Highland Honor [NOOK Book]

Overview

Willfully stubborn, innocently courageous, Callie Whitcomb braves a journey through the treacherous highlands to the Macpherson castle. Callie flees from an unwanted marriage as well as her ruthless half brother. Naively she believes Colin MacPherson, the head of the clan, is loyal to her father and will give her sanctuary, protecting her from the vile plans that have been made for her.

As hard and as unyielding as the winter storms that ...
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Highland Honor

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Overview

Willfully stubborn, innocently courageous, Callie Whitcomb braves a journey through the treacherous highlands to the Macpherson castle. Callie flees from an unwanted marriage as well as her ruthless half brother. Naively she believes Colin MacPherson, the head of the clan, is loyal to her father and will give her sanctuary, protecting her from the vile plans that have been made for her.

As hard and as unyielding as the winter storms that sweep through the countryside, Colin is irresistibly drawn to the impetuous beauty who has magically appeared on his doorsteps. Despite his vows of revenge against her father, she stirs his passion as well as his sense of justice...but to love her would violate all his vows of revenge.
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HIGHLAND HONOR
by Christina Young

Favorite quote: Overall I liked the story and can recommend it as a worthwhile read. The author has a lot of talent and the plot and tension of the story are well handled.

Callie goes on the run to get away from her step-brother and the man he arranged for her to marry. She is rescued by a Scotsman who is the chief of his clan. He is known as Hawke. But when Hawke finds out she is Lady Whitcomb, he starts to treat her as an enemy. His f
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013250291
  • Publisher: Rogue Phoenix Press
  • Publication date: 10/28/2011
  • Series: Highland , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 554,598
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Born in Medford, Oregon, novelist Christine Young has lived in Oregon all of her life. After graduating from Oregon State University with a BS in science, she spent another year at Southern Oregon State University working on her teaching certificate, and a few years later received her Master's degree in secondary education and counseling. Now the long, hot days of summer provide the perfect setting for creating romance. She sold her first book, Dakota's Bride, the summer of 1998 and her second book, My Angel to Kensington. Her teaching and writing careers have intertwined with raising three children. Christine's newest venture is the creation of Rogue Phoenix Press. Christine is the founder, editor and co-owner with her husband. They live in Salem, Oregon.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2012

    Okq Okay

    The story line is not bad but the writing is very wierd. It is like no one proof read the story. The characters dont have strong personality but they are nice enough. Some parts of the book nothing happens and other parts every thing happens together. Compared to highland books from writers like Garwood, Quinn or even Sinclair orMccarty his writer has a long way to go.




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