To seal a fragile truce, Fiona Sinclair’s brothers trade her in marriage to their sworn enemy. Though devastated by their betrayal, she has little choice in the matter, for if she refuses, her innocent young sister must take her place. The spirited Fiona is willing to sacrifice her freedom to... show more
To seal a fragile truce, Fiona Sinclair’s brothers trade her in marriage to their sworn enemy. Though devastated by their betrayal, she has little choice in the matter, for if she refuses, her innocent young sister must take her place. The spirited Fiona is willing to sacrifice her freedom to protect her kin, but she vows never to surrender her heart. As the eldest son of a clan chief, Myles Campbell is accustomed to having his own way. But when the king of Scotland commands he wed a defiant Highland lass instead of a French mademoiselle, Myles must obey his royal duty. Meeting his bride for the first time on their wedding day, he is pleased to discover the lass is a beauty, but she quickly proves she’d just as soon kill him as kiss him. When two such warrior spirits collide, sparks fly, igniting a fiery passion that strains against the bonds of family honor, clan loyalty— and the ultimate surrender—love.
Publish date: December 4th 2012
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Pages no: 359
Edition language: English
Summary Fiona Sinclair, is duty bound to marry the enemy of her clan, who was responsible for their mothers murder. The last thing she wants to do is marry the murders son, but King James has commanded it to happen, so in order to protect her clan. So Fiona goes ahead with marrying the enemy, never...
Yes!!! Finally a good historical with a normal writing style and nice not annoying characters.
This has such a lovely cover and I was hoping that the story inside would be equally appealing. Turned out that it didn't really do a lot for me though, unfortunately. Overall I'm left with a feeling of frustration. Historical Romance, set in Scotland in the reign of King James. First problem: c...
I really liked this. It was very similar to other books I've read where the king has forced a Highlander and nobility to marry. In this book, the highlander was the woman - which for me, was a nice twist. I also like that while the heroine described the hero as handsome she didn't fall over with her...
Fiona Sinclair has been taught all of her life to hate the Campbell clan and the king. Fiona believed the clan responsible for her mother’s death and the king sided with clan Campbell justice was never served for her mother’s murder. The highlands are full of treachery and the king has had enough so...