The Heart of the Highlands: The Beast
For hundreds of years, Scotland has battled the English for their freedom. Now, they face a new threat. In a divided world between politics and religion, the young King James V faces a threat; his own people rebelling against him. As civil war break out amongst the Highland clans, James recruits... show more
For hundreds of years, Scotland has battled the English for their freedom. Now, they face a new threat. In a divided world between politics and religion, the young King James V faces a threat; his own people rebelling against him. As civil war break out amongst the Highland clans, James recruits a secret group of warriors for protection. He calls them the: Protectors of the Crown.
Ian MacKay has one mission; to defend the crown no matter the cost. Along with his men, Ian’s mission is to hunt down one of the most dangerous men in the Highlands. But when the daughter of an enemy enters his life, his heart becomes captured instead.
Keira Sinclair has lived a life of peace and simplicity until now. With her clan on the verge of losing everything, she is forced to wed a Laird from a neighboring clan to ensure that hers survives. During her travels to her new home, her carriage is attacked and Keira is taken hostage by a ruthless man. Caught in the middle of a war that she does not understand, will her secrets be safe, or will she succumb to the Highland warrior who now threatens to capture her heart?
Publish date: 20150725
Publisher: Grey Eagle Publishing, LLC
Pages no: 325
Edition language: English
Copyright Night Owl Reviews Heart of the Highlands: The Beast reminded me why I love historical romances and need to read more of them! This book will take you back in time, to the days of King Henry the VIII. See my full review at: https://www.nightowlreviews.com/v5/Reviews/Lovetoread-reviews-H...
I really enjoyed this Scottish historical romance.It was pretty fast moving and had a bit of action and violence in it.It was a time of Scottish versus English and Catholic versus other religions and showed some of the dynamics of that. It had a good ending but left room for another book which is pr...