The Pride of Lions
They were torn between pride and passion. . . It was a boastful wager, a bold flirtation meant to win a proposal from the most eligible officer in His Majesty's Royal Dragoons. How was the spoiled and pampered Catherine Augustine Ashbrooke to know the handsome stranger with the brooding midnight... show more
They were torn between pride and passion. . . It was a boastful wager, a bold flirtation meant to win a proposal from the most eligible officer in His Majesty's Royal Dragoons. How was the spoiled and pampered Catherine Augustine Ashbrooke to know the handsome stranger with the brooding midnight eyes would see through her plot and make her the pawn in a dangerous game of his own? United by a reckless game of chance. . . Alexander Cameron may have won the highborn English beauty in a duel, but not even the lure of long-forgotten desires could keep him from his meeting with destiny. He had no choice but to carry his reluctant bride off to the Highlands, to a world of ancient blood feuds and a brewing rebellion--a world where fiery passion and breathtaking courage would prove that even legendary warriors could lose their hearts. Bestselling, award-winning author Marsha Canham sweeps us into the turbulence and romance of Scotland's quest for freedom in a saga of two born enemies whose lives and destinies are irrevocably bound to the fate of an empire.
Publish date: October 6th 1997
Pages no: 387
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 18th Century
, Regency Romance
Series: Highlands (#1)
Sometimes books purchased in the spur of the moment leave you with a sour taste in your mouth after you read them, but sometimes (very few times, for me), they turn out to be truly remarkable stories with gripping plots, wonderful characters, great dialogue, and even greater chemistry – both between...
If I rated this book purely on my enjoyment of it, I would give it a firm 3.5 stars. However, I think it deserve 4.5 stars based on the research and historical view and references it contains. This book was written a while back and I think the research employed was outstanding. Reading it as a roman...
Not my favorite by this author, but, still, she writes an amazing battle scene..and her lurve scenes are pretty great too. I think I have just read one too many books about this particular time and place...and the central couple didn't quite work.
Started off super strong, was a little slow in the middle and then ended strong.
Catherine Ashbrooke is a feisty, spoiled, and very witty member of elite English society. She pines for her true love, Lieutenant Hamilton Garner, a rather stuffy boor, in my opinion. On a hunt one day, Catherine decides to veer away from the crowd. Riding in a hidden glen, she confronts a gorgeous ...
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