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Surrender to the Highlander (Harlequin Historical Series #886)
     

Surrender to the Highlander (Harlequin Historical Series #886)

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by Terri Brisbin
 

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Torn between honor and desire…

Innocent Margriet Gunnarsdottir carried a heavy secret. She faced a perilous journey to the wild and distant north of Scotland, and her safety lay in her adopted disguise—a nun's habit! But her only protector, a proud, rough-hewn Highlander, made her ache to share her crushing burden.

Rurik

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Surrender to the Highlander (Harlequin Historical Series #886) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous 11 days ago
I appologize for the bad review, but this book was not realistic at all. I know this is fiction but there is no way a man would be willing to overlook the fact that this woman carried his half brothers child. Back in that day she would have been severely shunned and a man of his status would have never been allowed to marry her. It was not a believable story, and the heroine seemed dim witted most of the time. Some may enjoy this book, but I did not.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
BORING......................................................................................... Rurik is a horndog.  He lusts after everything in a skirt or in this case a nuns habit.   Margriet has spent the last 10 years living in a convent and still has a hard time keeping her inner bimbo under control.   They spend most of the book  lusting after each other.   Though they can't seem to communicate on any level.    SPOILER  ALERT------------------------ Did I mention she's a little bit pregnant by his homicidal maniac brother.      And even with all that going on this book is still as dull as dishwater.  Go figure.   Save your money.  Really had to force myself to finish this book.   
ssmommie75TB More than 1 year ago
Surrender to the Highlander was a good book, for myself however it just wasn't as good as Terri Brisbin's other books. I did enjoy Margriet and Rurik's story, but it seemed to move slowly.
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Didn't realize this was part of her series Taming the Highlander, being book 1, and I read out of order. Not my favorite so far, but still good. Had some twists I didn't see coming. (Ljb)
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