Synopses & Reviews
The most reckless and fierce of the MacLeod brothers, Quinn is a prisoner of the god inside him, tormented by his inability to save his family from slaughter. His fury governs him, and day by day he loses himself to the darkness in his soul. But Quinn has a profound yearning for a woman's love. . . .
Raised by Druids, the achingly beautiful Marcail is as spellbinding as the ancient magic that surges through her body. To Quinn, she is the most desirable woman he has ever known. But to his enemy Deirdre, she is the perfect bait to lure Quinn into her trap. Once the two lovers are in her wicked grasp, their passion will be put to the ultimate test.
"This superbly written story will draw [fans] into the dramatic romance and powerful emotions of the characters. . . . This tale is highly memorable and leads straight into the next installment." ---Romantic Times
In the third novel of Donna Grant's Dark Sword series, Deirdre decides to use the beautiful Marcail as bait to lure Quinn into a trap.
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.