Publish date: December 26th 2007
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 339
Edition language: English
Series: Highlands' Lairds (#3)
I think this is the weakest Julie Garwood romance I have ever read. Usually they are full of humour and passion, but this was a big disappointment. My mum read it first and so I was warned, but I am usually more forgiving and so, thought I might enjoy it more than she did. I did not enjoy it at a...
A smidge under 4 stars
While I enjoyed this one it feels off from others in the series. I was hoping to see more of the other couples, Broderick and Gillian (Ransom) and Judith and Iain (The Secret). Some of the humor was also missing. Still an excellent read and I did enjoy it but still something felt different.3 1/2 sta...
I've always enjoyed Garwood's writing. Her heroines are so sweet and strong, I can't help but admire them. I haven't been able to read many of her contemporary romances, but I was ecstatic when I found out she had written another historical. I felt this one took a little too long to pick up the pace...