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by Michelle Willingham

Genre: Historical Romance, Scotland
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: Medieval Scotland

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Willingham is known for her sensual medieval romances peopled with original characters and her wonderful attention to detail. Book two in her MacKinloch Clan Series is all that, but it gets weighed down with too much angst and not enough interaction between protagonists.

The death of their son drives Alex and Laren MacKinloch apart until, three years later, they are almost strangers. When the English invade and burn them out, Alex and Laren are forced to cleave together to rebuild their home and marriage. Laren hopes that her glassblowing will help bring coin to the clan coffers, but Alex is fearful for her safety and orders her to stop. It is not until they both confront their fears and insecurities that they can reclaim their love. (HARLEQUIN, Aug., 288 pp., $6.25)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: August 2011

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