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The Silver Land

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Daughter of a peaceful Celtic clan, Melangell fell captive to Nechtan, the fierce warrior-king. The green-eyed beauty was his destined bride, according to ancient legend. But proud Melangell won her freedom, defying the very gods to claim a glorious and forbidden passion.
Paperback, 611 pages
Published February 16th 1989 by Pocket Books (first published February 1st 1989)
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Tea: A nice solid flavor.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's another book I've reread more then once.Though this is an old book, I thought the story was really good. I don't know how historically accurate it is, as far as the Druids, and the history of the area. I honestly didn't care, because I was caught up in the characters.
Set in Celtic times, it follows a young girl, who becomes captured and turned into a slave...and escapes only to be confronted to the man who raped her. And whil...more
Historical romance from the 80's. Roman era, so not generally a period of interest, but I was bored and now I'm halfway through and am obligated to finish it.
This is one book I can read over and over.
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