Border Moonlight

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Lady Sibylla Cavers is ripe for marriage, yet she's rejected the first three suitors her father brought. When one of these suitors, the dashing Lord Simon Murray, rescues both Lady Sibylla and the small child she was trying to pull from the churning River Tweed, Sibylla begins to see Lord Simon in a new light. As he cares for her and the child until both are recovered from their near-deaths, she finds admirable - even lovable - qualities in Lord Simon. But political intrigue surrounding the powerful governor of ...

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Overview

Lady Sibylla Cavers is ripe for marriage, yet she's rejected the first three suitors her father brought. When one of these suitors, the dashing Lord Simon Murray, rescues both Lady Sibylla and the small child she was trying to pull from the churning River Tweed, Sibylla begins to see Lord Simon in a new light. As he cares for her and the child until both are recovered from their near-deaths, she finds admirable - even lovable - qualities in Lord Simon. But political intrigue surrounding the powerful governor of Scotland will throw obstacles in the path if Simon's and Sibylla's budding love. Simon will fight for his inherited estate, while Sibylla will use all of her wits to protect their future together.

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Editorial Reviews

Theromancereadersconnection.com
Fans of Scottish romances set in the 1370s are bound to be enthralled...
Romantictimes.com
...a medieval readers' banquet.
FreshFiction.com
"Scott's gift is her ability to create people you want to know. No matter the conflict or the story line, you're always drawn to the people."
--Romantictimes.com
"...a medieval readers' banquet."
--Theromancereadersconnection.com
"Fans of Scottish romances set in the 1370s are bound to be enthralled..."
—Theromancereadersconnection.com
"Fans of Scottish romances set in the 1370s are bound to be enthralled..."
—Romantictimes.com
"...a medieval readers' banquet."
From the Publisher
"Fans of Scottish romances set in the 1370s are bound to be enthralled..."——Theromancereadersconnection.com

"...a medieval readers' banquet."——Romantictimes.com

"RITA-award-winning Scott has a flair for colorful, convincing characterization..."——Publishers Weekly

"Scott's gift is her ability to create people you want to know. No matter the conflict or the story line, you're always drawn to the people."—FreshFiction.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780446541350
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 426,896
  • Product dimensions: 4.24 (w) x 6.68 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Meet the Author

Border Moonlight is Amanda Scott's 50th novel, and she is the recipient of the Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Award. She lives in Folsom, California, outside of Sacramento. She is a fourth-generation Californian. Her website is: http://www.amandascottauthor.com

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  • Posted January 26, 2009

    Intrigue and sizzle

    Border Moonlight<BR/>Amanda Scott<BR/>ISBN:0-446-54135-4<BR/>Forever / Hatchett Book Group<BR/>January 2009<BR/>5 stars<BR/>Review by : Laura for Reviewyourbook.com<BR/> Intrigue and sizzle <BR/>Amanda Scott is one of my favorite authors, and she did not disappoint with Border Moonlight. Sibylla is the perfect character to wrap a story around, she's spirited, confident and sassy. Watching her relationship with Simon Murray come to life kept this reader up late into the night turning the pages. The story is full of intrigue and sizzle with a little humor thrown in. Border Moonlight kept me coming back for more right through the final chapters. This book will be on my list of must read again.

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  • Posted November 28, 2008

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    This is an exciting Border romance

    In 1386 Edinburgh, at the altar, fourteen years old Sibylla Cavers says no to a marriage to ancient Lord Galston. A year later she is at the altar where she meets her latest groom for the first time, but says no again when he cannot even smile; he vows vengeance for her impudence. Two years later she informs her irate frustrated father Sir Malcolm she will not marry his third choice who spends all his time with his men. Her father writes her off and plans to arrange his next oldest daughter¿s marriage, praying she is more biddable.<BR/><BR/>In 1391, Sibylla is riding alone when she hears a child¿s scream. She sees the lass drowning in the nearby river and makes a gallant attempt to rescue the young lass from the current, but is hurt in the unsuccessful process. Laird Simon Murray returning home accompanied by a small contingency saves her while his men rescue the child. He takes the injured Sibylla home even as both recognize one another from her jilting him at the altar over three years ago. As they become better acquainted with one another, they fall in love, but trouble on the border appears ready to divide clans in a potentially ferocious war.<BR/><BR/>This is an exciting Border romance with plenty of action as strife seems everywhere starting with an abduction. The story line is fast-paced from the opening moment when the intrepid Sybilla says no to the priest in front of her father and others and never slows down until the final clan confrontation. Amanda Scott fans will enjoy her latest medieval romance starring a brave female and the arrogant laird in a terrific historical gender war.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2013

    More of a dense historical, political intrigue than straight rom

    More of a dense historical, political intrigue than straight romance. So if you are a fan of Heather Graham like style you will enjoy.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2014

    Dismal

    Really awful and boring. Lengthy descriptions of humorless people doing every day tasks. Skip it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2014

    Very good.

    I liked the part where Simon steadied the log while rescuing Sybillia.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2013

    This book is fine, as long as you are willing to accept that imp

    This book is fine, as long as you are willing to accept that impossibly clever women are drawn to ridiculously stupid men and that lust is an excellent foundation for a relationship.  Simon was a parody of the male dominant reality of that era while I was half expecting to learn that Sibylla had time traveled back from the modern era.  

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    Posted August 20, 2013

    Winston

    Follows.

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    Posted April 24, 2013

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    Hi

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2012

    Blazeclan Borders! Dense Forest!

    You are running through the forest when a cat jumped out in front of you! He sheathed and unsheathed his claws, ready for a fight!! (No one shall die here.)

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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