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Damask Rose

by Haywood Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312964986, Mass Market Paperback)

The Damask Rose takes readers to the mystical, magical Isle of Skye, in Scotland of 1430, where two clans, MacKay and MacDougald, have been engaged in a blood feud for years. As the story opens, it seems as though the MacDougalds have been defeated and young Tynan MacDougald, only eight years old, has been taken as a slave. But as the years pass the seeds of revenge are planted in his mind. When the laird of the clan discovers that he has a long-lost granddaughter, he offers a reward for anyone who can deliver her safely to him. Tynan will find this woman, Nara. But instead of delivering her to safety, he will kill her and get his revenge. What he doesn't count on is falling in love with her, and becoming torn between his newfound love and his blood oath to avenge his clan.

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