The Lass Wore Black
In The Lass Wore Black, New York Times bestselling author Karen Ranney offers up a new tale of desire and romance in the Scottish Highlands.After a near-death experience at the hands of her lover in London, a physically and emotionally damaged Catriona Cameron flees to Edinburgh to heal. It’s up... show more
In The Lass Wore Black, New York Times bestselling author Karen Ranney offers up a new tale of desire and romance in the Scottish Highlands.After a near-death experience at the hands of her lover in London, a physically and emotionally damaged Catriona Cameron flees to Edinburgh to heal. It’s up to Dr. Mark Thorburn, disguised as a footman, to capture her heart and make her whole again.Fans of Mary Balogh won’t be able to resist this tale from Karen Ranney, the Queen of the Scottish historical romance. Deeply emotional and satisfying, The Lass Wore Black is a suspenseful tale mixed with adventure, passion, and compelling characters you will fall in love with
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 29th 2013
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
There is much about this book that I really, really liked: 1. The gender-flip of the "scarred hero" trope. Catriona has been scarred/disfigured in a terrible carriage accident and now must learn how to get along without beauty, which had been her defining feature. Physical allure is more important t...
This hit all the right spots with me. The beauty and the beast like story where we have the heroine and not the hero badly scarred. Her face now a mess, she hides behind a veil and the world. And she is confronted with the fact that she really just wasn't a very nice person and everyone just knew he...
Full review at Tempting ReadsCatriona was a hot mess. She whined, she complained, she threw fits. How could her life have gone so down hill; what would she do with herself now that she was no longer pretty! With each page turn, I wanted to slap her so hard and say "Bitch please!" I haven't bee...
Ah Highlanders... yep, you know I jumped at a chance to read this one. However, although he was technically a highlander, no kilts to be had. No checking to see what was worn underneath one. *sigh* Still, I was in the mood for a historical romance so on I read.I have to admit I had several problems ...
I expected The Lass Wore Black to be like most other historical romances of this era, but I was pleasantly surprised when it started to do things a little bit differently. This was more than just a romance and after a little bit of a rocky start I found myself enjoying this.What set The Lass Wore B...
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