The Highlander's Bride Trouble (Sutherlands Series #4)

The Highlander's Bride Trouble (Sutherlands Series #4)

by Mary Wine
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The Highlander's Bride Trouble (Sutherlands Series #4) by Mary Wine

"Mary Wine keeps the adrenaline pumping." -Long and Short Reviews

Her clan is in chaos...
Raised by her father and brother, Nareen Grant is strong, confident, well-educated-and skilled with a bow and dagger. It's a tumultuous time for Scotland, and events conspire against her. Betrayed by her family, she makes her way alone, until she lands in the lap of Saer MacLeod. But she wants no help from a savage man of the Isles.

And rivalries are deadlier than ever
Raised on the rugged Scottish Isles, Saer MacLeod is considered fierce even by Highlander standards. He's enchanted by the independent and headstrong Nareen. But when an old feud endangers her life, Saer's fascination with her escalates into a ferocious desire to protect her... and claim her for himself.

Praise for How to Handle a Highlander:

"Mary Wine weaves a tapestry of action, sweet and spicy love scenes, clan culture, a touch of humor, and a twist and turn here and there!" -Long and Short Reviews

"Well-written and filled with delightful repartee, this is a feast for medieval fans." -RT Book Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402264870
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 08/05/2014
Series: Sutherlands Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 27,948
File size: 888 KB

About the Author

Acclaimed author Mary Wine has written over 30 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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Highlander's Bride Trouble 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
THE HIGHLANDER'S BRIDE TROUBLE by Mary Wine is an exciting Scottish Medieval Historical Romance set in 1487 Scottish Highlands. #4 in "The Sutherlands" series, but can be read as a stand alone. This is Nareen Grant and Saer MacLeod's story. From chaos to love! You will forever be astounded as well as gratified by reading Mary Wine's Scottish treasure .... her Highlander series. Ms. Wine weaves a tale of passion, danger, clan culture, romance, adventure, and the power of true Highlander love. A gripping tale with the right mixture of romance, adventure, angst, and passion with a touch of humor, and twists and turns. Scottish Medieval fans are sure to be in awe as they turn the pages of this fast paced, passion filled adventure. An absolute delight! Can't wait to see what Ms. Wine has store next for her Highlander series! A Ferociously delicious romp through the Scottish Highlands. A must read for anyone who adores Scottish clans, Highlanders and romance. Received for an honest review from the publisher. RATING: 4.5 HEAT RATING: HOT REVIEWED BY: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
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Highly recommend M.W. stories
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JackieBCentralTexasJB More than 1 year ago
Read from May 28 to 29, 2014 Book Info  Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages Expected publication: August 5th 2014 by Sourcebooks Casablanca original title The Highlander's Bride Trouble ISBN 1402264860 (ISBN13: 9781402264863) edition language English series The Sutherlands #4 other editions None found Source:Netgalley EARC Book Buy Links  Amazon  B&N  BOOK SYNOPSIS Has this savage Highlander finally found a woman to tame him?  Nareen Grant is confident, well-educated, and quick with a dagger. So when her brother, Kael, unknowingly sends her to live at a cousin’s secret brothel, she escapes to court where she meets the arrogant Highlander, Saer MacLeod… Saer is considered savage even by most Highlanders. It will take an extraordinary woman to handle him, and Nareen enchants him like no one he’s met before. When a furious Kael threatens revenge against the cousin who wronged his sister, Saer knows its his one chance to win over Nareen and reclaim the respect his family deserves…and he’s going to take it. My Thoughts As a general rule the formula of strong willed heroine who fights tooth and nail against the arrogant domineering alpha male’s dictates of her behavior all the while the two are physically drawn to each other works for me on many levels. In the case of Nareen Grant and Saer MacLeod however there were too many times when the pair both needed their heads knocked together which was a huge deterrent to me being able to love this book rather than just liking it. There is a lot to be said however for the settings the author brought to life within her story, the secondary characters added so much to the depth of everyday life for both Nareen and Saer but most of all the internal battles that play out as the pair learn to care for each other beyond their lust is very enlightening as the reader learns exactly what motivates them to act like idiots with each other on more than one occasion. The fact that NO was never taken seriously on Saer’s part when it came to his seduction of Nareen did not endear me to his character, regardless of the fact that he is portrayed as an alpha male his lack of respect for what Nareen wishes was for me a red flag that indicated crossing a line between seduction and coercion. This is something that has always bothered me and as get older it has become more of an issue. Nareen Grant’s character also has a habit of saying one thing verbally but with her physical actions and reactions to Saer not following through but instead inviting him to believe she welcomes his attentions. This is also something that is very prevalent in romance stories and even when it works it still leaves me feeling that it perpetuates false security for real life situations, however that is a personal issue that in no way detracts from enjoying the fantasy of a historical romance that authors like Mary Wine work so hard to create for their readers! So while cannot say that loved the book or the story completely did enjoy what it represented which was escapism for the time it took to read from beginning to end, for that and the fact that Highland Historical Romance is one of my favorite genres thanks to the very larger than life characters that authors create for us to fall in love with. [EArc from Netgalley in exchange for honest review]
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I started reading this book, it felt like I was already a third of the way threw the book. It talked about a relative named Ruth, and what this relative had done to her or tried to do, and the issues she developed from her time with Ruth.