The ruthless enforcer of Scotland’s most powerful clan, Jamie Campbell will use any means necessary to vanquish lawlessness and unrest among the feuding Highland clans. Seduction is a game as easily played as subterfuge, but when Jamie poses a as suitor to a rival clan’s daughter in order to... show more
The ruthless enforcer of Scotland’s most powerful clan, Jamie Campbell will use any means necessary to vanquish lawlessness and unrest among the feuding Highland clans. Seduction is a game as easily played as subterfuge, but when Jamie poses a as suitor to a rival clan’s daughter in order to expose treason, the line between duty and pleasure is suddenly blurred. Ebony-haired, ruby-lipped Caitrina Lamont defies him, denies him, and arouses him like no other woman.Caitrina has no intention of forsaking her beloved father and doting brothers for a husband–especially a hated Campbell. But Jamie’s raw, sensual strength and searing kiss melt her resistance. When her idyllic world is shattered, Caitrina’s only hope to save her clan lies in the arms of Jamie Campbell, the enemy she holds accountable for its ruin. Can their tenuous truce, born in the velvet darkness of passionate nights, forge a love as strong as the sword that rules the Highlands?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 27th 2009
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 359
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
, 17th Century
Series: Campbell Trilogy (#1)
no rating because I know I will hate the heroine. I read the first 3 chapters and already got annoyed by Caitriona. I wanted to hit Jamie in the head for finding her attractive. I am not much for spoiled princesses. Spoiled women piss me off.
not gonna talk bout this, I'm tired
Audiobook: A so-so story - there wasn't much substance to the story and the heroine was super annoying and childish however, the narration was superb and really saved it!
Another fantastic highlander tale from Monica McCarty.This is my third McCarty novel and I'm really enjoying her two trilogies: The Campbells and the MacLeods. There's just been something a bit more special about those two books for me compared to her Highland Guard series one that I tried.I'd defin...
I fully intended to love this book. I had been wanting to read a "Highland hero" book, but without magic or vampires or time-travel, and the ultra-high ratings at GR and elsewhere convinced me to give this author a try.I didn't hate the book; I hated the heroine. And I didn't much like the hero eith...