Young, pregnant witch, Alainn McCreary, is forced to rely on her mysterious and unpredictable magical powers in an attempt to protect the life of her strong and courageous new husband, Killian O’Brien, and the life of their unborn child, battling against all odds waged by a powerful and corrupt chieftain, a vengeful curse, and malevolent dark forces unleashed by a scheming demon.
Set in mystically enchanting, but dark and dangerous 16th Century Ireland where fairies, witches, spirits, and demons dwell among humans, the Chieftain’s Daughter is an enticingly romantic and lustful tale of love, desire, danger, and adventure.
The Chieftain's Daughter
This was a wonderful conclusion to the trilogy. It was very suspenseful and I didn't want to put the book down as I needed to see how things worked out for Alainn and Killian. They certainly had their share of trials and difficulties. This story was definitely an emotional roller coaster and I loved every minute of it.