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by Donna Fletcher

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Late 1500s Scotland

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The wild Highlands, the clans, the political alliances and romance merge in Fletcher's latest. Starting out strong and intriguing, this novel becomes a battle-of-wills romance with all the standard situations, villains and repartee readers expect -- there's nothing new or fresh, but it's an entertaining read.

Long ago Cavan Sinclare turned down the chance to wed Honora Tannach, believing her to be too timid
to make him a good wife. But he returns from captivity on the day she's to wed his brother and, through a twist of fate, marries her himself.

Honora would even wed a man who doesn't want her to be free of her ruthless stepfather. But she's not as timid as Cavan thinks, and she soon displays her courage and a passion that matches his own. Together they will stave off marauders and a treacherous scheme to destroy their clan. (Avon, Mar., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: March 2008

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