The Warrior Bride (Highland Rogues Series) [NOOK Book]

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Lachlan MacGown has been long suspicious of the mysterious warrior "Hunter" and when he discovers that "he" is a she, Lachlan couldn't be more stunned...or delighted! But no matter how lovely the lass is, he's seen her conferring with an enemy of his clan, and he doesn't trust her an inch. Especially when she takes a job as nursemaid to that enemy's young children. So Lachlan appoints himself her escort, refusing to leave her side—which makes for very interesting days...and ...

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The Warrior Bride (Highland Rogues Series)

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Overview

Lachlan MacGown has been long suspicious of the mysterious warrior "Hunter" and when he discovers that "he" is a she, Lachlan couldn't be more stunned...or delighted! But no matter how lovely the lass is, he's seen her conferring with an enemy of his clan, and he doesn't trust her an inch. Especially when she takes a job as nursemaid to that enemy's young children. So Lachlan appoints himself her escort, refusing to leave her side—which makes for very interesting days...and nights!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061746765
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 10/13/2009
  • Series: Highland Rogues Series
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 659
  • File size: 640 KB

Meet the Author

Lois Greiman is the award-winning author of more than twenty novels, including romantic comedy, historical romance, and mystery. She lives in Minnesota with her family and an ever-increasing number of horses.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2012

    Not a very interesting read

    I have read many of her books and have enjoyed them all very much, but this one drags on & on. Over 100 pages to start with nothing happening and some 10 pages just on them arguing over her taking a bath, since she sees herself as a man & all .....about half way through it gets to the whole plot of the book...not worth the money if you ask me BUT her other Books were wonderful!!!
    I will read more of hers, 1 bad apple do not ruin the whole bunch

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  • Posted February 22, 2011

    Read the other first

    I would not recommend reading this book independently. I did not realize it was part of a series and was lost for half the book. It kind of dragged on for the first few chapters but it was a decent concept for a book but it did not follow through. C- at best, I won't be reading it again so it will sit in my NOOK archive.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    poweful sixteenth century romance

    In 1535 during a battle between Scottish clans, the mysterious warrior Hunter saves the life of an unconscious Lachlan ¿Rouge Fox¿ MacGowan. Lachlan¿s brothers tease him as how tenderly Hunter carried him from the battlefield to the safety of Evermyst as if they were lovers. Even though he resents owing anyone anything, Lachlan, vowing to pay his debt, wants to thank the warrior who probably saved his life. In 1536 Lachlan still owes the Hunter, who rejects everything the Rogue Fox offers. Lachlan has become intrigued with the warrior and swears he will learn the secret of this great fighter. When he does uncover the secret he is shocked beyond belief, but beginning to understand his fascination with the Hunter while he observes the warrior talking with an enemy while evil stalks Evermyst. THE WARRIOR BRIDE my be the strongest of Lois Greiman¿s Scottish romances as the cast makes for quite an exciting tale. The Hunter is a wonderful warrior with secrets that will surprise the audience. Lachlan is obsessive to make remittance to his savior until he uncovers the secret and changes his obsession. The secondary characters add depth to a tale that will provide much satisfaction to readers of sixteenth century romances. Harriet Klausner

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