Senna de Valery goes to Ireland with the idea to save the family wool business. She never believes in magic or legends. The only people she has left are an emotionally bereft father and her little brother out trying to make a fortune as a vigilante. So she is entirely in survival mode. Senna thinks she is arriving to make a business deal with an English lord, unfortunately, he has other diabolical plans that Senna never would have percieved to be possible. She has to get out fast, but how?
Finian O’Melghlin has been captured by the evil English lord, Lord Radgrove. His job was to sniff out if Radgrove was a traitor to the Irish king, he was, and that is why Finian is not being beaten and battered along with hearing the death screams of his men. He was busy trying to find a way of escape until this pretty English rose came down and told him she was going to free him from his bondage.
Their escape leads to a series of events that may cause two countries constantly at odds to escalate to the verge of war. What Finian does not know is Senna is the key to the legendary dyes that both England and Ireland are willing to go to war for. Not only that, their attraction for each other is getting out of hand, and causing them to not be able to stop touching each other even in the midst of danger.
Irish Warrior is a pretty good read. Senna is always fighting herself about, the past and Finian is always fighting himself about his past also. Their inner struggles at times are at odds with the story, thus making it hard to figure out if they fighting with each other or themselves. The ending kind of leaves you hanging because there are some unresolved questions that are brought up within the story, but for the most part an enjoyable read.