To Conquer a Highlander [NOOK Book]

Overview

"Not to be missed."
-Lora Leigh, New York Times #1 bestselling author of Black Jack

A fierce Highland laird ready to kill for king and country...

When Torin McLeren discovers his neighbor's plot against his king, he takes their daughter as his prisoner, thereby stopping her father's plot from going forward. But that leaves him with a woman ...

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Overview

"Not to be missed."
-Lora Leigh, New York Times #1 bestselling author of Black Jack

A fierce Highland laird ready to kill for king and country...

When Torin McLeren discovers his neighbor's plot against his king, he takes their daughter as his prisoner, thereby stopping her father's plot from going forward. But that leaves him with a woman under his roof whom he can't ignore, and not just because she's his enemy's daughter...

A woman who's as much trouble as she is temptation...

Shannon McBoyd decides to use her captor to experience passion for the first time, and then to destroy him. But her plan goes awry because once she has lured Torin into her bed, she no longer wants to hurt the one man who seems to value and understand her...

Even if her father will kill him-and her-when he discovers what they've done...

"Deeply romantic, scintillating, and absolutely delicious."
-Sylvia Day, national bestselling author of The Stranger I Married

"Mary Wine's writing is absolutely stellar."
-CK2 Kwips & Critiques

"Mary Wine has a definite knack for pacing, and the story never lets up."
-Bookaholics

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Wine (In the Warrior’s Bed) fills this addictive tale of betrayal, lust, power, and love with detail-rich descriptions and frequent bedroom scenes hot enough to warm even the coldest Scottish nights. In 15th-century Scotland, women are expected to be quiet, meek, and above all obedient, but hot-blooded, hotheaded Shannon McBoyd is not a typical simpering lady. She meets her match in the dark, handsome highlander Torin McLeren, who kidnaps her to stop her father’s raids into McLeren land. While Scotland roils in political upheaval, Shannon struggles to accept passion and a future with Torin, never losing her independent spirit and courage even as she succumbs to her feelings. Wine skillfully creates suspense, keeping Shannon’s fate uncertain until the very end. With a captivating leading lady and terrific pacing, this story will be devoured by devoted historical romance readers. (July)
Between the Pages
Delicious, sizzling romance and intriguing historical backdrop blend together to make a fantastic read.
— Lynda
Books Like Breathing
Plenty of drama, action and romance ... If you like Highlander romances, I highly recommend that you pick this one up.
— Lynda
Starting Fresh
Just the mix of action, danger, intrigue and romance...
— Gaby
From the Publisher
"Wine knows her strengths and plays into them as she lures readers into a fast-paced tale. 4 out of 5 Star Review" - RT Book Reviews

"Mary Wine always does an excellent historical... exceptionally well researched and extremely authentic." - Night Owl Romance

"Such a delicious story... full of action. " - Yankee Romance Reviewers

"An exciting page turner." - Fresh Fiction

"An utterly fantastic book with characters that steal your heart." - The Long and Short of It Reviews

"Wine paints a vivid picture of how strong and determined a highlander is." - Coffee Time Romance

"If you want to immerse yourself in romance, while being transported to 15th century Scotland, look no further." - The Bookworm 07

"To Conquer a Highlander is a definite page-turner, with a plot that never slows." - The Royal Reviews

"A sexy, fun story about two people falling in love, no matter what obstacles are in their way." - The Book Lush

"A tantalizing story of betrayal becoming honor and beauty coming from the ashes of the past. " - Once Upon a Romance

RT Book Reviews
Wine knows her strengths and plays into them as she lures readers into a fast-paced tale. 4 out of 5 Star Review
— Kathe Robin
Night Owl Romance
Mary Wine always does an excellent historical... exceptionally well researched and extremely authentic.
Yankee Romance Reviewers
Such a delicious story... full of action.
— Terra
Fresh Fiction
An exciting page turner.
— Kay Quintin
The Long and Short of It Reviews
An utterly fantastic book with characters that steal your heart.
Coffee Time Romance
Wine paints a vivid picture of how strong and determined a highlander is.
The Bookworm 07
If you want to immerse yourself in romance, while being transported to 15th century Scotland, look no further.
— Naida
The Royal Reviews
To Conquer a Highlander is a definite page-turner, with a plot that never slows.
— Angela
The Book Lush
A sexy, fun story about two people falling in love, no matter what obstacles are in their way.
— Wendy
Once Upon a Romance
A tantalizing story of betrayal becoming honor and beauty coming from the ashes of the past.
— Robyn Roberts
The Book Junie
Addictively sexy characters who jump out from behind the pages.
— Brande
The Romance Dish
A fast-paced, emotional story... Steamy passion.
— PJ
Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell
A highland romance with a sexy Scot, and the bride he has stolen. Sounds like a good recipe for love
— Blodeuedd
Favorite PasTimes
A well-written and expertly plotted love story.
— Michelle Sutton
History Undressed
Wine gets two thumbs up! Her knack for sensory description and visuals was excellent.
— Eliza
Seductive Musings
To Conquer a Highlander definitely conquered my heart...
— Carrie
Queen of Happy Endings
An incredibly hot, steamy and sexy read. If you are also a fan of medieval romance than this book is a must read.
— Alaine
My Overstuffed Bookshelf

— Amy
Thoughts in Progress
A historical romance that will take your breath away.
— Mason Canyon
Debbie's Book Bag
Wine's descriptions of Highland life make the reader feel as though they are right there with the characters.
— Debbie
Royal Reviews
A definite page-turner, with a plot that never slows.
— Renee
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402256196
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/1/2010
  • Series: Hot Highlanders, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 45,194
  • File size: 882 KB

Meet the Author

Acclaimed author Mary Wine has written nearly twenty works of erotic fantasy, romantic suspense, and historical romance. An avid history-buff and historical costumer, she and her family enjoy participating in historical reenactments. Mary lives with her husband and two sons in Yorba Linda, California.

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From Chapter One:

Scotland 1437, McLeren land

Fire could be a welcome sight to a man when he'd been riding a long time and the sun had set, leaving him surrounded by darkness. But the sight of flames on the horizon could also be the most horrifying thing any laird ever set his eyes on.

Torin McLeren wanted to close his eyes in the hopes that the orange flames illuminating the night might not be there when he opened them again. He could smell the smoke on the night air now but didn't have the luxury of allowing the horror to turn his stomach. He was laird, and protecting his holdings was his duty.

Digging his spurs into his horse, he headed toward the inferno. Wails began to drown out the hissing flames. Laments carried on the night wind as wives and mothers mourned bitterly. The scent of blood rose above the smoke, the flickering orange light illuminating the fallen bodies of his clansmen. He stared at the carnage, stunned by the number of dead and wounded. He might be a Highlander and no stranger to battle, but this was a village, not a piece of land disputed and fought over by nobles. This was McLeren land and had been for more than a century.

A horror straight out of hell surrounded him. Mercy hadn't been present here-he'd seen less carnage after fighting the English. The slaughter was almost too much to believe or accept. His horse balked at his command to ride forward, the stallion rearing up as the heat from the blaze became hot against its hide. Torin cursed and slid from the saddle. Every muscle in his body tightened, rage slowly coming to a boil inside him. Hands reached out to him, grasping fingers seeking him as the only hope of righting the wrong that had been inflicted on them.

His temper burned hotter than the fire consuming the keep in front of him. They suffered raids from time to time, but this was something else entirely. It was war. The number of bodies lying where they had fallen was a wrong that could not be ignored. Nor should it be. These were his people, McLerens who trusted in his leadership and his sword arm for protection.

"Justice..."

One single word but it echoed across the fallen bodies of men wearing the same plaid he did. Every retainer left to keep the peace was lying dead, but they had died as Highlanders. The ground was littered with the unmoving forms of their attackers. His gaze settled on one body, the still form leaking dark blood onto his land, the kilt drawing his interest. Lowering his frame onto one knee, Torin fingered the colors of his enemy. The fire lit the scarlet and blue colors of the McBoyd clan. His neighbor and apparently now his enemy.

McBoyds? It didn't make sense. These were common people. Good folk who labored hard to feed their families. Every McLeren retainer stationed there knew and accepted that they might have to fight for their clan, but that did not explain the number of slain villagers. There was no reason for such a slaughter. No excuse he would ever swallow or accept. McLerens did not fear the night, be they common born or not. While he was laird, they would not live in fear.

