Image of Duchess of Sin (Daughters of Erin)


Image of Duchess of Sin (Daughters of Erin)

This story is peopled with fascinating characters including a young, impulsive, yet mature and brave heroine. It also has an emotional secondary romance. It painlessly imparts much of the history of Ireland in this time and readers will be eager to read the final story in McKee’s Daughters of Erin trilogy.

Lady Anna Blacknall has no desire to marry, though Conlan McTeer, the Duke of Adair, intrigues her. He was involved with the ambush two years ago of her brother-in-law’s regiment, and Anna doesn’t trust him, but can’t deny an attraction. They meet at a masked ball at an exclusive, scandalous club, and Conlan sends her running home with a kiss. As they become involved, she has a dilemma: Does she ally herself with Conlan, or take the apparently safer route and marry his cousin for her family’s sake? (FOREVER, Dec., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley