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Review: Mistress of the Storm by Terri Brisbin

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What do you get from a three time RITA finalist who writes historical romance? Well, amazing historical romance! Brisbin’s Mistress of the Storm is part of the Storm Trilogy. There are other books in the series, so if you are one for reading from book one, be sure to start at the beginning with Storm of Passion.This book is the third in the series. The story revolves around brothers who have a magical gift, a curse that in order to break it has to have a woman announce their love for them. This story follows Duncan and Isabel. Isabel must save her sister from her step-father’s power hungry cause and Duncan is the only one who can help her. What Isabel doesn’t count on is falling in love with Duncan. Duncan has his own battles to face, will he choose her over his destiny? You will just have to find out. Brisbin will keep you turning those pages to find out and because it’s a series, my suggestion would be to read it from the beginning. From the historical setting, to the marvelous characters, those who enjoy reading historical romance will find this a treat.

 

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Mistress of the Storm

Terri Brisbin

Genre: Historical Romance

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Book Blurb:

Isabella knows what she must do: go to the one known as the Healer, seduce him, and recruit him to her power-hungry stepfather’s cause. If she refuses, her innocent young sister will pay the price of Isabella’s disobedience. Yet after just one night with the man she must manipulate, Isabel knows that even if she succeeds, her heart will not be unscathed…Duncan of Skye knows there are those who would use his gift for their own gain. Even so, he longs to trust the beautiful temptress who warms his bed. And soon he must choose between her future and his own…

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