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THE TEMPLAR'S TREASURE
by Linda Lea Castle

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: Medieval Scotland

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Castle writes an appealing romance with full, vibrant characters and lush descriptions. But the story is somewhat overshadowed by a slow pace and repetitive details. Overall, thought, this is a good book with a believable storyline and sympathetic characters.

Heather of Ard Na Said
lives a life of quiet drudgery until
she stumbles over a portion of a
secret treasure and is faced with a
dangerous stranger who wants to recover the missing object. During
their encounter, Heather makes a weeping stone cry. It's believed
that whoever can do this will be
important to Scotland.

Gair of Sutherland has pledged
to keep the Templar Knights' treasure safe. But his oath is tested once he
witnesses Heather with the weeping stone. As their enemies come closer, Gair must decide whether he will uphold his word to his brother knights or protect the woman who is slowly claiming his heart. (The Wild Rose Press, Sep., 200 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Keitha Hart

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Published: September 2007

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