"There will be justice. I swear it." His voice carried authority, but to those weeping over their lost family, it also gave comfort. Torin stood still only for a moment, his retainers backing him up before he turned and remounted his horse. He felt more at home in the saddle, more confident. His father had raised him to lead the McLerens in good times and bad. He would not disappoint him or a single McLeren watching him now.

"Well now, let us see what the McBoyds have to say for themselves, lads."

Torin turned his stallion into the night without a care for the clouds that kept the moonlight from illuminating the rocky terrain. He was a Highlander, after all. Let the other things in the dark fear him.

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  • Posted September 7, 2010

    AMAZING SCOTTISH HISTORICAL ROMANCE!

    TO CONQUER A HIGHLANDER by Mary Wine is a wonderful historical romance set in 1437 Scotland. It is well written with depth and details and is fast paced with twists and turns. It has suspense, adventure, wit, a kidnapping, revenge, lust, power,loyality to their clansmen,sensuality, romance, and Scotland at it's worst and best. The characters are strong willed, determined, loyal to their clan and their country and betrayal. The hero, Torin, is strong, handsome, sexy, loyal to his clansmen and his country, out for revenge and falls in love. The heroine, Shannon, is strong willed, beautiful even through rather comely, fiery spirit, courage, struggles against the passion between her and Torin. She has always obeyed her father, learning to endure his crudelty toward her and others. She once again, obeys her father's wish to marry who he has given her to, a traitor of Scotland's kin. While, on her way to her wedding, she is kidnapped by the McLeren clan, who her father raided against,killed their clansmen and destroyed their village. The McLeren is going to use her for exchange of one of their clansmen, Torin's nephrew. Little do they know how much trouble their hostage is going to be, for she is determined not to let them get the best of her. She attempts several escapes, but is caught by Torin, who is guickly falling in love with her fiery spirit and determined mind. When the new king of Scotland learns of Shannon's family plot to kill him, Shannon is also in danger of the same fate her clansmens will receive for their deception. Torin is determined to be her protector. What follows is a wonderful story of love, passion, betrayal, sacrifice and truly a love story for all ages.I would highly recommend the book especially if you enjoy Scottish passion and fire. This book was received for review and details can be find at Sourcebooks Casablanca and My Book Addiction and More.

    9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 11, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    Pretty Lame...atleast it was free

    This is one of those that has too much sex and not enough story. bla!

    6 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2012

    Good story with 2 much sex

    The story line was good. I really enjoyed the story however i can only give this a 3 star because it had way too much sex. If i remember correctly it had 6 or 7 full sex scenes. I read a ton of historical romance but this was too much. It got to the point where i started skimmimg through and just read the dialogue until the scene was finished and nearly stopped reading it. But the story was good. If you love historical romance and a LOT of sex, this book is for you :)

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 9, 2010

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    A sexy highlander romance

    I liked this one. Must have been that whole bride stealing business, those highlanders are such barbarians ;)


    This is set at the backdrop of a troublesome time in Scotland. The king is murdered and the heir in hiding. Shannon Boyd's father is rooting for the bad guy and wants to marry her off to him, but first he slaughtered some people on his neighbours land. On top of a clan war there could be a civil war coming. But Laird Torin McLeren kidnaps the bride to be and takes her away to his castle. Soon he realises that she is a wildcat.



    Shannon has played the obedient daughter all her life but for that she has only got pushed around, her father does not care for her at all. She is at an age that she has started to feel she will never marry and leave his rule. Her lifer has not brought her to her knees. No, she has got spirit and a fiery tongue. But then she gets captured by a sexy highlander and starts thinking things she has never thought before. She is well aware his people hate for what her father has done, and that if her father is branded a traitor she hangs with him. Still through out the book she keeps that fiery tongue and is not afraid to stand her ground and not let anyone walk on her any more.


    Torin is the Laird, but with no heirs and a cousin breathing down his neck. Shannon was only meant to be a prisoner, one that would be treated fair, but not thought about until the time came. Of course the first time they meet words fly and he can see that she has got spirit. A lowland wildcat. Soon he also realises that she was not well treated at her father's home. She is not like other women that would throw themselves at home because he is laird, or to save their lives from the noose.


