Lady of Fire by Janeen O'Kerry

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What woman wouldn’t want to be worshipped like a goddess?

Bridget Christine Connelly visits a yard sale and finds a very unusual piece of jewelry—it is a torque, a horseshoe-shaped piece of twisted gold, with delicately worked women’s faces at either end. When she takes it home and slides it around her neck, it takes her back through time to the man who made it—the tall and handsome Celtic warrior named Ailin.

At first, the newly single Christine is happy to be worshipped as a goddess, for the torque had been made to adorn the neck of Brighid, the goddess of fire. But as her love for Ailin grows, she wishes to be desired for herself, not for the goddess he believes her to be. And as her hold on the past grows weaker and weaker, she must decide whether to risk death in the past or a return to the future…with or without Ailin.

This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in August 1996 by Dorchester Lovespell.


About Janeen O'Kerry

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O'Kerry is a computer technician for a large corporation.
Published December 18, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 254 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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