Sunday, July 18, 2010

Recommendation of the Week: 7/18/10 - 7/25/10

'Taming Her Irish Warrior' by Michelle Willingham
"When did Ewan MacEgan grow to be so overwhelmingly strong and disarmingly sexy? He intends to wed Honora St. Leger's demure sister--but why should that matter to her? Honora would rather wield a sword than a mending needle and, as a widow, she knows there is little pleasure in the marriage bed....

Ewan MacEgan has set his sights on a wealthy bride but, tantalizingly, he finds himself drawn to the forbidden Honora! One touch and he is longing to awaken her sensuality, for he suspects she will be as passionate in bed as she is on the battlefield!
[Read an excerpt: here]
Read a review by The Romance Reader: here
Read a review by Medieval Book Reviews: here

This is your Recommendation for the Week of July 18th, 2010 thur July 25th, 2010

Until Next Post<3...


  1. ooo. This is going on my TBR list. Even if just because of that cover... Thanks!

  2. Lol! The cover is tempting enough. The blurb is interesting as well! Hope you enjoy!

    [come back and comment or send an email with your thoughts after you've read it! Would love to hear them!]

  3. by the by, 'Taming Her Irish Warrior' was nominated for a RITA award (which is one of the highest honors for a romance novel). Just thought you guys should know ;)

  4. I love that heroine name Honora. Wasn't it too in Stephanie Lauren's DEVIL BRIDE book? Or one of those Cynsters. I remember reading that name for the first time and still love it. Love the blurb! You know if the author will have the sister's own story some day too! Beautiful cover as well! Thanks for the recommendation Rita. Thanks for the Medieval link too! Medieval history is one I'm still learning, and love this one site that has some great info (

  5. I believe the heroine from Devil's Bride was named Honoria. I love the name too! / Everyone I digging the cover! lol. It is one of the better one's I've seen. And enjoy the link. I stumbled upon it when I was searching for reviews on this book (since I don't have one here) and I love the medieval era too. Thanks for the link!

  6. Sounds like a good pick!! The name honora is beautiful :)



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