    There is a dance between these two, with banter, but there is never mistrust. He wants her, she realises that she wants him, but can't have him. I love that he does not back down, he know what he wants, it may be difficult to achieve but hell he will fight for it. He is one sexy alpha highlander, sure there was one thing that got me a bit angry at him. But I understood it, and it was nothing bad, now he wanted to show that he cared. I will not say more, you will find out when you read it. Most of all I like how well he does treat her, and tries.


    A strong woman, and man not backing down, and untamed passion when sparks fly. A stolen woman belongs to the capturer and this Highlander will fight for his love.


    There was also this other guy, and my eyes went wide and I had to go and check the computer at once. Yes Connor is getting a book of his own. I am sure that one will be good too.



    Final thoughts: A highland romance with a sexy Scot, and the bride he has stolen. Sounds like a good recipe for love.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 13, 2011

    To conquer- need wine first...

    I really wasn't excited about reading a book where the love story revolved entirely about how hot they were in bed. If you are looking for a good kilt lovin' man- go read Outlander.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2012

    Wow!!!!!

    Wow!!!! My kind of book, loved the main characters, mainly Torin!!!! Shannon was a strong heroine too. The sex scenes you will enjoy!!! This book deserves 5 stars!!!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2010

    such a cliche!

    Look, I knew the book would be cheesy when I bought it -- it's exactly what I needed to take my mind off work so I could sleep -- but this went above and beyond. On top of a ridiculous storyline which, in my opinion, lacked any real conflict that would have made this drivel palatable (hanging a "soiled" shirt out of a castle window to show the heroine was a virgin prior to being kidnapped is done out of "love and respect" for her... because, obviously, such an immense invasion of one's privacy is how most of us wish to be respected, right?), the whole thing is basically a cliche: feisty and stubborn girl is forced into the life of a noble Highlander and they fall in love. Except that, although she's feisty and stubborn, she can't seem to resist his "wolfish" grin (this is repeated throughout the book - all the guy does is smile "wolfishly") and does nothing but gasp at his high-handed ways (the heroine's propensity for gasping is mind-boggling... there were pages where she'd gasp three to four times in a paragraph) and willingly surrender to him. And the romantic (see above: the soiled shirt incident) and noble Highlander likes to grab her wrists, slam her against walls, and basically tell her that he knows she likes what she sees so she should just stop fighting and get busy with him... but that's all because he's so noble and wants her to see the castle where she's been kidnapped to not as a prison. The dialogue borders on nauseating - the author tries to make it into playful banter but it just comes out as petty argument... I can't say it's high-quality literature but if you want a Highland Romance, I'd recommend Monica McCarty over this any day.

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 17, 2010

    AMAZING!

    this is my first book by mary wine, and it wont be my last!! i absolutely loved it!! great story line and characters...i read the book in one day! cant wait for the second!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 22, 2010

    Historical Romance at it's Best

    Originally Posted at: www.longandshortreviews.blogspot.com

    To Conquer a Highlander is an utterly fantastic book with characters that steal your heart. Author Mary Wine has penned a story that excites and captivates, ensuring the reader doesn't want to forgo the journey even after it's done.

    The heroine, Shannon, is someone you'll cheer for. Prideful and strong, she has been born to a family that doesn't appreciate her as she deserves. When things turn sour, she finds herself engaged to a man who would be the new king of Scotland. Through no fault of her own, she becomes an enemy to her own kind, her clan a travesty that would see warring amongst their neighboring clansman. Resigned to her fate, she travels to meet her promised only to be taken by a highlander who is as hard and beautiful as the land he hails from. Torin is more than she anticipates. He is kind where she has only known cruelty, soft where she has only known hard. As he breaks down the walls she's constructed to protect herself, the story take life that is impossible to turn from.

    From the moment I started reading, I was unable to put To Conquer a Highlander down. Tensions run high, ensuring you can't look away. Torin is determined to avenge his clansmen but refuses to use Shannon as a means to an end while she is determined to meet the fate that has been chosen for her. Yet, their chemistry as enemies that are attracted to one another is palpable, so intense that at times it's difficult to breathe. As their relationship progresses, you'll ache for her while you hurt for him. Ms. Wine weaves a very emotional story, and although there are moments I thought I couldn't handle the intensity, she kept luring me back with the promise of something more. The result is a story, and characters, that you positively love.

