Synopses & Reviews
He is magnificently strong—and dangerously seductive. One of the fiercest of his clan, Lucan MacLeod is a legend among warriors, inspiring fear in man and woman alike. For three hundred years, he has locked himself away from the world, hiding the vengeful god imprisoned in his soul. But then, a young lass caught in a raging storm awakens his deepest impulses . . . and darkest desires.
Cara doesn't believe the rumors about MacLeod castle—until the majestic Highland warrior appears like a fiery vision in the storm, pulling her into his powerful arms, and into his world of magic and Druids. An epic war between good and evil is brewing. And Lucan must battle his all-consuming attraction for Cara—or surrender to the flames of a reckless, impossible love that threatens to destroy them both.
"Sensual, dark and enchanting . . . sure to leave [fans] craving more!" ---Lara Adrian
In this first book in a breathtaking new series from bestselling author Donna Grant, the bold and passionate Lucan MacLeod—one of three brothers cursed by dark magic for eternity—is driven by desire for the one woman he dare not let himself possess.
About the Author
Bestselling, award-winning author Donna Grant has been praised for her "totally addictive" and "unique and sensual" stories. She is the author of more than twenty novels spanning multiple genres of romance-Scottish Medieval, dark fantasy, time travel, paranormal, and erotic. Her books include the Dark Sword series, the Dark Warriors series, the Dark Kings series, the Druids Glen series, the Sisters of Magic series, and several stand-alone titles, including Forever Mine and Primal Heat. She lives in Texas with her husband and two children. Antony Ferguson is a native of London, England. Upon leaving Bretton Hall School of Drama, he worked extensively in English regional repertory theaters, most notably playing the lead in Edward II, Don Juan, and Lord Byron in a production of Camino Real for Alan Ayckbourn's theater company. He has appeared several times on London's West End, winning the award for best actor as Jimmy Porter in an award-winning production of Look Back in Anger and playing the lead in The Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew by Robert Bolt. Upon moving to New York City, Antony worked Off Broadway, in regional theater, and on national tours, where he specialized in classical theater, and has won several awards for his work. He also has a thriving business in the world of voice-over and is especially fond of narrating audiobooks. He currently lives in Los Angeles.