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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

A haunting romance

Sir Payton Murray is known as much for his trysts as for his sword prowess in defense of the helpless. A desperate Lady Kirstie MacIye interrupts Payton¿s rendezvous with a married woman when she begs him to help her. She accuses her husband Sir Roderick of trying to ...
Sir Payton Murray is known as much for his trysts as for his sword prowess in defense of the helpless. A desperate Lady Kirstie MacIye interrupts Payton¿s rendezvous with a married woman when she begs him to help her. She accuses her husband Sir Roderick of trying to kill her and abusing the children. Unable to resist the plea of beautiful lass, Payton agrees to rescue the lads though her clan and his clan might not appreciate his interference.

Payton abducts the children from under Roderick¿s literally iron fist and brings them to his home to be with Kirstie. As Payton and Kirstie begin to fall in love, the shadow of an irate vengeful Roderick crosses over their relationship for he is coming with treachery and deceit as his prime weapons.

HIGHLAND ANGEL is an intense historical romance starring two courageous heroes and a vile villain, who is so malevolent he seems more devil than human. This leads to readers wondering why anyone in his clan leadership tolerated his behavior. Payton is kind of like an Errol Flynn character, swashbuckling whether he ¿battles¿ the ladies (married of course) or evil knaves. Kirstie is his perfect mate as she brings out the best in him. The abuse subplot is interwoven into a fine historical romantic suspense that will bring elation to sub-genre readers.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Boring and depressing

Sorry, but I just could not enjoy this book. The characters are just so boring, and the whole subject of child abuse, murder, and molestation is a real downer. The book could have been a deep story about catching a molestor, or a light-hearted predictable romance, but i...
Sorry, but I just could not enjoy this book. The characters are just so boring, and the whole subject of child abuse, murder, and molestation is a real downer. The book could have been a deep story about catching a molestor, or a light-hearted predictable romance, but it tries to be both and that is where the problem lies.

posted by Anonymous on August 25, 2003

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