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Taming the Highland Bride

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entertaining Highlander amateur sleuth romance

Since her mother died six years, Merewen "Merry" Stewart has been the chatelaine for her family. However, her biggest mission is dealing with her always angry intoxicated father and brothers. Watching them, she pledges to herself she will not marry a drunk.

Her bet...
Since her mother died six years, Merewen "Merry" Stewart has been the chatelaine for her family. However, her biggest mission is dealing with her always angry intoxicated father and brothers. Watching them, she pledges to herself she will not marry a drunk.

Her betrothed Alex d'Aumesberry sends for her. However, when she arrives she finds him as incapacitated with drink as her family. Merry is unaware that the blacksmith got his lord intoxicated in order to pull a bad tooth. When she sees him wake up every day with a hangover, Merry rejects marriage to Alex as she refuses to leave one set of drunks for another. However, he is kind to her and others and she realizes she never sees him imbibe. Merry soon believes someone with close access to Alex is trying to kill him; she investigates.

This is an entertaining Highlander amateur sleuth romance starring a strong women and the beleaguered man she is supposed to wed. The fast-paced story line is owned by courageous Merry who refuses to go from the frying pan into the fire, but soon realizes something's afoot. Fans will relish this enjoyable historical romantic whodunit.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on January 22, 2010

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Review of Taming of the Highland Bride

Can't say that this was my favorite book--was really mediocre. The plot was okay, the writting style was okay. Don't think I'll recommend this to anyone, in fact if I had this in hard copy instead of e-book I would sell it to get some of my money back.

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Can't say that this was my favorite book--was really mediocre. The plot was okay, the writting style was okay. Don't think I'll recommend this to anyone, in fact if I had this in hard copy instead of e-book I would sell it to get some of my money back.

I've read Lynsay Sands's vampire series but really grew tired of the same plot line reapeated so many times and have read some of her historical romances before but I think this has solified that she is not the writer for me. Sorry Lynsay!

posted by Tam79 on February 17, 2010

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