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The Wild Irish Sea: A windswept tale of love and magic by Loucinda McGary

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 attracted to supporting 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 risk. speeding heedlessly to the rocky seashores of eire, Amber was once shocked to discover her rescue challenge derailed through a stunning, yet deeply fallacious Irishman... The tumultuous sea, the intertwined fates of the coastal villagers, and unearthly stories of a hidden selkie prince carry Kevin and Amber jointly in a connection of brain, physique, and soul that neither can deny... compliment for The Wild Sight: "A attention-grabbing story that saved 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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Almost like he couldn’t respond, couldn’t breach the gap separating them. Swamped with anxiety, she withdrew and looked up to meet Kevin’s icy blue stare in the rearview mirror. She gave an involuntary gasp. ” “I’m fine,” she answered automatically, but she wondered if somehow Kevin knew what she had just tried to do. Of course he didn’t! The idea was preposterous. She’d never met anyone who possessed the ability she and Parker shared, and she had most certainly looked, though not openly. So had Parker.

Teeth clenched, he strode around to the side entrance of the village’s only pub. Luck was with him, for the Guinness truck sat blocking the alleyway, no doubt making a delivery. He recognized the publican, Charlie Donahue, standing in the open doorway. “Morning, Donahue. ” “Naw, help yourself, Hennessey,” the other man replied, his gaze fastening on Amber O’Neill’s chest, though the nasty old bugger was probably twice her age. Kevin shoved past him to the phone, mounted on the wall between the two WCs.

The skin on the back of her neck prickled with the unmistakable feeling of eyes following her movements. But when she sneaked a glance in Kevin’s direction, he stood facing away from her, staring out the entrance into the storm. The feeling persisted, and she looked down into the pool. A lone seal bobbed close to the rocky wall, looking up at the shelf where she stood. A magnetic pull drew Amber close to the edge of the rock, her gaze riveted on the animal. The seal stared back, sorrow and wisdom shining in its large, dark eyes.

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