DAWN OF LOVE
Rating: 5 Cups
Abused since childhood by an evil uncle, Fiona Ingean Buchanon, an orphaned Scottish lass, ran away. Chased by her uncle and equally evil fiancé, she flees to the one place she knew they would never go... Burgis Keep.
Alasdair Cridhe Dubh, otherwise known as the “Beast of the Keep” to the townspeople, lives a solitary life in his run-down castle. He does not take kindly to a run-away girl sneaking into his home.
Fiona soon discovers that she has stepped into a world beyond her wildest dreams, where nothing is as it seems. With the help of Derry, Alasdair’s most trusted friend, Fiona and Laird Alasdair must discover a way to defeat the evil demi-god that is threatening him, while resisting the growing passion that could destroy them.
Starla Childs has succeeded in transporting the reader to 15th century Scotland. Not only can the reader experience the historical feeling through her words, but she also takes the reader to a magical place. The hero will make readers swoon, while cheering on the heroine. The cast of characters is original, colorful, and of mythical proportions. The story itself flows well and the reader is kept salivating for more by tantalizing flashbacks. Dawn of Love is a unique and entertaining story of love that knows no bounds. I am ready for a sequel!
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