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The Mermaid's Song

(1997)
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The Bargain

Falsely implicated in a terrible crime and desperate to flee England, young Flora O'Donnell strikes a desperate deal with mysterious and aloof Blaise Cheney. She will go to France-his wife in name only-to usher his ward, Johanna, into society.

The Enchantment

But at Chateau Morgaine, Blaise's ancestral home on rocky Breton coast, Flora finds herself swept into a different world. An ancient enchantment seems to possess the chateau, and the townsfolk whisper of mermaids and faerie spells. But they also tell darker tales-of a curse that has claimed the lives of Cheney brides for centuries.

The Mermaid's Song

Now, helpless against a growing desire for her mysterious husband, Flora finds herself drawn into a realm where secrets pas and present cast a shadow over her heart. What unspeakable tragedy haunts Chateau Morgaine? For only when she releases the dark secrets locked within its rocky walls will she be free to love at last...



Praise for this book

"A lyrically woven tale that glows with romance, pulses with suspense and shimmers with magic." - Nora Roberts


Used availability for Marianne Willman's The Mermaid's Song

Paperback Editions

July 1997 : USA Mass Market Paperback
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Title: The Mermaid's Song
Author(s): Marianne Willman
ISBN: 0-312-96256-8 / 978-0-312-96256-2 (USA edition)
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
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