Book Review

by Amanda Scott

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1374 Scotland

RT Rating

Continuing the tradition of her Scottish romances, Scott has crafted another phenomenal story. The characters jump off the page and the politics and treachery inherent in the plot suck you into life on the borders from page one. This is the finest in historical romance.

Jennifer, the Baroness of Easdale, agrees to marry a stranger because her guardian claims she has
no right to choose a husband. When
she watches a troupe of traveling minstrels perform at her betrothal ball, she decides to have one last adventure before her marriage.

Since her maid's brother is a member of the group, Jenny feels safe joining them. As their travels progress, her abilities as a musician and singer garner respect from the troupe. The first time
she performs she's accompanied by Sir Hugh Douglas, her betrothed's much older brother, who has joined the
troupe under false pretenses. Jenny learns to trust Hugh, and their friendship grows as they try to protect their beloved Scotland from a vengeful, political plot and her guardian's schemes. (FOREVER, Jul., 388 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: FOREVER

Published: July 2009

Reader Rating

4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(1 ratings)

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