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McClairen's Isle: The Reckless One: A Loveswept Classic Romance
     

McClairen's Isle: The Reckless One: A Loveswept Classic Romance

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by Connie Brockway
 

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As Connie Brockway’s spellbinding Highland trilogy continues, a man with sin in his smile falls for a femme fatale who might be an angel of mercy . . . or death.

Restless, daring, proud, they are the Merricks: Raine, the second son, the reckless one; Ashton, his older brother, the passionate one; and Fia, their sister, the ravishing one. Born of

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McClairen's Isle: The Reckless One 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
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I read a couple of this authors books before this one, and liked them, but i never connected with this one. The characters were likable, and the storyline was promising. Im not quite sure what went wrong but i just never connected with this book.
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In 1760 in a French prison, the notorious Madame Noir and her mountain of a servant Jacques arrives to select a foreign prisoner. Everyone associated with her dealings assume she purchases prisoners for her personal pleasure. English noble, Raine Merrick, knows his father the evil Lord Carr, will not ransom him from his incarceration in Dieppe. He sees Noir as a potential way to escape so he volunteers to be her boy toy.

As Jacques goes to pay off the guards, Raine escapes, but not before he realizes that Noir is not what she seems. She fears his touch and is much younger than he first thought. She explains that she needs him to impersonate her dead spouse, but once they reach England they can go their separate ways. However, unbeknownst to Raine, Favor McClairen (the person impersonating Madame Noir in France) has plans to marry Raine¿s father in order to regain her ancestral lands. Once in England, the duo meets at the Carr estate and fall in love, but she has a quest to right a wrong she inadvertently once committed and that means Lord Carr only. Beside which, though he feels passion for his former partner, he has no plans for a long-term relationship.

In her second MCCLAIREN¿S ISLE tale, Connie Brockway once again provides her audience with a very exciting historical romance as she did with THE PASSIONATE ONE. The enjoyable story line has more twists than a meandering river, but the plot retains an enthusiasm and vigor that will elate sub-genre fans. Fans will avidly wait for the third tale, THE RAVISHING ONE as Ms. Brockway has made the mid-eighteenth century a fun place to read.

Harriet Klausner