Highland Rebel: A Tale of a Rebellious Lady and a Traitorous Lord
Amidst the upheaval of Cromwell's Britain, Jamie Sinclair's wit and military prowess have served him well. Leading a troop in Scotland, he impetuously marries a captured maiden, saving her from a grim fate. A Highlands heiress to title and fortune, Catherine Drummond is not the woman Jamie... show more
Amidst the upheaval of Cromwell's Britain, Jamie Sinclair's wit and military prowess have served him well. Leading a troop in Scotland, he impetuously marries a captured maiden, saving her from a grim fate. A Highlands heiress to title and fortune, Catherine Drummond is not the woman Jamie believes her to be. When her people effect her rescue, and he cannot annul the marriage, Jamie goes to recapture his hellcat of a new wife... In a world where family and creed cannot be trusted, where faith fuels intolerance and war, Catherine and Jamie test the bounds of loyalty, friendship, and trust...
Format: Mass Market
Publish date: September 1st 2009
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Minus stars for committing adultery, flirting in front of your wife, being promiscuous, sleeping with others who are married and being a whore. Yes, I am going to be very rude and say this, but how dare Jamie think of some other women as whores when he himself sleeps with some women because they can...
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book...Personally, Highland Rebel was a mixed read for me. I felt emotions varying from laughter to annoyance while I was at it. So far, I don’t think I’ve read a Romance set in the Restoration-era England and so, again, I...
The only thing I really didn't like about the book was that he went from highlander to englishman.
On of my favorites. Best hero I have read in a while. He's kind, patient, snarky, vulnerable, humorous, sexy, warrior all in one. Sigh. Wonderful rich and well fleshed out story. I loved the authors first Book "Broken Wing" and I love this one. I'll be reading her 3rd soon. Great new author.
Judith James brings the Restoration era to vivid life through her living, breathing, flesh and bone characters.She writes with realism and invokes pathos with her flawed but unquestionably redeemable characters.