Highlander Most Wanted (The Montgomerys and Armstrongs)
Genevieve McInnis is locked behind the fortified walls of McHugh Keep, captive of a cruel laird who takes great pleasure in ruining her for any other man. Yet when Bowen Montgomery storms the gates on a mission of clan warfare, Genevieve finds that her spirit is bent but not broken. Still, her... show more
Genevieve McInnis is locked behind the fortified walls of McHugh Keep, captive of a cruel laird who takes great pleasure in ruining her for any other man. Yet when Bowen Montgomery storms the gates on a mission of clan warfare, Genevieve finds that her spirit is bent but not broken. Still, her path toward freedom remains uncertain. Unable to bear the shame of returning to a family that believes her dead or to abandon others at the keep to an imposing new laird, Genevieve opts for the peaceful life of an abbess. But Bowen's rugged sensuality stirs something deep inside her that longs to be awakened by his patient, gentle caress-something warm, wicked, and tempting. Bowen seizes his enemy's keep, unprepared for the brooding and reclusive woman who captures his heart. He's enchanted by her fierce determination, her unusual beauty, and her quiet, unfailing strength. But wooing her will take more than a seasoned seducer's skill. For loving Genevieve, he discovers, means giving her back the freedom that was stolen from her-even if it means losing her forever.
Publish date: 2013
Pages no: 351
Edition language: English
I liked this one much more than the previous book. Genevieve was a wonderful heroine and Bowan a worthy hero. I only wish we got to find out what happened to all those bastards that treated her so atrociously. Drawn and quartered? Did they do that back then? They should have.
I liked the first book better than this one. The writing is good and I do think the story line is unusual. It is a little too rugged for me though, for the heroin to suffer such a fate. I also do not understand why the hero must make the decision that he made. Obviously the book appeals to a lot of ...
I liked the story and the characters a lot, but it got annoying, how author stressed Genevieve's past suffering all the time. I understood the first time. She was held captive. Her kidnapper was a monster. She suffered horribly. Maya Banks didn't have to repeat it over and over and over again. I'm n...
This is the second in The Montgomerys and Armstrongs series by Maya Banks. I had read the first one, Never Seduce a Scot, last year and it was a fun book. I felt like another Highlander romance and borrowed this one from the library on my kindle (love technology). It takes place right after Never...
I was struggling with this book so much!I think it was partly my fault I didn't like this book more.I think the "problem" was that I read this book right after I finished the first one, Never Seduce a Scott which I LOVED TOO MUCH and I was missing Graeme and Eveline so deeply that I couldn't relate ...