The Warrior by Margaret Mallory
From the Isle of Skye to the battlefields of France, Duncan MacDonald has never escaped the memory of the true love he left behind. Deemed unworthy of a chieftain's daughter, Duncan abandoned the lovely Moira to prove his worth in battle. Now, when called upon to rescue her from a rival clan, one thing is certain: Moira's pull on his heart is stronger than ever.

Bartered away in marriage to a violent man, Moira will do anything to ensure she and her son survive. When a rugged warrior arrives to save her, the desperate beauty thinks her prayers have been answered-until she realizes it's Duncan. The man who once broke her heart is now her only hope. Moira vows never again to give herself-or reveal her secrets-to the fierce warrior, but as they race across the sea, danger and desire draw them ever closer.
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“The Warrior” by Margaret Mallory was exciting, suspenseful, and very sensual read. Margaret Mallory is a very talented author who has done an excellent job in research for her books. I eagerly waited for this one to be out because the hero was Duncan McDonald . He was a warrior from the Isle O Skye and a man of honor. He left his true love behind when he was ordered by his Chieftain to France to do battle with the enemy. He felt unworthy and deemed unacceptable to marry his Moira , the daughter of his chief, who he loved very much.
Moira on the other hand, felt betrayed by Duncan who left without a word. She kept hoping that he would save her from an arranged marriage to another man. But happy every after did not help Moira because she was wed to a violent and abusive man. The only thing bearable in her marriage was her son Ragnell. She would do anything to keep her son protected from her husband. He would kill her if he found out that Ragnell wasn’t his son. During a terrible fight between Moira and her husband, she is beaten and almost killed when a warrior arrives and saves her. Duncan is overwhelmed by the scene in which his love is covered in blood with a body of her husband on top. He pulls off the man who was indeed dead by a knife that Moira had been holding. So Duncan escapes with Moira before her clan accuses her of murder. But doing so, they must leave Ragnell behind. Desperate to leave her husbands people, Moira vows not to give her heart or the secrets to the fierce warrior as they race across the sea. But fate lends her hand between two stubborn people who will have to rely on each other to survive.
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