Border Lass

Border Lass

by Amanda Scott

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ISBN-13: 9780446197991
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2008
Series: Border Trilogy Series , #2
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 703,517
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Amanda Scott has written almost 50 romance novels, 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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Border Lass 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Crystal_Adkins More than 1 year ago
Border Lass by Amanda Scott

Amalie Murray has vowed time and time again that she will not wed. Her brother Simon seems adamant that she should, and he has seemed to have found the man for her. But Amalie, a maiden to Princess Isabel has discovered the right to refuse marriage even though she is still not of age. On Coronation Day at Scone Abby, Amalie meets Sir Garth Napier he infuriates her to no end, but she finds solace in him and a companion in which she can speak freely. She still plans to not to marry, especially that Harald Boyd her family has pretty much thrust upon her, but now she is beginning to feel very different in the presence of her knight. When he catches her listening in on a private conversation possibly about murder, he must find out all that she knows.

Sir Garth Napier is on a mission to discover the truth about who killed James and Will, he has an idea that Fife, the Governor had his hands in the muck. He has recently been appointed to join Princess Isabel¿s security staff, and finds himself growing quite fond of the saucy lady Amalie. He first met her after striking down her brother Simon after he was chastising Amalie in public. Then, he catches her listening in on a private conversation possibly about murder, he makes it a point to find get her to open up and tell him the secret. Also not in the mindset to wed, he can¿t help taking the pleasure of the lady¿s kiss. And as you know, a single kiss always leads to more¿

Will her strong willed and stubborn family force her into a marriage that she does not want? Can she stop these feelings for the man sent to protect the Princess? Or does she really want to quell those feelings? She must also learn that not even her brothers can be trusted.

Border Lass by Amanda Scott is a phenomenal Historical Scottish Romance. The reader connects with the characters and is in a way brought into the story experiencing it first hand. I loved the detail, the blossoming love, and the stubbornness of the hero and heroine. Amanda Scott has been a favorite of mine to read for a while, and as she continues to produce her historical romances, they get better and better each time. 5 Hearts
divyas102 on LibraryThing 8 months ago
This book is a historic romance story. The first few pages introduces a whole slew of characters, and the language is a little difficult to get accustomed to. But once you get the hang of the language and the characters, the book proceeds smoothly. The romance between the characters is enjoyable. The tension between the neighboring regions provides the little mystery. The book is a light read. I now want to read the rest of the books in the series.
Cherylk on LibraryThing 8 months ago
The year is 1390 in Scotland. It is time to crown the new king of Scots. Amalie Murray was just going about her business when she overhears some men plotting to over throw the new king. Someone is very desperate to rule, Scotland and he will do anything to gain control even if it means taking anyone who stands in his way down. When Sir Garth Napier catches Amalie eavesdropping at the door, he briskly takes Amalie away. Garth demands to know what Amalie was doing spying. Amalie tells Garth that she was not spying but instead had heard some voices plotting and stopped to listen because one of the voices sounded familiar. Know that Amalie could be in trouble that would require his protection; Garth decides to keep a close eye on Amalie. Fortunately for Garth it won¿t be hard as he is captivated by the lovely Amalie. I adored Amalie. She was friendly but also had a strong will about her. Sir Garth Napier is very handsome, warm, and all-around great guy. The story within Border Lass was a great one. It had deceit, adventure as well as romance. Amanda Scott talks about her love for Scottish history and it shows in this book. Ms. Scott really did her research. As I was reading Border Lass I could instantly picture myself there with Amalie and Garth. Amanda Scott is true royalty when it comes to fourteenth century Scottish historical romance novels. So the next time I am in the mood to read a really wonderful Scottish novel I know I won¿t have to look any farther then Amanda Scott.
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In 1389 at pre-wedding festivities celebrated by about a thousand revelers at Dunfermline Abbey in Scotland, Amalie Murray senses Sir Garth Napier watching her. She assumes he wants her, but though attracted to him she vows to never wed as marriage is servitude for a woman. In 1390 on Cornonation Day to annoint John Stewart as High King, Garth becomes concerned with Amalie¿s safety as he believes she overheard seditious discussions to assassinate the new monarch. Garth is working undercover to expose and capture all the conspirators. He grabs Amalie and kisses her with a passion like he has never tasted before she melts deeper into his arms. He claims her as his wife over her objections and rationalizes his actions as keeping her safe however his heart knows otherwise as does hers. --- The sequel to BORDER WEDDING is an excellent fourteenth century Scottish romance starring two strong individuals. The support cast includes real personna which enhances the sense of time and place, a trademark of an Amanda Scott historical. The romance and the investigation subplots cleverly intertwine together so that the audience obtains another terrific tale from one of the best Scottish historical romance authors writing today. ---- Harriet Klausner