The author of Guardian Angel offers a novel of passion and romance set in the Scottish Highlands. Proud, beautiful Judith Hampton journeys from her English home to meet the father she has never known. But even her escort, the powerful Laird Iain Maitland, cannot prepare Judith for the truth about... show more
The author of Guardian Angel offers a novel of passion and romance set in the Scottish Highlands. Proud, beautiful Judith Hampton journeys from her English home to meet the father she has never known. But even her escort, the powerful Laird Iain Maitland, cannot prepare Judith for the truth about her father -- and the devastating secret that might change her life forever.
Publish date: July 5th 2011
Publisher: Dutton Books
Pages no: 404
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Medieval Romance
Series: Highlands' Lairds (#1)
I had plans to read this for Romance Book Bingo 2017, but I already read a book for Man in the Kilt, so this book is just something that I read for my own enjoyment.As a long time Julie Garwood fan, I have to say the saddest day for me was when she stopped writing her historical books. I have tried ...
3.5 helms Please follow me on my blog :) Review originally posted on Vellum Voyages I haven't read a historical by Garwood in ages & I was really surprised by "The Secret"! It made me realize just how far the historical romance genre has come in the last twenty-four years. We are spoilt for cho...
I enjoyed this book A LOT! This is not a big surprise because everything Julie Garwood writes is amazing.I'm giving this "only" four stars because of the romance. I couldn't really feel the chemistry between Judith and Iain. I can't really put my finger on it, but something was missing.Other that th...
We live in such a modern world with e-readers and self-publishing almost being the norm. I’ve been reading for so long, over 45 years. Yep, I’m ancient. When I began reading, some of the books being published would be very politically incorrect by today’s standards. Those early writers paved the...
This book is one of my favorite Garwood titles to read so I was excited to see how it would translate with Rosalyn Landor narrating. For the most part, it wasn't bad. None of the characters sounded that far from what I had imagined. With two exceptions. Frances Catherine sounded a little young...