Devil of the Highlands
They call him the Devil . . . He is the most notorious laird of Scotland: fierce, cold, deadly . . . and maybe even worse. Yet Evelinde has just agreed to wed him. Anything, she thinks, is better than her cruel stepmother. Though Evelinde should be wary of the rumors, she can't help but be drawn... show more
They call him the Devil . . . He is the most notorious laird of Scotland: fierce, cold, deadly . . . and maybe even worse. Yet Evelinde has just agreed to wed him. Anything, she thinks, is better than her cruel stepmother. Though Evelinde should be wary of the rumors, she can't help but be drawn to this warrior . . . for the Devil of the Highlands inspires a heat within her that is unlike anything she has ever known. They may call him whatever they wish, but Cullen, Laird of Donnachaidh, cares only for the future of his clan. He must find a wife, a woman to bear him sons and heed his commands. He has no need for beauty or grace, but one taste of his lovely bride's sweet lips and the sultry feel of her skin arouse an untamed passion. Perhaps there's more to marriage than he thought . . .
Publish date: October 6th 2009
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
4 starsSetting: Northern England, 1273Devil of the Highlands is a decent story. The main characters are likable. The heroine, Evelinde, is like a trouble magnet and she made me laugh a lot. I liked the way she wove her way to her husband's (Cullen) heart and their romance was sweet. The mystery part...
Hmm, I'm thinking Cullen and Evelinde (love that name for some reason) are going to be really good for each other. Their first meeting reveals a lot about where I think this book is going and I'm excited! There are some great humorous moments, subtle but there. There were also a lot of lines which...
4.5 StarsDevil of the Highlands by Lynsay SandsI love Lynsay Sands, not all her books, but most of them and I had forgotten that I had read this one a while ago. I decided to re-read it and found that I liked it as much this time as I had the first time I read it. While it may seem a bit slap sti...
This is the third Lynsay Sands book I've tried to read. The first two were in her vampire series, and I thought that maybe it was just the way she wrote that series that I didn't like. After all, most of her books have a 4+ rating on goodreads, and that's normally a good way to measure whether a boo...
This story was actually nothing like I thought it would be rather then a lot of back and forth between the hero and heroine with was more of a blending of the minds and learn about each other with a bit of mystery thrown in...the hero was more than willing after some thought to pay attention to the ...