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In the late sixteenth century in Scotland, her abusive stepfather Calum Tannach arranges for Honora to wed the oldest son of Laird Sinclare, Artair. However, on their wedding day, Cavan Sinclaire, thought dead, crashes the ceremony. Calum realizes he is the rightful h...
In the late sixteenth century in Scotland, her abusive stepfather Calum Tannach arranges for Honora to wed the oldest son of Laird Sinclare, Artair. However, on their wedding day, Cavan Sinclaire, thought dead, crashes the ceremony. Calum realizes he is the rightful heir and demands he marry Honora. She knows he once saved her life when she was eight years old, but one look at her new betrothed leaves her fearful that this big man will be as brutal as her stepfather although his eyes twinkle with kindness.------------- Cavan knows his immediate need is to keep his people safe from raiders, but he will honor the wedding contract that states the eldest Sinclaire will marry Honora. Still although he believes she is a pretty lass he will not allow her to interfere with his obsession to insure his clan┬┐s safety. As passion turns to desire and desire to love, Cavan believes he is fortunate, but now must convince his wife they were intended for one another even as someone causes dissension, despair, and destruction.--------------- Though typical of the historical highlander romance especially the return of the prodigal son, readers will appreciate this fine sixteenth century tale. The lead couple is a fabulous pairing as neither is prepared to marry the other, but obligation (and contracts) supersede their desires soon love supersedes all desires. Fans will appreciate the RETURN OF THE ROGUE as he understands his duty to his clan and to his wife while she proves his equal.------ Harriet Klausner

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I have realized that most of the time I judge a romance novel by how much the hero appeals to me. This one didn't appeal to me at all. He was stubborn, inconsiderate, and verbally abusive. Then suddenly he falls in love and becomes stubborn, inconsiderate, and unsure of...
I have realized that most of the time I judge a romance novel by how much the hero appeals to me. This one didn't appeal to me at all. He was stubborn, inconsiderate, and verbally abusive. Then suddenly he falls in love and becomes stubborn, inconsiderate, and unsure of himself. I find it hard to swallow that she fell madly in love with him.

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    I have realized that most of the time I judge a romance novel by how much the hero appeals to me. This one didn't appeal to me at all. He was stubborn, inconsiderate, and verbally abusive. Then suddenly he falls in love and becomes stubborn, inconsiderate, and unsure of himself. I find it hard to swallow that she fell madly in love with him.

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