    To Conquer a Highlander is a definite must read for historical fans. This is the first story I've enjoyed by Mary Wine but it will not be the last. She writes with depth and emotion, which is something die hard romance fans will appreciate and cherish. Be sure to pencil this title onto your TBR list.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 21, 2010

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    Mary Wine definitely conquered me!

    Shannon McBoyd was born a daughter to a man who thought her worthless, who took every opportunity to verbalize her uselessness through words and fists. Yet despite constant belittlement she matures into a woman with silent strength, a will to survive, and try to see good and purpose where most would only despair; even when her father sends her to marry into a family embroiled in the murder of the king of Scotland.

    Torin McLeren was born to a mother and father who married for love, and grew up a child that was deeply loved and cherished. When his uncle remained childless he was sent to train to eventually take his place. Though he was never meant to be laird of the clan McLeren he found himself with the responsibilities of leading and protecting his people. And while he is at an age that demands he marry and produce an heir he holds out hope to find love in a union beneficial to his clan.

    While it took me a little while to get into To Conquer a Highlander, and I thought it ended a little abruptly, there were several things that I loved about this story. One of the things that I loved was the fact that there was not a lot of outside conflict once the story really got going. (ie once Torin stole Shannon). Once Torin and Shannon arrived at his holding, the story blossomed and really let the characters shine and become the most important aspect of the book. The reader gets plenty of page time with both Torin and Shannon to get to know them, understand what makes them do the things they do, and watch them as they fall in love. Shannon's strength and honor is given the chance to be appreciated as well as Torin's need for love.

    Torin has all the best traits of a highland hero. Yes, he's alpha, but he's not overbearing. He's protective without being overprotective. He's patient, understanding, with a noble sense of honor, and desperately wants the kind of love his parents shared.and finds he wants that with Shannon, not out of revenge or justice but because he's drawn to her. Torin was one of my favorite things about To Conquer a Highlander.that and his friend Connor (which will happily receive his own story soon).

    The story doesn't get bogged down in the history and conflict that the characters were entangled in even though it plays a part in the plot. It was a backdrop and catalyst to Torin and Shannon love's story, but didn't monopolize or try to become as important as the hero and heroine. This story was all about Torin and Shannon.and that is my favorite part of this book. While the love scenes were sensual the moments in between were the most intimate and revealing..that made this story more memorable than your average highland romance.

    Mary Wine's characters in To Conquer a Highlander definitely conquered my heart..both the hero and the heroine as well as their love story. And much like how their story was revealed it was a gradual surrender. The more I read of To Conquer a Highlander the more I loved it. It conquered me little by little, page by page until the very end. I can't wait for the next book in this series (Torin's friend Connor in Highland Hellcat).

    Ratings:

    Overall: 4.0 stars
    Sensuality level: 3.25 (I would say it is maybe a tad bit more sensuous than your typical historical romance, but maybe not quite as hot as her books written for Brava)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 25, 2014

    Interesting

    A very well written book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2014

    page turner

    Easy reading. Easy to follow. Not overly detailed. Just right.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2013

    Great Read!

    This book was really enjoyable. It was believable, full of well crafted characters, plenty of action and romance. You could really connect with the characters and what was happening between them. It is nice when romance can be connected to a full story line, and feel like it all flows together well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013

    Just an ok book

    The book could have been better if Shannon was strong instead of a shrew. I did not like her charecter at all. Torin was the perfect male romantic character who showed too much patience with Shannon! He should have moved onto a more likable woman. Disappointing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2013

    I really enjoyed the story. I'm the type of person that the 1st

    I really enjoyed the story. I'm the type of person that the 1st few pages need to catch my interest, and this does. It has enough passion and comedy. Torin and Shannon truly make a great couple.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2013

    Like it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2013

    Carlisle PA

    Loved it! Couldn't put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2013

    Wow

    Love the fire of women in book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2013

    big reader

    First time i read a book by her i plan on buying more thought it was very enjoyable

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  • Posted July 22, 2013

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    just okay...

    kinda slow moving...characters were a bit boring.

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