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Wild Moonlight (The O’Byrne Brides Book 3) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- ASIN : B084FJJ22H
- Publisher : Oliver Heber Books (February 1, 2020)
- Publication date : February 1, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2422 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 166 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B084DFY5YZ
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #29,098 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I liked the honesty the h had in telling why she was fleeing. There is sadness, but also joy. My heart ached for the h in all that transpired, especially the people she lost in such a short time.
The H was trying to get over losing a women he thought he loved until he met out h. His relationship isn't kept from the h and she handled it well. She had low self esteem issues thanks to her awful step mother. The H is caring and loyal and he does right by the h more than once.
There is passionate lovemaking within marriage, heat level 4 out of 5 and described several times. I loved this couple so it was filled with passion and love. Wasn't vulgar to me, but that is aa personal preference.
Nasty villain, very suspenseful, twists, great main and secondary character's, no cheating, no cliffhanger, HEA, romance and steam. I can't improve on the blurb, so not attempting. Just giving some of the things I found interesting, I hope. (ljb)
It’s the story of Nora MacTorkil, the daughter of the richest merchant in Dublin, who flees a dreaded betrothal to a wild Norseman and, in the moonlight, runs along the dock and tumbles into the River Liffey. She is saved by Niall O’Byrne, who was drunk on the dock, still in misery for losing the woman he wanted. Niall is the brother of a rebel and decides to marry Nora to save her and then takes her to his family compound.
At the family’s home, we get to meet other characters, whom you would know if you have read the earlier books in the series. They make cameo appearances here. Knowing the Norse will likely come, they prepare for battle. Nora, a sympathetic person, makes friends and finds a new home. Not much history here but Minger does paint a medieval background that reflects the different factions in Dublin of the time.
All comes right in the end for a happy ending to a well-told tale.
The O’Byrne Brides series:
On a Wild Winter’s Night
Sigurd Skullcrusher, evil, brute, and ugly. He wants the fear from Nora, the gold from her father, and the game from his battles. He is selfish, mean, and uncaring.
Naill O'Bryne, broken-hearted, is trying to stay drunk to avoid the pain of certain from Caitlain his former betrothed. Good, kind, strong, and trustworthy.
The night Nora escapes she trips over Naill only to fall in the river. Naill goes in after her and rescues her. She tells him her issues and he promptly married her. They flew into the night for his home.
This wild take has a few twists that will make you want to keep reading until the end. I enjoyed the characters, plot, and emotional ride with Nora and Naill. This stand alone can be read with the series or not. You will find yourself enthralled and fascinated with this wonderful book.
He rescued Nora and to protect her he married her the same night. This story is full of twists and turns that you will not be able to put it down until the last page.