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A Rogue In A Kilt

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    amusing medieval romance

    In 1410 Scotland, Duncan MacDougall bets his best friend Sir Angus MacDougall that the latter cannot find a wife in three months. If Angus succeeds Duncan will give him the keys to Donaliegh; if he fails he owes his pal six months in ¿knight¿ pay. To obtain a castle, Angus figures marriage is worth the price though he would prefer not to wed anyone.--- However, as the clock ticks, Angus soon learns how difficult obtaining a wife truly is as no one seems to want him. As he continues his quest, he tries to protect a young woman from a wolf, but she moves and his knife hits her. He soon learns that he has wounded Birdalani a healer who is friends with the wolf. As she heals she agrees to a handfast to Angus so that he can earn his title. To the shock of Angus and Birdalani both want to make their arrangement permanent as they have fallen in love, but neither will say so out of fear of rejection even as they trek to their new home together.--- A ROGUE IN KILT is an amusing medieval romance starring two delightful protagonists. The storyline never takes itself seriously as Sandy Blair shows a flair for tongue in cheek. Readers will laugh with Angus¿ constant rejections even from hard up females until he meets Birdalani. She knows they belong tighter as she is more than just a gifted healer, but does not want to show her skills for fear she will drive him off though the future reads otherwise to her. This is a fun historical romance that those who enjoy a more lighthearted romp will appreciate.--- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2004

    A Romping Good Read

    A paranormal set in the 14th century of Scotland, Ms. Blair fills her story with the ungorgetable characters Angus MacDougall and the spae heler Birdie. Nearly blind, Birdie stumbles from one near catastrophe to another, until Angus realizes the woman he's become handfasted to cannot see beyond her arm. When he discovers the woman he loves is a celtic healer during a time when the church has burned pagans, he promises to protect her from any harm...This book made me laugh during the budding relationship of Birdie and Angus, and cry at the heartbreak both must endure until they realize their love is the one thing that can bring them happiness. If you love Alpha men and undaunted heroines, you'll love the second in Ms. Blair's KILT series....can't wait for more

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