Taming the Highlander
Format: Mass Market
Publish date: July 1st 2006
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: The MacLeries (#1)
I was almost done with the book (about 85%) and could not see how my opinion could change by bothering with the lsat 15%. So here it is: I am done. I realized that my ratings and reviews often have much to do with my aversion or affection for the heroines. This book is a classic case of a low rating...
probably more 3.5 stars but not a 4 star read. Lady Jocelyn MacCallum chooses to save her brother by marrying Conor MacLerie, a man whose previous wife died under mysterious circumstances, He has a chip on his shoulder about women and she wants more than he seems willing to give. It wasn't bad but...
This is the first time I have had a chance to read from this author, and I was impressed, especially since it was a bit shorter than what I usually like. I felt that it was a great read, and I really enjoyed the set of the story. It is set in a more medieval time period, back to the 1300's. It then ...
This is the typical highlander book. Jocelyn has plans to marry the man who has fostered with her family for years. But Jocelyn's brother has been placed in jail by "the Beast" and her father has agreed to let the Beast marry her in exchange for her brother, supplies and becoming part of the Beast's...