By Loucinda McGary
Attracted to a strength he cannot resist... Former police officer Kevin Hennessey is operating from his past-choosing to conflict smugglers rather than facing his own demons. whilst a determined, rain-drenched American lady seems to be on his doorstep with wild stories of hazard, Kevin is interested in aiding her, regardless of his reservations... She by no means observed him coming... Amber O'Neill knew undoubtedly that her brother used to be in mortal threat. speeding heedlessly to the rocky beaches of eire, Amber was once surprised to discover her rescue venture derailed by means of a stunning, yet deeply unsuitable Irishman... The tumultuous sea, the intertwined fates of the coastal villagers, and unearthly stories of a hidden selkie prince convey Kevin and Amber jointly in a connection of brain, physique, and soul that neither can deny... compliment for The Wild Sight: "A interesting story that stored me spellbound." –Sandy Blair, writer of A Highlander for Christmas "A magical story of romance and intrigue. i could not placed it down! Loucinda McGary is a expertise to watch." –Pamela Palmer, writer of hope Untamed "A richly drawn love tale and riveting romantic suspense." –Karin Tabke, writer of grasp of yearning "Bursting with passion." –Darque experiences (20100526)
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The wind blew ragged clouds across the horizon, but it didn’t smell to him like more rain was coming soon. Amber shoved her backpack as far under the seat as it would go. ” “To be sure,” Connor affirmed with a roll of his eyes. ” The three of them picked their way down the side of the shallow gully that slanted to the sea. Though The Wild Irish Sea 29 walking proved tricky, at least they were sheltered from the wind. In less than fifteen minutes, they reached the rocky, wave-whipped shore. There was no beach, and even now at low tide, the waves crashed almost directly onto the face of the bluff.
He had been trustworthy thus far, as near as she could recall. The mouthy teenage boy was another matter. Amber cleared her throat. “Connor, would you mind waiting with my car for the tow truck? ” “Ten to fifteen minutes, I expect,” Kevin affirmed as he pulled the vehicle to a stop. He extracted his cell phone, checked for service, and shoved it back in his pocket with a low curse. Connor accepted Amber’s offered car keys and got out of the Range Rover, though not happily. Kevin drove the remaining short distance in silence, and parked close to the cottage’s front door.
Then she gazed at Amber in silent appraisal from top to toe. “Your lady friend’s a Yank? ” “No,” Kevin quickly denied. “That is, yes, she’s a Yank, but she’s not a lady friend. I… she…” He cleared his throat. ” The woman clicked her tongue as she shoved her fingers back into her glove. “Well, your father’s dead and buried, God rest him. ” She wasn’t the first to say so, though Kevin knew better. But he chose not to argue about a matter that was most certainly not Mrs. Fitzpatrick’s business. Besides, she’d already gone back to scrubbing.
The Wild Irish Sea: A windswept tale of love and magic by Loucinda McGary