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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 looks on his doorstep with wild stories of chance, Kevin is attracted to supporting her, regardless of his reservations... She by no means observed him coming... Amber O'Neill knew for sure that her brother was once in mortal probability. dashing heedlessly to the rocky beaches of eire, Amber was once shocked to discover her rescue project derailed by way of a beautiful, 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 interesting story that stored me spellbound." –Sandy Blair, writer of A Highlander for Christmas "A magical story of romance and intrigue. i could not positioned 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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Not my brother. ” The Wild Irish Sea 31 A splinter gouged into Kevin’s thumb, and he jerked his hand away and stared at the rough hole in the wood. Disbelief raced through him. The perforation couldn’t possibly be what it appeared. He rubbed his shirtsleeve across his eyes and looked again just to be certain, but after all those years in the PSNI there was no mistaking what he saw. Suddenly Amber was next to him, her golden eyes probing his, then following his fingers to where they rested on the oarlock.

First a missing 52 Loucinda M c Gary Yank nobody’s seen, and now a wrecked curragh that’s not here. You been hitting the bottle again, Hennessey? ” Seemingly oblivious of the waves washing over her shoes and soaking the bottoms of her slacks, Amber entered the shouting match. “No! My brother is here! ” Shanley demanded. ” Kevin tried to sound reasonable, but he seriously doubted the latter. Not with the vessel so full of water and two holes in the hull. Somebody must have moved it. But who? And why?

Trying not to breathe too deeply, she leaned an elbow against an upright boulder and surveyed the interior. The shelf where they stood appeared to be the only flat spot on their side of the rocky cavern, and it looked too high for the seals in the pool to climb up. She turned and saw Kevin had sat down, his back braced against another large rock. ” He gave an impassive shrug. “The north coast is riddled with caves. They’ve been used by the seals and smugglers for centuries. ” His explanation confirmed what she’d already guessed, but something else bothered her about this place… The Wild Irish Sea 57 About the seals… She shook her head in an effort to clear it.

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