Erin Song by Diana Groe
Sensual Historical Romance
ISBN 978-0843957891
Reviewed by Nannette



Brenna and her sister Moira find an unconscious Northman on the beach.  The Northmen are sworn enemies of the Irish.  When the mysterious man awakens he has no memory of who he is or where he came from.  Brenna convinces her father, King Brian Ui Niall, not to kill him and gives him the name Keefe Murphy.

When a band of men appear on the island and attack Moira, Keefe saves her.  Some of the men escape, but before they do they recognize him and call him Jorand.  The king offers Brenna’s hand in marriage to Jorand after saving Moira’s life.  Jorand wants the marriage and Brenna secretly does as well but she fears the secrets she keeps will ruin what she could have with him.   When Jorand regains his memory, the secrets he reveals may destroy Brenna and her country as well.

Erin Song is a poignant story where both heartache and joy are constant companions for Brenna and Jorand.  Brenna is a brave and strong woman.  She endures so much and does it with dignity.  Jorand is a handsome warrior who would be any woman’s choice for a mate.  There were many times I thought the story couldn’t work out and the angst was tearing me up, but all ends as it should.  Erin Song is a story full of emotion and passion.


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