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MY FAIR HIGHLANDER
by Mary Wine

Genre: Historical Romance, Scotland
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1500 Scotland

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Wine continues her riveting Highland series with a hero that you’ll want to park beneath your bed. He is strong and fierce but gentle when needed. Her hellion of a heroine is his ideal match. With its quick pace and fierce love, this is a wonderful summer read.

Since the death of her father, grief-stricken Jemma Ramsden has been ignoring her duties to her brother and the household. When he reminds her of this, shame and anger cause her to do the one thing that brings her pleasure: riding. But the lands are not safe. She is attacked and rescued by Laird Barras, their neighbor and a suitor for her hand.

Gordon sweeps her away to his estate, planning on convincing her that he is the man for her. They are wildly attracted to each other, but both are independent and strong willed. They fight as hard as they love. When Jemma is poisoned, Gordon realizes how much he loves her. But before they can attempt to find happiness together they must find her poisoner. (BRAVA, Aug., 288 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jill Brager

Publisher: BRAVA

Published: August 2011

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