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Highland Warrior
     

Highland Warrior

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by Connie Mason
 

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Scotland 1415 ...

The flame-haired virago bearing down on Ross MacKenna was far too shapely to be a seasoned warrior, but she was just as deadly. As she engaged him on the battlefield, Ross knew her for a MacKay, long-time enemies of his clan. What he didn't know was that she would soon be his wife, given to him by her father in a desperate effort to end

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Scotland 1415 ...

The flame-haired virago bearing down on Ross MacKenna was far too shapely to be a seasoned warrior, but she was just as deadly. As she engaged him on the battlefield, Ross knew her for a MacKay, long-time enemies of his clan. What he didn't know was that she would soon be his wife, given to him by her father in a desperate effort to end generations of feuding. The only problem was that of all her family, Gillian MacKay was the least willing to make peace. Her fiery temper challenged his mastery. Both politics and pride demanded that he tame her, but he would do it his way – with a seduction that would sweep away her defenses, and win her heart.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014864565
Publisher:
Ten Talents Press
Publication date:
08/11/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
52,756
File size:
355 KB

Meet the Author

Connie Mason is the bestselling author of 60 books and novellas and counting. Her tales of passion and adventure are set in exotic as well as in American locales. Connie has won awards from Romantic Times and has been listed in Who's Who of American Women for several years. Connie makes her home in Tarpon Springs, Florida.

Connie is a world traveler. She has visited every country in Western and Eastern Europe, Greece, Asia and Northern Africa. Also, countless islands in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas. Connie enjoys spending time with her three children, nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Visit her Website at www.conniemason.com

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Highland Warrior 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Worth every penny. Full of real emotion and hot steamy love. Wonderful characters and a plot that sucks you in. I didn't want to go to work because I was so only hundred pages away from the ending. 247 pages, in my nook each page counted for three or four. I wish she'd try her hand at paranormal romance and then she'd encompass my to favorite genres! If you like strong heros and think for themselves women with steamy love scenes and a great story, this aurthor is for you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm glad I read it. It was a good page turner and I like the ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved Ross and Gillian 's story, a bit of anger bantering and lust....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it this book really takes you back. It had me envisioning I was the warrior (ha ha :) ). It's the best read I've had in a long long time, and I read a lot of historical romantic novels. I'll be looking for more of her novels.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters are just plain dumber than dumb. The heroine was particularly irritating. Strong women wedded to the enemy isn't exactly a new idea, but while i've seen stupid, this character seems to take it to infinity and beyond. to spoil some: someone tries to kill her husband, so she decides to go alone to confront the person she thinks did it. in their house. With their clan members. All alone. no one knows that's where she went. obviously she is extremely surprised he just had his men disarm her and kidnap her. I'm not saying the hero didn't have his good moments of dumb, because he also won awards for being close-minded and exercising poor judgement Don't waste your money on this one. The writing isn't bad, and the story isn't terrible, but the characters are.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I realize this is fiction but this was unrealistic & juvenile
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The plot and main idea of the storyline was catching however, the ending could have come earlier. Towards the end I thought the end was near onlt to tear off onto another plot twist after another. It seemed to keep dragging. Overall it held suspense, frustration and smiles.
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loved this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent read, so good I read it twice in a row. Loved the Hero and Heroine and all the other characters involved, the book was very exciting from beginning to end and very steamy loves scenes.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Okay, I admit it I¿m a sucker for a good cover and Mason always gets the best ones! However, what has kept reading coming back to her for over 4 dozens books is she delivers novels worth reading. I always feel like I got the `price of the ticket¿. In this book, Mason once again heads to the Highlands. The MacKays and MacKenna¿s have a long-standing feud, so when the Laird of the MacKays loses another son, he¿s determined to see the deaths stop. To this end, he offers his daughter in married to handsome Ross MacKenna. Ross, too, feels it¿s time for the killing to stop, so he agrees to marry Gillian. Only, Gillian isn¿t too thrilled to be shoved into a political marriage. It¿s an uneasy truce, this battleground called marriage. Ross desires Gillian, but doesn¿t trust her. Gillian is resistant but soon begins to fall in love with him. Just as they are finding a middle ground in their lives, there are a series of attacks against the MacKays. Ross blames Gillian and banishes her, sending her into sphere of the real enemy. Mason proves she is still the Queen of Romance, no matter the period. Her fans will adore this one, another keeper for the Mason shelf!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Connie Mason never loses her touch! A page turner. I liked the fact that Gillian was headstrong and brave. She was not afraid of the mighty Laird of the MacKenna's!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In the fifteenth century Scottish Highlands, the Mackay and Mackenna clans have been fighting for years so no one is surprised when hostilities break out again. However, wanting an end to the seemingly back and forth battle of revenge in which both clans lose, the MacKay Laird approaches his Mackenna counterpart with an odd deal when he offers his daughter Gillian in marriage. Laird Ross Mackenna wants to end the bloodshed too while saving face. He met Gillian on the battlefield and appreciates her fiery spirit so he agrees. --- Everyone on both sides of the feud is elated with the upcoming nuptials that will ring in peace and prosperity for all. That is everyone except Gillian who feels like a pawn and another suitor who wants the lass¿ fortune for himself even if that means igniting the feud into an inferno. --- The gender battle between the lead protagonists make for a fine time for historical romance readers as Gillian proves more than a match for Ross. The story line is fast-paced with these strange bedfellows fighting one another and enemies who want their nuptials ended before they begin. Connie Mason provides a delightful fifteenth century Scottish romance starring a strong heroine and her powerful champion. --- Harriet Klausner