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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    exciting historical romance novel

    In 1534 Scotland, the Ramsey siblings return home following a futile week chasing after ¿mythical Munroes, finding none on their land. Instead the brothers come across an unconscious Anora Fraser, who they take home with them. Once awakened, Anora claims some wild tale of a shadowy warrior attacking her. <P>Although two of the brothers fall for her spin, Ramsey has doubts. As Lachlan and Gilmour argue over who will escort the beautiful Anora back to her home, Ramsey takes charge of the situation. The shadowy warrior stalks Anora and her escorts, making the trek quite perilous, but it does not stop Ramsey and his charge from falling in love with one another. <P>THE FRASER BRIDE, the opening act of Lois Greiman¿s Highland Rogues trilogy, is an exciting historical romance novel that will thrill readers who enjoy suspense filled works filled with betrayal and love. Though the story line is fast-paced as the lead couple goes from one adventure to another with an ancient prophecy hanging between them, some readers have been there and have the book to prove it. Still Lois Greiman is known for her Scottish tales and her latest novel will elate her fans. Hopefully, they won¿t have to wait long for the tales of Lachlan and Gilmour. <P>Harriet Klausner

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