"Deeply romantic, scintillating, and absolutely delicious."—SYLVIA DAY, New York Times bestselling author for Highland Hellcat
Illegitimate daughter of an English earl
Abducted to Scotland at age 14
No family, no reputation...
Heir to an honorable Highland laird
Can't believe how well tomboy Kate can fight
About to learn how much of a woman she really is
Scotland is seething with plots, the vengeful Gordons are spoiling for a fight, and the neighboring clans are at each other's throats. All it takes is a passionate hellion with a penchant for reckless adventure to ignite the Highlands once more.
Highland Spitfire (Book 1)
Highland Vixen (Book 2)
Highland Hellion (Book 3)
Highland Flame (Book 4)
Praise for Mary Wine:
"A quick pace, exciting escapades, lively dialogue, and simmering sensuality combine with the aura of the era to sweep readers away into a tale they can relish." —RT Book Reviews for Highland Hellion
"Grand storytelling. Wine always gets the heart of the Highlands." —RT Book Reviews for Highland Spitfire
"One to read again and again... Breathtaking." —Long and Short Reviews for Highland Heat
About the Author
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
3 stars for wonderful writing, but the context of the story fell flat. She wss suppose to be this 'hellion' who was able to take take of herself but she was constrained by her world expectations and seemed to immediately buckle under to that horrid lord and jeering people. She might have started to stand up for herself in the end but it wss more juvenile behavior. Im disappointed in this book. I love all of the authors books and eoild recommend any of them, except for this book and the one where she placed the mistresses daughter over the wife and real daughter. In that book the wife was terrified after almost dying in childbirth and the husband takes a mistresses and makes the wifes life hell. Not cool. So 2 misses, but other then these books, i recommend whole heartedly any of her writings.
I really enjoyed Rolfe and Kate's story. She had decided to train from a young age and was not you typical highland lass. Rolfe was so honorable and sometimes this put him at odds with Kate. I loved the bantering between these two and it had me laughing out loud. This was a great addition to the Highland Weddings series!
I love a good Highland romance. Especially when the female isn’t some wilting idiot. With a title like Highland Hellion and a girl wielding a sword on the cover, I knew I was in for a lot of fun with this story. Kat was simply out of control. She was kidnapped as a young teen, taken to Scotland, traded off to be married to some old dude, found herself instead being adopted by her would-have-been husband, and trained in the ways of fighting. Actually, she disguised herself as a boy and trained with the other boys at the keep. So, to say that Kat was a handful is an understatement. She’s not just some headstrong female, she doesn’t see herself as a female at all. She finds her sex to be a handicap and enjoys the freedom that the guys get. Yeah, Kat gets into a lot of trouble in this book. I thought Rolfe and Kat were great together. They were both headstrong characters who wouldn’t go down without a fight. Sure, sometimes they were their own worst enemy and would dig themselves in holes, but that made the story interesting. I liked that the author didn’t write their romance as a back and forth sort of thing. Instead, these two pretty much realize their attraction from the start and it builds from there. I will say that I have not read the previous two books in this series but I didn’t feel like I was missing anything. The author does a great job catching the reader up to not only Kat’s past, but Rolfe’s as well. So while Rolfe and Kat were characters in previous books, I didn’t feel like I was missing out on anything. Highland Hellion was a fun read. There’s a few suspenseful moments that left me wondering if they were going to make it out unscathed and what would ultimately become of these two characters. However, there wasn’t anything really new to this story that I haven’t read before. Nothing really stood out to me or set it apart from other Highlander romances I’ve read. It’s still an enjoyable read though.
'Highland Hellion' by Mary Wine is book Three in the "Highland Weddings" series. This is the story of Katherine and Rolfe. I have read the other book in this series and I do feel this can be a standalone book. Katherine did appear in the book Two "Highland Vixen" where Marcus and Helen had taken her in after Katherine was being offered to Marcus as a child-wife. Katherine is English and was kidnapped around 13 years of age to be married off but after getting out of that predicament she was taken in by a Highland Family. Marcus who was the Lair allowed her to learn to fight just like a Highland Warrior so she didn't know much of being a Highlands Women. When Katherine goes off to feel 'free' one night she meets Rolfe. Katherine gets away from Rolfe on that first meeting but on their second meeting she helps him and a friend get away before they can be killed. But she is taken instead and then Rolfe goes to save her. Once Rolfe gets Katherine back he takes her to his home but his father isn't happy that a English women/Katherine is there. Of course this was another great story by Ms. Wine. Ms. Wine is one of my favorite authors and when I got this book I had to read it at once! I didn't stop until I had finished their story. *A Book Obsessed Chicks Review Team Selection*
I love Mary Wine's historical romance stories and this one did not disappoint. The characters were fun, witty and strong. Katherine might of been born English but she was as strong as any highland lass. Rolfe MacTavish didn't know what he was getting himself into when he decided to teach Katherine a lesson for her hellion ways. Taking her home to hold her for ransom but his father the laird has only a title in mind and sends word to the kings keeper Morton. Knowing his son wants Katherine he will prove he has control and send Rolfe to deliver Katherine to her fate with the Morton. He underestimates Rolfes need for Katherine and his strength to stand up to his father to have what he want and he wants Katherine above all. That is if they servive Mortons rath. I loved the ending of this book. I can't say more for it will give to much away. *Book Obsessed Chicks Review team
I love every one of Mary Wine's books