The Maiden of Ireland by Susan Wiggins

#1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs sweeps readers away to the misty coast of Ireland in an irresistible tale of falling in love with the enemy… 


John Wesley Hawkins was condemned to hang, accused of treason and heresy. As he's transported to the scaffold at Tyburn, however, the Lord Protector steps in and offers him the hand of mercy—if Wesley agrees to travel to Ireland on a dangerous mission into the heart of the Irish resistance against English rule. He'll have to seduce the rebels' secrets from a headstrong Irishwoman, but that shouldn't be a problem for a man of Wesley's reputation…. 

Caitlin MacBride is mistress of the beleaguered Irish castle Clonmuir, and she makes no secret of her loyalty to her countrymen. She's determined to remain strong for her people, but a wish for true love one evening at sunset yields the one thing that may sway her resolve. When Wesley walks out of the mist that fateful night, Caitlin's faith in the magic of Ireland is briefly restored—until she discovers he's one of the treacherous Englishmen she has spent her life fighting against.

Review:
I definitely love reading about historian romance novels because it always come so passionate and dramatically that it makes the read so much juicer. The Maiden of Ireland was a lovely read. Everyone would definitely enjoy reading about Ireland men because they are super hot and manly! I definitely love reading about Caitlin character because she is strong and loyal to her people that you want her to your side. She is also stubborn that I got a little irritate with her but then got over. However, you will fall in love with John. John is so conflicted because his situation has so much complications that it require some creative thinking to get out of it. He is somewhat similar to Caitlin personality by being loyal to their people that they are match together. Despite the challenging complicate, they truly fall for each other that they are meant for each other. Great book to read! 

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