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Seducing the Highlander

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  • Posted June 20, 2010

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    Love those Scots!

    This was the first book I read by Emma Wildes and I am glad it was this one because it was just lovely! Romantic! And the cover of the book is great too! Woo Hoo! I just love those big, muscular Scotland Highlanders! There are 3 stores in this book, and it worked for me. While inter=related, it would have been too much to have them all in one story. All 3 stories were excellent and I don't think I loved one more than the other. The writing style is smooth and beautiful, and although each story is shorter than a full novel, the characters did not suffer, nor the story line for each. My favorite alpha male in these stories was Robbie. He was always steadfast, calm and soo gorgeous, and matched well with Julia. I look forward to reading another of Ms. Wildes' books in the near future.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 31, 2010

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    These three interrelated Highlander romances are fun tales of kick butt heroes, feisty heroines, and vile villain

    "Seducing Ian". Wanting to force the hand of his enemy to drop false charges brought against a clan relative, Laird Ian McCray kidnaps the adversary's betrothed Leanna Arlington. However, he wants her and she him, but her intended will not go away gracefully.

    "Seducing Robbie". Julia Cameron offers Robbie McCray a large dowry if he marries and protects her. However, as he is ready to agree, both wants much more in their relationship as each feels the heat of desire.

    "Seducing Aidan". When his betrothal abruptly ended, Adain Cameron feels depressed and lost; that is until he rescues Gillian Lorin from highwaymen who accosted her on her way to her meeting her vicious betrothed. However, instead of escorting her to her intended husband, he takes her to his clan where she asks for sanctuary and he offers much more knowing the threat to his people.

    These three interrelated Highlander romances are fun tales of kick butt heroes, feisty heroines, and vile villains who come together to make an entertaining historical romantic anthology.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted July 31, 2010

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    WHAT A BOOK!!

    This is the first Emma Wilde book I read & it is a keeper! All three stories are beautifully written and soooo romantic. The characters are strong and likeable. I originally bought the book thinking I could read the three stories separately and in my spare time. I couldn't put the book down! It was that good! Can't wait to try more from this author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2012

    Excellent short stories!!!!

    Excellent short stories, all three were exciting, well written, and the highlander men sounded gorgeous!!!!!

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