This is a fairly typical story that holds the readers' interest with its strong, yet vulnerable characters and the satisfying plotline.

Hugh doesn't remember exactly who he is, but he knows that he was on his way to Ireland. He meets Sorcha, the High King's daughter, who has been banished because of a marriage that was not sanctioned by her father.

When she first sees him, Hugh thinks there's recognition in her eyes. Someone is out to hurt Sorcha and her son, and Hugh decides that he will protect them. He begins to remember more about his past and why he was on his way to Ireland. But who is trying to kill Sorcha, and will he be able to protect the woman he has fallen in love with? (HARLEQUIN, Apr., 300 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill Brager