Handsome and dangerous, Patrick MacGregor is a wanted man, possessing the tough, tenacious spirit of his outlawed clan. He will stop at nothing to save his people from destruction, even if it means marrying Elizabeth Campbell, the daughter of his worst enemy. Yet the flaxen-haired beauty disarms... show more
Handsome and dangerous, Patrick MacGregor is a wanted man, possessing the tough, tenacious spirit of his outlawed clan. He will stop at nothing to save his people from destruction, even if it means marrying Elizabeth Campbell, the daughter of his worst enemy. Yet the flaxen-haired beauty disarms him from the start. Her sweet, unspoiled softness touches the cold depths of his ravaged soul–and makes him want much more than revenge.Inside the shy and dutiful Lizzie is a passionate woman longing to emerge, a woman ready for love. So when the piercing emerald eyes and searing kiss of a stranger spark in her a desperate hunger, she surrenders to Patrick’s glorious seduction–unaware that his daring deception has just found its one and only chance for redemption: a love more powerful than hate.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 24th 2009
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
Series: Campbell Trilogy (#2)
As far as brawny lads go, they don't get much better than Patrick MacGregor. After re-discoverying Monica McCarty I have read 3 more books from her and been most pleasantly surprised. Granted, there are a few things that bother me a little bit. But all in all I have to say I am most impressed with h...
Another great highland romp from Monica McCarty. This time, there was just as much emotion and drama as the first book in the trilogy, Highland Warrior, but whereas that all came from external forces, this time, the heartache comes from within.I really just wanted to shout at the two main characters...
When I saw the blurb about this book meant that the Hero was a MacGregor and the Heroine a Campbell (and Jamie Campbell's sister, Elizabeth!), I was intrigued. After the set up in the first book, I wondered how that would be possible. And I wondered if this series was all about star-crossed lovers o...
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book...This one’s so far my favorite in MM books. Although not the way I envisioned the book, I absolutely loved the 1st half of the book even knowing how sad it’d be when Elizabeth gets to learn about Patrick’s deception....
4.5 stars. Exciting and an almost constant change of scenery, which is great. I don't like staying in the same drafty castle for 300 pages. The more I read of Monica McCarty, the more I want to know about what happens to the rest of the characters in her books. I like how all of her series flow ...