Claiming the Highlander
It is said that Braden MacAllister, English baron and proud Highlander warrior, can fell an enemy with a single blow and a woman with a single kiss. But not Maggie, it seems. For the fire-haired beauty, determined to end the long running feud that rages between their clan and it's common... show more
It is said that Braden MacAllister, English baron and proud Highlander warrior, can fell an enemy with a single blow and a woman with a single kiss. But not Maggie, it seems. For the fire-haired beauty, determined to end the long running feud that rages between their clan and it's common foe, is immune to Branden's attempts to stop her foolishness. But stop her he will, once he gets the meddling minx alone...and favors her with a passionate caress and an irresistible kiss. No matter how she trembles beneath Braden's sensuous touch, Maggie must not yield! As long as this feud continues, the lives of her brothers are at stake. And though Braden is known to have bedded many a lass, he has given his heart to none. But dare she dream that by assuring peace for her clan she may also be claiming the most magnificient Highlander for herself?
Publish date: October 13th 2009
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Medieval Romance
Series: Brotherhood/MacAllister (#2)
A plain Jane rallying town women to withhold sex and herself is in love with the town's Casanova? I will pass. (I wonder, was Maggie a virgin in the book? That would be tremendously ironic for a virgin to tell other women to withhold sex from men to get them to do stuff, no?)
I enjoyed this book. I liked how the author had the character's over come what they thought was differences and a child. I can not wait to read the rest in the series.
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book. This one's got 2 parts.Alright, a bit more than halfway thorough the book and it's not as bad as I thought. The hero Braden is, of course, as bad as I thought but I'll survive, I guess. I'll come to that point soon ...
For some reason I could not finish this book...the hero and heroine just bored me, which is weird because this is the first book by Kinley MacGregor/Sherilyn Kenyon that I haven't read. (I also had a hard time finishing it because I discovered that it was the second book in the Highlander series, an...