Published by Self-published on August 6th 2012
Genres: Fiction, Love & Romance, Pregnancy, YA, Young Adult
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It's 530 a.d. in a lavish keep somewhere in Wales, but where? Our Lady Brid wakes to unfamiliar surroundings. She finds strangers at her bedside, and Brid realizes she has no memory of her past, but when the gorgeous Lord Colm announces they are to marry in six weeks, a strange feeling overtakes her--is it excitement or fear? Journey with Lady Brid and Lord Colm as the emerald moon awakens both passions and anger, fear and content, bringing the reason for their union to light. Will she forever feel tricked? Will Colm realize he was wrong about her?
Okay, I’m not normally a historical fiction girl-in fact, I quite despise it. However, I recently found out my boyfriend’s aunt writes books and decided to buy one on Amazon and give it a go…I now think I’m a historical fiction girl. This book is so unique, in my opinion. I felt literally like I was in an enchanted fairy land or something and kept wanting to refer to people as “my lord” and “my lady”. This book is about young love, lust, and justice. Also, strangely enough, I now want to have my own garden. For a book that does not include any paranormal aspects (I’m a contemporary paranormal freak), it really had me thoroughly engrossed and reading till 3 a.m. The description itself in this book can actually take you so far back in time and feeling like you’re actually in Ireland and Wales (I’ve never been farther from Texas than Missouri, so this was amazing for me). 10/10 would recommend! Happy reading!