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Laird Lachlan MacKay never planned on leading his clan, but when his older brother was murdered, he was left with no choice. His vow to avenge his brother has led him to the MacPherson clan - and their bewitching healer, Amber.
Instead he found her
Amber MacPherson is desperate. Dressed as a boy to escape her clan's treacherous leader, she runs right into Lachlan - who orders her detained. At first she causes him nothing but frustration, especially when she blackmails him into helping her clan. But when she's threatened by the same man who murdered his brother, Lachlan will do whatever it takes to keep her safe - and by his side.
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By MM on 02-11-18
LOVED THIS STORY...
Loved this story and all the characters. I laughed at the banter and the story flowed easily. Rosalyn Landor, as usual, is brilliant on doing male voices and her Scottish brogue is perfect.
I totally recommend this book and also the one before it. Steamy and funny... can't wait for the next one. Come on Alyson McLayne...write fast!! LOL
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
By Ashley Wilson on 06-21-18
A great highland read!
This was a great Highland romance!
When you finish this book, you’ll want to read more from this author.
The hero was strong and loving, our heroine could take care of herself, but would also soften to the touch and protection that her laird so willingly offered.
At times it seemed like the villain popped up and disappeared like a prairie dog, only to scamper off into a convenient hiding spot. But whatever, these books aren’t meant to be totally plausible.
I really liked the heroines sense of independence, The fact that she lived in a cottage separate from the main keep added an element of danger, because she could only rely on herself, then had to accept the Hero’s aid.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast paced good old Highland romance. The action goes right up until the end of the book, which I love! I have found some other books make their crescendo 3/4 of the way through, and then they fall flat after, making it a challenge to trudge through until the end.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful