Fire & Silk
- Published By: New Dawn Press
- Author: Erin O'Quinn
- ISBN: 9780463356319
- Word Count: 95476
- Language: English
- Publication Date: March 29, 2019
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- Available Formats: Adobe Acrobat, Epub
- Categories: Adventure, Erotic Romance, Historical, Romance
Flann O'Conall, the cranky bachelor son of a king in ancient Ireland, has always preferred harsh wilderness to the company of a woman. One rainy night, he reluctantly opens his rainproof blanket to the innocent yet disdainful and taunting Dona Mariana.
What happens under his cover? The clash and crash of his fire with her silk creates a whirlwind of conflict and intense emotion that changes both their lives.
Flann seems to have two clear choices: the lonely but secure life on his chosen mountain—his symbolic mistress—or the burr-in-his-britches torment of trying to understand the willful, passionate Mariana.
He hardly knew her without her silks. She was tall and slender, with perfect, pear-shaped breasts. The nipples were dark berries. The hair of her groin was dark, too. He knew he had only a moment to feast on the sight before she became aware of him and took flight. He wanted to remember this image, to bring it forth while he crouched under a ledge somewhere on Storm Haven, shielding himself from the rain; or when he curled up to sleep at the edge of a waterfall in the foothills of Mount Errigal.