The Celtic Fox

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The Celtic Fox

The Celtic Fox A Celtic prince Tryffin searches for and finds his true love Aelfrida but to her he s a sworn enemy she can never give him her heart Though Tryffin is a fearless champion in battling Saxons fig

  • Title: The Celtic Fox
  • Author: Cornelia Amiri
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Celtic prince, Tryffin, searches for and finds his true love, Aelfrida, but to her, he s a sworn enemy, she can never give him her heart Though Tryffin is a fearless champion in battling Saxons, fighting for Aelfrida s love proves a greater challenge To save her foster father s life, Aelfida, is forced to wed the powerful Prince, who led the war band she blames for slaA Celtic prince, Tryffin, searches for and finds his true love, Aelfrida, but to her, he s a sworn enemy, she can never give him her heart Though Tryffin is a fearless champion in battling Saxons, fighting for Aelfrida s love proves a greater challenge To save her foster father s life, Aelfida, is forced to wed the powerful Prince, who led the war band she blames for slaying her parents She s surprised he s such a powerful temptation to her body and her heart Everything rest on the Saxon bride s choice of vengeance or love.

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    1. Lyuba on said:

      At around 16% I almost stopped reading, but I was waiting for an appointment so I decided to give this book another chance. I'm glad I did, although there are still plenty of things I did not like, and not that many that I did like. Let me start by saying that I had a hard time reading this book because of the old language and words used. While in itself this is not a fault, but more of a personal preference, and certainly added to the overall period feel of the book, it didn't make it any easie [...]

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