Nara finds herself kicked out of her only world, a small tribe among the Celts. Lorcan finds his own tribe threatened by Roman domination. Not just his tribe, either, but the entire Celtic way of life. His talents as ambassador and his prowess as a warrior are put to the test, especially when he rescues the mysterious, nameless woman from a wild boar.
Distrust runs deep between Lorcan and Nara’s tribes, as deeply as it runs between them. But common enemies and an overwhelming attraction throw them together to try and find their footing in the current political quagmire.
Nancy Jardine has done an outstanding job seamlessly weaving their story into the history of that time. She captures the fear of having one’s home overtaken by foreigners, and the heat of falling into a love forbidden by all. Her use of language is exquisite and her writing style a joy to read.
If you like historical fiction, I can’t recommend this book enough. I haven’t been this taken with a story or an author in years.