The MacKinnon's Bride (Highland Brides, # 1)
#1 Best Selling Historical Romance#1 Best Selling Historical FictionDescended of the legendary sons of MacAlpin, Iain MacKinnon refuses to bow to the English. When his young son is captured by a minion of the English king, the fierce Scottish chieftain vows to stop at nothing to secure the lad's... show more
#1 Best Selling Historical Romance#1 Best Selling Historical FictionDescended of the legendary sons of MacAlpin, Iain MacKinnon refuses to bow to the English. When his young son is captured by a minion of the English king, the fierce Scottish chieftain vows to stop at nothing to secure the lad's return. Retaliating in kind, he captures the daughter of his enemy, planning to bargain with the devil.FitzSimon's daughter has lived her entire life in the shadow of the man she called father--yet never would she have imagined he would forsake his only daughter. Even as Page blames her captor for welching on a contract with her father, she suspects the truth. But the shadows hold secrets ... now only the love of her reluctant champion can save the MacKinnon's Bride.This book begins The Highland Brides series.Other books in this series:Lyon's GiftOn Bended KneeLion Heart
Publish date: January 23rd 2013
Publisher: Oliver-Heber Books
Pages no: 322
Edition language: English
Series: Highland Brides (#1)
One of the downfalls of reading books in the same genre for a little over twenty years, is the repetitive feel they sometimes get. This wasn't bad but it definitely had a been there done that feel to it; it had faint echoes of a Scottish Garwood. Along with the nothing new feeling I had, the inst...
I don't know what was wrong with me the last time I read this book. This is NOT 5 stars worthy.What's with all the "!" in this book? Are we 5 years old? A heroine who wanted her father's approval but never got it. A hero with his young son met heroine. Abduction, rescue the young one, then abduction...
The kind of story I go looking into the romance genre, and rarely get. It follows many of the clichés of historical romance, but it's sweet, funny, and does not trip with the ever happening alpha-means-douchebag male-lead gimmick. It's been a while since I've read one of these and not feel like ...
Did you catch this when it was free a week or so ago? If not it's still a bargain at $1.99 on Kindle. It’s been a good long while since I’ve read one of these vintage highland romances and even though this one does fall victim to several tropes of the sub-genre it was mostly a lot of fun to read. ...