The O'Byrne Brides, Book 3
Promised in marriage to a brutal Norseman, Nora MacTorkil flees in terror the night before the wedding. The daughter of the richest merchant in Dublin, she knows she must hide—but where? In the moonlight, she makes a desperate run along the dock hoping to conceal herself aboard one of her father’s ships. Until Nora trips and tumbles into the River Liffey, her cry for help cut off as the dark water closes over her head…
Many drunken nights have passed and still, Niall O’Byrne cannot free himself from memories of the woman who betrayed him and broke his heart. The brother of Ireland’s most infamous rebel, he rode away from Glenmalure in a wild attempt to escape his misery and vowed to never love again. Yet a half-drowned damsel in distress moves Niall so fiercely that he’ll do anything to protect her from the beast who would claim her.
“Miriam Minger is a master storyteller who illustrates the full gamut of emotions felt by her characters. Emotions so strong that you are pulled into the pages and into their lives.” - Inside Romance
"With Miriam Minger, you're assured of a good read!" - Heartland Critiques
Enjoy all four books in Miriam Minger’s bestselling The O’Byrne Brides Series:
Book 1: WILD ANGEL (Ronan and Triona)
Book 2: WILD ROSES (Duncan and Maire)
Book 3: WILD MOONLIGHT (Niall and Nora)
Book 4: ON A WILD WINTER’S NIGHT (a holiday novella)
Beautifully done. My favorite O’Byrne has found a wife in the most unusual way. Niall has been burying in his sorrows in drink for awhile. Nora is running away from marriage to a monster. An accidental meeting bring these two together. Once again the author has scripted a magnificent story. It is filled with passion and action that will leave you eager to turn the pages. You will immerse yourself in all the action as it unfolds to a glorious ending.
just one negative
I loved this series especially the first two books. The only negative thing I have to say is that this book is so short and rushed compared to the other two. It never went into detail about anything really. We are just told that they love each other without actually showing how they fell in love? Not sure if that makes sense. I loved the characters in all three books, I just hated that I feel like I didn’t get to know Nora as much as I did Triona or Maire!
4.5 stars only because the ending was a little abrupt. I loved the book, and I'm so glad Niall received his happy ending!