Sing Me Home

Sing Me Home Another sexy adventurous historical romance from the RITA nominated author of seventeen novels Lisa Ann Verge Ireland Blessed with an angel s voice Maura of Killeigh escapes from a convent de

  • Title: Sing Me Home
  • Author: Lisa Ann Verge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Another sexy, adventurous, historical romance from the RITA nominated author of seventeen novels, Lisa Ann Verge Ireland, 1307Blessed with an angel s voice, Maura of Killeigh escapes from a convent determined to join a band of traveling players They ll be her protection on the roads while she searches for the parents who abandoned her at birth But once face to face withAnother sexy, adventurous, historical romance from the RITA nominated author of seventeen novels, Lisa Ann Verge Ireland, 1307Blessed with an angel s voice, Maura of Killeigh escapes from a convent determined to join a band of traveling players They ll be her protection on the roads while she searches for the parents who abandoned her at birth But once face to face with the seductive, sinfully handsome vagabond who rules the troupe, Maura wonders if she wouldn t be safer traveling alone.Nothing but a hanging awaits Colin MacEgan at the end of his journey, but that doesn t stop him from welcoming the lovely Maura into his merry band of minstrels He needs her golden voice as entry into the noble house of the man he has sworn to kill After ten years of exile, nothing will stop him from fulfilling his oath.But strong, wild hearted Maura is the kind of woman this jaded warrior poet has never known a confident dreamer who believes in happy endings He vows to keep the songstress safe but can he protect her from himself

    One thought on “Sing Me Home”

    1. I was pleasantly surprised that the story turned out as it did. It wasn't as predictable as I thought it would be. The little twists kept me entertained and rooting for the HEA. Great story-telling.

    2. Ireland under the English, an Irish warrior bent on revenge, a convent bred innocent in search of knowledge of her family, a troupe of entertainers. All these things come together to make an interesting story, well written, at times funny and very touching. I enjoyed this one as I have others by this author.

    3. A Fine Romance with an honest earthy song and rhyme to it. Funny and ever so witty also with a mysterious identity and even more puzzling parentage to add spice into the already lively mix. Well~written.

    4. Very CreativeFirst book by this author and was very pleased. Take a young woman who was a foundling on the steps of a nunnery, add a blue eyed casenova plus a group of misfits, your bound to get a really interesting storyline. Thoroughly enjoyed.

    5. Sing me HomeKept my interest Actually wanted more. Didn’t want it to end . Thought it could have used another chapter or two.

    6. Not understanding why she's dredging up such an old book. I purchased my soft cover copy at Dollar General many years ago. Paid $1 for it.

    7. This is one of the best romance novels I've read recently. Nicely told, tightly written, sexy male lead and tough/vulnerable female protagonist in a historical fiction setting.

    8. Sing Me HomeI loved this story, I recommend everyone to read this book. I look forward to reading more of her books. Kattie 11/7/17.

    9. Another gem of a tale by Lisa Ann Verge. Sing Me Home was part road trip romance (my absolute favorite), part self discovery (for both hero and heroine) that featured a menagerie of characters, a sweeping love story full of banter and heart, a performing squirrel (no, seriously and his name was Nutmeg) and a lot of dirty jokes (as only a trope of minstrels could deliver).I particularly enjoyed how headstrong and naive Maura started out as in the beginning and how over time and through new experi [...]

    10. This author does an exceptional job of drawing you into her stories. The heroine in this story was a foundling from a convent. She leaves the convent to join a traveling troupe in Ireland so she can find out something about her real parents. The hero is a rogue who is on a mission to kill the Englishman Lord William Caddell . He promised his dying father he would get revenge. The author takes you on a journey of passion where you will watch this couple fall in love. But love isn't enough to keep [...]

    11. I wasn't real certain about this novel in the beginning, but as I read on I became quite captivated by the often poetic style of writing and the clever twists and turns in plot. I like writing that is deeply aware of the environment and the subtlety of formation and reflection in the inner world of the players. This story is such a one.

    12. A very enjoyable medieval & a solid hit for Verge, who I've only recently discovered. Gave this one an A- and will be checking out more of her books.

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