Book Review

by Jackie Ivie

Genre: Historical Romance, Scotland
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1689 Scotland

2012 British Isle-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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Ivie’s newest title raises the bar with its strong plot, fast pace and hold- your-breath action. Rife with unusual but excellently portrayed characters from extremely different backgrounds, this story is filled with incredible sexual tension, excellent repartee and unexpected perspectives. A romance of depth and passion.

Lady Amalie escapes an unwanted marriage by taking a governess position in Scotland. At an inn, she is caught between two feuding Highlanders — one of whom, Thayne MacGowan, claims her in order to protect her. Amalie does not refute Thayne’s claim, unaware that in Scotland as long as both parties state they are married, it is legally binding. Thus, she and the infant in her care come under his protection. Amalie becomes attracted to Thayne, and he realizes he is completely besotted with her. Just as they come to a true marriage, her father arrives to “rescue” her, creating new problems for the lovers. (ZEBRA, Sep., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: September 2012

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