A pirate queen trapped in the realm of Faerie, Rosamunde can be freed only by true love. The man she loved is lost to her forever, so she believes herself doomed. Padraig, long in love with Rosamunde, believes his life worthless since she disappeared. When he hears of her capture by the fey, he is determined to set her free, but can Rosamunde put the past behind her and learn to love anew?
This short story was previously published in the anthology The Mammoth Book of Irish Romance but appeared edited due to space constraints. This version contains the whole story. Rosamunde is a secondary character who appeared in The Jewels of Kinfairlie trilogy.
This edition includes an excerpt from The Renegade's Heart.
©2011 Claire Delacroix, Inc. (P)2015 Deborah A. Cooke
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5 out of 5 stars
By N Wannie on 10-12-17

The Ballad of Rosamunde

Good continuance of the previous books. It was good to find out she was not dead .

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5 out of 5 stars
By KElizabeth Green on 20-04-16

The Ballad of Rosemunde

Would you consider the audio edition of The Ballad of Rosamunde to be better than the print version?

Only in the fact if that if one has little imagination, actually hearing the ballads was interesting, and done well.

What did you like best about this story?

Since Rosamunde was an important character to me in the first two books, I appreciate Ms. Delacroix writing this novella to tie up the ends so to speak. It did make me feel better to find out what happened to her.

Any additional comments?

I don't like to give away the story, but you must remember this is a novella... short, sweet and quick to the point. A very creative ending I thought and loved how it was written/narrated with much in ballad form.

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