Book Review

by Michele Sinclair

Genre: Historical Romance, Scotland
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1300s Scotland

2013 Scotland-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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Sinclair’s newest McTiernay book will make her previous readers roar with laughter and delight while newcomers will be thrilled as her writing reaches out to grab their attention, heart and soul. Sinclair’s ability to meld storytelling and deep emotions makes this a “can’t put down” read.

Craig McTiernay has sworn to protect the Highlands and places that vow above personal desires. His closest friend and confidant is Meriel, the beautiful daughter of their neighboring clan and his bride-to-be. Meriel has been questioning whether her expected marriage to Craig is solely due to friendship and duty. She has to believe Craig reciprocates her passion. In an attempt to make Craig jealous, she visits a cousin escorted by one of Craig’s closest friends, Hamish. Hamish decides to aid Meriel in her scheme to get Craig to confess his love. Will Craig be able to admit his love and allow himself the chance to find happiness while upholding his promise — and will Meriel believe him? (ZEBRA, Jun., 416 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: June 2013

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