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UNDER A WILD SKY
by Sasha Lord

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Medieval Scotland

2004 Best Medieval-Set Historical Romance Award Winner

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Ronin McTaver survives a murderous attack by the Serpent on his family and flees into Loch Nideon Forest with a sacred tapestry that holds the key to
a legendary treasure.

When Kalial, princess and guardian
of the forest, sees him enter the woods, she and her men attack. Ronin takes
her hostage, believing that she's a boy.
Kal feels an overwhelming attraction to Ronin, just as he experiences a strong need to protect the "boy." As they struggle to stay ahead of the Serpent, they become involved in a thrilling series of adventures that sweep them through fires, a Gypsy camp, battles with evil, an ocean voyage and a journey deep into their hearts.

Lord's debut is a powerful, highly romantic adventure with marvelous
mystical overtones. Like a lush fairy tale, the story unfolds against a backdrop brimming with fascinating characters,
a legend of grand proportions and magical animals such as the panther-like Scottish wildcat. SENSUAL (Feb., 417
pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Signet

Published: February 2004

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