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TAMING HER IRISH WARRIOR
by Michelle Willingham

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1180 England

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Willingham continues her MacEgan Brothers series with Ewan's story, a sensual tale of a warrior woman and a determined man who ignore the passion between them until it consumes them. Readers will enjoy the well-rounded characters, full of energy and heat.

Impoverished but well
connected, Ewan MacEgan is determined to marry the Ardennes heiress, Katherine. She is the woman of his dreams -- sweet, kind, gentle. Everything Katherine's warrior-like sister Honora is not. Yet it is Honora he
lusts for. But Honora is a widow
without lands or dowry on the run
from her evil stepson.

When their passion ruins his engagement to Katherine, Honora
is forced to flee her father's home
with her enemy on her heels. Ewan
rescues her again and takes her home to Ireland. Trouble follows them there, and it's not until they learn to fight together instead of against each other that they can defeat their enemies
and win the greatest treasure of all
-- love. (HARLEQUIN, Oct., 288 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: October 2009

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