The gentle sister of Ireland’s most infamous rebel, Maire O’Byrne remains ever loyal to country and clansmen—until a strange twist of fate carries her to Lord Duncan FitzWilliam, the proud Norman master of Longford Castle. And now she must feign amnesia to ensure her brother’s safety—even as her yearning heart seeks the warm shelter of an enemy’s arms.
A man of peace in a land seething with rage, Lord Duncan is touched by this mysterious, afflicted lady whom he believes is a pawn in a dangerous family intrigue. Yet desire is Duncan’s greatest peril, for his need commands him to tear down the wall of secrets that stand between him and beautiful Maire—and to give himself fully and passionately to a love some would call treason.
"Miriam Minger writes a captive/captor romance of adventure and passion that enthralls readers. The intense sexual tension and power of the story will enrapture readers who adore the fulfillment of love wrapped in fantasy." - Romantic Times
“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)
I enjoyed this book so much that I didn’t want it to finish. Maire is a fighter who just wants to be a normal women and forget about her disability. She beautiful inside and out. Duncan is a man haunted by his memories and protect those he is responsible for. They are supposed to be mortal enemies but fate brings them together. Duncan tries to protect her but there are many forces working against them. Despite all the odds they are attracted to each other and grow closer together. Follow the action as they work towards their happily ever after.
Too drawn out
The historical context was good, but the story was too drawn out. The girl is always trembling or something. She hardly speaks, but it’s a change from book 1 where Triona was too outspoken.
Is Niall's story coming out?