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by Bertrice Small

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: 17th-century England

2002 Best British-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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Skye O'Malley's legacy continues when Patrick Leslie becomes Duke of Glenkirk.
With his mother away, it is up to him to care for Glenkirk and its people. He realizes that one of his
obligations is to marry.

Flanna Brodie has taken over her
mother's forgotten and deserted castle in hopes of finding the freedom she
desires. Yet when her father agrees to marry her
to Patrick, she has little say in the matter. The desire and passions Patrick
arouse in her soon have Flanna convinced that both marriage and independence can
be hers.

Caught up in the raging political intrigues of the time, Flanna and Patrick are
ensnared in a web of danger, and a passion greater than either has ever dreamed

Flanna is a true Bertrice Small heroine-vibrant, feisty, courageous, and sensual.
Readers will enjoy her adventures and her passions as they become involved in the
rich historical backdrop and the well-drawn secondary characters. Ms. Small has
once again merged history and romance to perfection in this latest installment of
Skye's Legacy. VERY SENSUAL (Feb., 300 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Kensington

Published: February 2002

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