A chieftain’s daughter destined for an arranged marriage, Aithne is resigned to her role as a pawn in the clan’s alliance negotiations. Only her growing love for warrior Aodhan makes her dream of something better.
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On the day of her betrothal, she’s attacked by a different clan leader's son. When she realizes her captor plans to make war, she knows she must escape to warn her father. And more than ever, she longs to find a way into the arms of her only love.
Until the moment the chieftain announces Aithne's betrothal, Aodhan always thought he could let her go. He doesn’t think it can get worse until he finds blood and broken pottery in the forest.
Now that he’s lost her, he knows he can't live without her…