In the misty reaches of a Scottish castle, swords clang with terrible purpose in Sasha Lord's Under a Wild Sky. His family brutally murdered by the covetous Lothian and his Serpent mercenaries, Ronin McTaver secretly rescues a priceless tapestry that will guide him to Scottish gold. He seeks refuge in the mythical Loch Nidean forest, only to confront its princess and guardian, Kaliel, who steals Ronin's horse and then his heart in this evocative historical fantasy that rings with magic and erotic power. It's a delectable escape into the realm of legend. Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and lakeside in northern Minnesota.

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