THE WITCH OF CLAN SINCLAIR
With powerful characters and depth of emotion, Ranney’s latest Sinclair romance hits the mark. Readers won’t fail to empathize with the strong-willed feminist heroine and will desire the kilt-clad alpha hero. Ranney adds plenty of sexual tension, danger and historical detail to round out the story and keep readers enthralled.
Newspaper editor Mairi Sinclair is determined to make it in a man’s world. When she’s turned away from a lecture because of her gender, Mairi is furious. Logan Harrison, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, is intrigued by the fiery young woman. She certainly doesn’t have the makings of the ideal politician’s wife, but her spirit calls to him. Then, he rescues her from men attacking her for speaking out on women’s rights. She’s unable to resist the temptation — all it takes is one kiss for passion and tempers to flare, forcing Mairi and Logan to decide if politics and love make perfect bedfellows. (AVON, May, 380 pp., $7.99)