Synopses & Reviews
Fearless men, their allegiance is to one another, to the oppressed, and to the secret society known as the Brotherhood of the Sword—and they must never surrender to the passionate yearnings of their noble hearts.
A Lady of Love
Beautiful, peace-loving Rowena knows that Stryder of Blackmoor is a warrior, and is therefore a man to be shunned.
But something burns in the eyes of this powerful knight that she has never seen in others of his kind: a tenderness, and a need to love and be loved. Yet to enter his world would be madness—against every principle by which she has lived her life—so she must resist the yearning that would draw her into his arms.
A Man of War
Duty bound to battle for right, Stryder has never desired the comforts of home and hearth—until he gazed upon the exquisite face and form of the incomparable Rowena. He dares not succumb to her sensuous charms, for Stryder is a man sworn to know no love. But when treachery and danger threaten, the noble knight must stand as the unsuspecting lady's champion—though his actions could cost him his honor, his heart. . . and his forbidden dream of happiness.
A new, high concept medieval series about the Brotherhood of the Sword, combining sensual romance, fast-paced adventure, and a band of unforgettable heroes.
About the Author
A Web designer by trade, Kinley MacGregor is the highly praised author of A Pirate of Her Own
and Master of Seduction,
which received a K.I.S.S. Award and was chosen as a Doubleday Book Club Award and was chosen as a Doubleday Book Club alternate selection. She lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, three sons, and assorted pets.
Raised in the middle of eight boys, and currently outnumbered by the Y chromosome in her home, Kinley realizes the most valuable asset a woman has for coping with men is the ability to appreciate them for what they are -- wonderfully different (and having a sense of humor certainly doesn't hurt).
Her goal in life is to share laughter and to bring a little sunshine into everyone's day. "After all," Kinley says, "kindness costs nothing to the person giving it, but it can mean the world to the one who receives it."