Sunday, April 30, 2017

Falling for the Highlander

Falling for the Highlander
Lynsay Sands
Lady Murine knows that her half brother is seriously in debt and not a good person. But even she is astonished when she overhears him trying to sell her in exchange for some horses. So she plans her escape alone so that none of the servants are punished. But when the Scottish men who were offered her come upon her riding a cow, things began to change for the better. The men vow to protect her at all costs. Dougall, one of the Scottish men, was horrified at a lady being offered for sale. He refuses to do business with the man. But he doesn't plan on finding the lady alone on a country road or plan on falling in love with her.

This plot begin with loads of suspense and drama and it continued through the entire book. The characters were well defined and easy to differentiate, something that is often the case when telling a story with such a large number of characters. The plot was well done and kept me entertained through the entire book. The romance was sweet, but had some definite heated moments. The story was well written and ended with me wanted to read more by this author.

I received a copy of this book from Goodreads. All thoughts expressed are my own.

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