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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2014

    Very good.

    I liked the part where Isobel rescued Michael from getting whipped.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An exhilarating medieval romance

    In 1379, in the Scottish Highlands, Lady Isobel Macleod is riding by herself as she does every morning to escape the confines of her dad¿s home, which she is visiting, when she comes across several thugs whipping a man. She tells them to cease or face the wrath of her father. Instead they bind her and Michael leaving them temporarily in a cave while searching for the rest of the lady¿s party. Isobel frees them and takes Michael to her home, that of her oldest sister Christina and brother in law Hector ¿The Ferocious¿ Maclean (see LORD OF THE ISLES)......... Hector informs Michael St. Clair, brother to Henry about to be named Prince of the Isles, that he will wed Isobel. Michael agrees only if Isobel says yes. Isobel initially refuses, but changes her mind and they wed. They go to his castle where his mother does not accept his new bride. While falling in love, the newlyweds search for the treasure his father mentioned before dying, a treasure that the Kirk of Rome, Pope Urban wants.............. PRINCE OF DANGER is an exhilarating medieval romance that stars a fabulous lead female who takes charge in a crisis and a male who knows when to let her lead. The story line is action-packed as the duet struggle to elude his odious cousin Waldron and never slows down when they seek the hidden treasure. Fans of fast-paced historical tales starring an intrepid heroine and a courageous champion will want to read Amanda Scott¿s latest fourteenth century Highland thriller............. Harriet Klausner

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