Tuesday, October 27, 2015 | By: Cafe

Tuesday Special: Ashley York and The Irish Warrior

Ashley York
www.ashleyyorkauthor.com


Outcast and alone, Thomasina MacDonell is hell bent on finding her brother, the only person who can thwart their father's latest scheme to offer her as payment for his gambling debts. Disguised as a lad, she defiantly sets off on foot to locate him—never expecting to find a handsome, Irish warrior riding her beloved horse. The warrior's offer of help and unsolicited advice on how to be manlier sparks an intimate desire to reveal her more feminine side.

Rejected by the love of his life, Sean O'Cisoghe wants simply to return home and heal his broken heart. When a young "lad" steals the horse out from under him, he discerns the spirited woman may be in way over her head against her ruthless father. Finding her brother while keeping her would-be betrothed at bay, Sean must confront the fact that Thomasina has stolen his heart. Will Norman soldiers out for his blood and shifting clan alliances cut short their growing passion? 

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About Ashley:  Aside from two years spent in the wilds of the Colorado mountains, Ashley York is a proud life-long New Englander and a hardcore romantic. She has an MA in History which brings with it, through many years of research, a love for primary documents and the smell of musty old libraries. With her author's imagination, she likes to write about people who could have lived alongside those well-known giants from the past.

Connect with her online at:

Website
Email: ashleyyork1066@gmail.com
Twitter: @ashleyyork1066



5 comments:

HiDee said...

Great cover, Ashley! Thanks for being with us today!

Lynn said...

Sounds intriguing!

Ashley York said...

I'm late on the getting going today :) I love visiting here, HiDee. Thanks, Lynn. Intrigue is right up there with romance in my book <3

Angela Adams said...

That's a lovely and very romantic book cover!

Ashley York said...

Thanks, Angela. I used the cover as my inspiration for one of the scenes in my book-a very romantic scene.

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