Bargain eBooks #631:

Unspoken by Kerrigan Byrne
Type:  Novella
Genre:  Historical Highland Romance
Price:  $2.99
Where to Get It: 
Amazon (Kindle)
He’s cursed with eternal silence…
Roderick MacLauchlan is death for hire. Blessed by an ancient Deity with Berserker rage, he has the strength of ten men. Cursed by a malicious enemy, he’s incapable of speech. A desperate clan war rages around him and a malevolent adversary lurks in the darkness, calling for blood.
Evelyn Woodhouse is an English refugee with a dangerous secret. She has the ability to see the outcome of tomorrow’s battle and knows they’re on the wrong side of it. When a doomed and silent mercenary rescues her from a fate worse than death, it seems he has his own plans for her. This is his last night alive and she’s never been able to defy destiny.
What they’re saying about it:
“While browsing through new releases, I stumbled upon this novel. It sounded like something I’d like and thought I’d give it a try.Boy am I glad I did! The only bad thing I can say is I wish I didn’t finish it as fast as I did! I think I may have found a new favorite author and am eagerly awaiting anything new she releases! Romantic, exciting, and fast paced are only some words to describe this story. I absolutely recommend this book, you won’t be sorry!”
“Unspoken is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. When I purchased this book, I was looking for something sexy and interesting. Kerrigan Byrne delivered in a big way. Her characters are unique, their situation is compelling, and their chemistry is magic! I’ll be watching closely for her next release.”

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