How to Abduct a Highland Lord

How to Abduct a Highland Lord

by Karen Hawkins
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How to Abduct a Highland Lord 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 124 reviews.
bookholiday More than 1 year ago
This was a great weekend read. Great plot, great characters. I stayed up late to finish it.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1807 Scotland, Fiona MacLean fears the feud between her clan and that of wastrel Black Jack Kincaid will soon turn murderously hot as both sides claim righteous grudges. To avoid bloodshed, Fiona asks Jack to come home. Though she exiled him in the first place due to his rakish behavior, since he loves her, Jack leaves his latest London female to rush back to Scotland. However, he awakens to learn he is married to Fiona who claims she is pregnant with his child.----------------- Jack is unhappy with the pregnancy ploy to force a peace between the clans, but is euphoric with a second chance to prove he is worthy of his beloved. He plans to go along with her scheme including turning her fabrication into the truth. However, Jack may succeed in bed, but fails to earn Fiona¿s trust as she always believes the worst of him. Even more difficult is keeping the clans from killing one another. However Jack is willing to risk his life to achieve everlasting love in peaceful environs.---------------- Though the theme of a rake and a passionate female struggling with a relationship between themselves and their clans has been used quite often in Scottish regency romances, Karen Hawkins refreshes her story line due mostly to Black Jack who hides how much he cares behind his womanizing. The story line is fast-paced as Fiona rips into Jack while needing him to foster her lie. Readers will enjoy this fin historical as love is the only means of preventing a feud turning deadly.------------- Harriet Klausner
KLBooksAZ More than 1 year ago
Don't get me wrong, every book in this series was great, truly great! But this one was my favorite. And the sexiest, next to Alexander's story...the last one in the series. To be the only female in an anger-cursed family, with 4 older, yummy, over-protective brothers...can be a lifesaver, and a hinderance for Fiona - who is strong, and does what she needs to do for her family. And Bad Black Jack...now this guy I like!!! He's rude, he's crude, and he's the perfect opposite of Fiona. Tricked into marriage by her, he comes to realize that he never fell out of love with her from when they were young lovers at 15. Now married out of blackmail, he fights to maintain his 'single' lifestyle, and is amazed when suddenly one day...he doesn't want to. He wants his...wife? Miscommunication 'and' the help of 4 brothers seperated them years ago, while fate in return, brought them back together were they belonged.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Karen Hawkins delights fans of Scottish Romance once again in this first of a new series about the highland MacLean Family. Black Jack Kincaid had his roguish heart broken years ago when the beautiful green-eyed Fiona MacLean refused his offer of marriage. After years of drinking and wenching he wakes up from being drunk and unconscious on a road to London to discover he is now wed to Fiona. When her brother Callum is murdered and a Kincaid is blamed, Fiona has no choice but to abduct and marry this handsome auburn-haired, blue-eyed rogue in order to halt the MacLean-Kincaid life-long feud. After all, the MacLean's only power, other than their good looks, is the ability to make it rain and thunderstorm! When Jack is determined that his marriage will not affect his rogue lifestyle, he flees with Fiona to his London home. Once there Fiona's beauty, passion, and kindness begins to warm Jack's cold heart. London experiences a stormy season as the MacLean brothers follow to make sure their little sister is happy in her new marriage. An ex-lover of Jack's who wants him back in her bed and a member of the Campbell family who wants revenge, get in the act to make trouble. When attempts on Fiona's life are made, Jack and Fiona return to Scotland, where the mystery of Callum's death and attempts on Fiona's life are unveiled. The story is sexy, witty, fast paced and pure regency highland fun!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I unfortunately read this series out of order, so this was the last one I read, but man was it good! I personally do not pay attention to historical inaccuracies, so if there were any I didn't notice. There was some grammatical errors, but it didn't ruin the story. Out of all the siblings Fiona's story has been my favorite! Can't wait for Alexanders story!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found 'How to abduct a highland lord' a well written, fun romance novel. It is easy to read, great for a lazy afternoon. I would have liked more information and resolution of Jack's past, i felt it was mentioned then skipped over. But apart from that i had a smile on my face at the end of the novel
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jazmanjo More than 1 year ago
Love the author and all of her books especially all her series.
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