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by Michele Sinclair

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1309 Scotland

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With her second novel Sinclair demonstrates a talent for characterization, strong plotting, sensuality and deep emotional introspection that carries readers into the hearts and minds of her hero and heroine.

It's her dying father's
wish that Makenna Dunstan wed
Colin McTiernay for the clan's safety. Colin knows Makenna dislikes and
mistrusts him, but he will follow her father's orders and protect Makenna and the clan from their enemy, Leon MacCuaig, who desires Makenna
and the Dunstan lands.

Strong-willed and independent Makenna doesn't believe Colin has
the best interests of the clan at heart. She doesn't know he's been secretly training an army to protect them
from MacCuaig. But slowly Makenna yields to her desire for Colin, trusting him with her people and her heart. However, when a spy in their midst enables MacCuaig to abduct Makenna, Colin must strike back
and rescue his beloved. (Zebra, Jul.,
352 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: July 2008

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