notch read. SENSUAL (Jun., 309 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Gerry Benninger

Publisher: Love Spell

Published: June 2005

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