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Book One in Lyn Armstrong's Celtic Series: A painful death...a prophecy foretold. Pursued by evil forces for her powers, recluse Adela MacAye foresees her own agonizing death. She must seek the chosen one to produce an heir and pass on her Celtic powers. To fail would be the end of good magick, plunging the world into darkness. Conjuring a fertility spell she is led to a sensual chieftain who is betrothed to the sorceress that hunts her. Time is running out as fate and the future pursue her. Plagued by enemies and undermined by sabotage, handsome Laird Phillip Roberts must save his clan from bloody feud by making an alliance through marriage...a marriage he does t want. After a night of white-hot sensual delights with the alluring witch, his heart commands he break the pledge of peace. With treachery around every corner, will he be too late to save... The Last Celtic Witch? As charming and magical as Celtic legend itself, a truly enjoyable read and wonderful debut! Heather Graham, New York Times Bestselling Author
A world traveler since childhood, Lyn Armstrong has experienced life in many different cultures. Having lived in Australia, England, Portugal, and America on both sides of the coast, she understands the meaning of adapting to one's environment. But the country she now calls home is America, where the thrill of dodging Floridian hurricanes off sets the paradise of white beaches, blue ocean waters and warm summer breezes. With the biggest readership in the world for her romance novels, Lyn and her family remain in America to follow her dreams as an author. A student of New South Wales Writing School, Lyn wrote her first historical romance in the early 90's after the birth of her daughter. Since then she has been active in the writing community and published articles in the Queensland University Newspaper. She attends Writers Conferences yearly and is committed to a full time schedule of writing. As an avid reader of historical romances for over 20 years, Lyn has a passion for writing this genre. She has spent six weeks in Scotland touring the castles and museums to gain a chronological feel of the country. Volunteering as a cast member for the Renaissance Festival in Florida, Lyn mastered the language of olde English and gained additional historical knowledge.