Horn of the Unicorn by Rhyannon Byrd

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He came to her in dreams…In the modern wilds of Ireland lies the hidden realm of The Wicket Wood. Here the solitary unicorn lives alongside other mystical tribes of ancient legend—shifters and fairies, gargoyles and dragons. It is a magickal paradise meant to separate two realities—and yet, in the ethereal fabric of dreams, a magnificent love is born that transcends all boundaries.Bound by the delusions of a madman, Tess Laurent longs for freedom, for the safety of her sister, and a man she fears doesn't even exist. And yet, her desire for her breathtaking dream-lover knows no bounds.Cursed to live as the mystical unicorn, Zarnak, a once powerful sidhe warrior, cannot escape his tormenting dreams of a mortal maiden. Consumed by the need to experience the exquisite touch of her silken flesh, he hungers for her with a savage intensity.Caught between heaven and hell, the lovers' worlds collide as fate throws them together…and an explosive passion unlike any other embraces them. Surrounded by enemies, they embark upon a treacherous journey that will shake the foundations of their lives, leading them to the most wondrous gift of all.

About Rhyannon Byrd

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Rhyannon Byrd is a longtime fan of romance and the author of more than twenty paranormal and erotic titles. She has been nominated for three Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards, including best Shape-shifter Romance. After having spent years enjoying the glorious sunshine of the American South and Southwest, Rhyannon now lives in the beautiful, but often chilly county of Warwickshire in England with her husband and family. Visit her website at www.rhyannonbyrd.com.
Published November 1, 2009 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 174 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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