Highland Princess

Highland Princess

by Amanda Scott
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Highland Princess 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nothing much happened.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book
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ChristieSC More than 1 year ago
The writing was very good and the overall story had a decent plot, the problem for me was the characters. Particularly the male lead. I didn't care for his methods in getting her to become his wife. I kept thinking of him as a scoundrel in the worst way and I just didn't like him. Since I often read historical romances and enjoy the honor-bound male leads, this book was set down more often than any other book I've read recently! I just couldn't get past it.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Lachlan was such a romantic hero, very sexy, handsome, and a great since of humor. This was a great story.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1366 intelligent Mairi MacDonald, daughter of the Lord of the Isles and King of Hebrides, meets Lachlan ¿the Wily¿ MacLean and his gigantic brother Hector at her father¿s court. Lachlan thinks that Mairi is the prettiest woman he ever seen and perhaps the most intelligent as she intercedes and helps prove a man innocent of a murder charge. He plans to make her his wife although her parents want a royal spouse for their high spirited daughter............................ Niall Mackinnon the Master of the household decides that Lachlan is a rival for Mairi's affection so he plots to kill the MacLean siblings during a hunt. Instead they turn the tables and kill him. Even before the incident a feud split the two clans that share ownership of the Isle of Mull under the auspices of Laird John MacDonald and fear John¿s retaliation. Desperate because Lachlan now loves Mairi, he abducts John in hopes of persuading him to allow him to wed his daughter even as Clan Mackinnon begins a quest for vengeance.................... HIGHLAND PRINCESS is a fabulous medieval Scottish romance due to Mairi, a unique heroine who is more than just feisty. Her Holmesian-like legal defense to open the novel will hook the readers especially with its insight into the justice system. Fans will also see two brilliant strategists trying to top one another until love becomes the equalizer. Lachlan is her perfect intellectual counterpart. Though the villains seem dopy in comparison, fans will look forward to Hector¿s starring role in an upcoming sequel...................... Harriet Klausner