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#1 New York Times bestselling author, Sherrilyn McQueen returns to her League: Nemesis Rising series in this novella that also features the very first short story she sold in 1978, The Neighbors.
Every Life Has a Price
Dakari Tievel has been marked for death by the infamous League. Staying barely one step ahead of the assassins out to end her life, she must find the legendary Eve of Destruction.More info →
A Desperate Magic...
On Beltane eve, Mary Fallon Delaney steals to a castle ruin where her mother’s allegedly magical brooch has been hidden all these years, waiting for the right moment to summon “Ciaran of the Mist,” a mythical Celtic warrior promised to appear at the hour of Ireland's greatest need. A legend to be sure, but Fallon is willing to try anything to save Ireland from the marauding English. When she waits for the moonlight to work its magic with the brooch, a naked stranger stumbles out of the mist and she stares in disbelief.
A mysterious stranger...
As much as he insists he is no Celtic warrior from the fairy realm, this mad Irish beauty insists on calling him Ciaran. He knows nothing of his life before he stumbled out of the mist, his head gashed, and he has no intention of getting swept up in the clash between the Irish and the English. However, when Ciaran encounters the villainous Captain Lionel Redmayne, who is fascinated by Fallon, Ciaran finds himself caught up in Fallon's world of rebellion, wishing he could be the hero she longs for.
A sacrifice foretold...
But whatever his identity, Ciaran knows how the story will end. He will walk into the mist alone— unless the passion he finds in Fallon's arms is strong enough to ransom him from the secrets locked in his past. Yet does Fallon have the courage to love an all too flawed mortal when she’s spent a lifetime in love with a dream?
The MacKinnon's Bride Missing Epilogue - please note, this is a not a stand-alone novel. It is a "super epilogue," written to complement The MacKinnon's Bride and is best read after reading the entire series. Eleven years later, Hugh FitzSimon is a broken man. He is forsaken, alone, a wretch left to...More info →