Midnight Honor

Midnight Honor

by Marsha Canham

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BN ID: 2940149246403
Publisher: Marsha Canham
Publication date: 02/28/2014
Series: The Scotland Trilogy , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 513,206
File size: 433 KB

About the Author

Marsha Canham currently resides in Toronto, Canada, though she avoids the snow and icy months by spending her winters in Florida. Her sweeping, swashbuckling, award-winning romances reflect her love of many periods in history, from Medieval England to the pirate-filled waters of the Caribbean.

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Midnight Honor 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lady Anne MacKintosh took it upon herself to raise her clan to fight for Prince Charles Stuart. Her men called her Colonel Anne. She had a petition that declared her the leader of Clan Chattan in her husband's absence. By her side rode her life long friend, Captain John. All Scotland knew him as The MacGillivray. John loved Anne with all his heart, but kept his distance because Anne loved her husband, Angus.

Angus Moy fought for the English. Only John knew why. Angus did it for immunity for Anne and his mother. Two men in love with the same Scottish Amazon, Wild Rhuad Annie. Both willing to die for her and probably will.

**** This is not Marsha Canham's best, but it is still a very good read. The author shows the love, hate, and anguish the people must have felt in that time of history. In my personal opinion, there was too much time spent on war strategies. However, I do not see how the story could have been told otherwise. After all, the main characters were in the thick of it all. The author did a marvelous job creating this one! ****
Guest More than 1 year ago
Angus Moy and wife Anne find themselves on opposing sides in this 18th century romance set in the months preceding Culloden, a battle where the Scots were defeated trying to restore Prince Charles to the throne. Marsha Canham has written a novel that shows that loyalties aren't always evidenced in terms of black and white but also in shades of gray. She poignantly depicts the choices a woman must make when she feels that her husband has betrayed her thereby causing her to have recurrent thought of a past love who is loyal to her cause. The battlefields seem to come alive in vivid detail. One can almost feel the pain of the soldiers as they struggle to survive on little sleep and less food while maintaining their honor on the battlefield. With a truly remarkable heroine and previously unsung hero, this book can do no wrong.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1745, the Moy clan is divided as its leader Angus fights for the English King while most of the Scots want to support Prince Charles. When his wife Anne overhears Angus¿ scorn of her to his English compatriots, she angrily agrees to lead the clan in the support of Charles. As battle after battle occur, and the war swings back and forth, Anne becomes a rallying point as Colonel Anne.

Just before battle, Angus sneaks into her camp and they make passionate love. In the battle, her side defeats Angus¿ side and he is held prisoner. He agrees to spy for the Scots and returns to the English during a prisoner exchange. Culloden is the next challenge to their love for one another.

Best-selling author Marsha Canham has accomplished the impossible by writing a fresh historical romance centering on the events leading to the battle of Culloden, and its aftermath. The tale works because the star-crossed lovers are used to enhance real events. The award winning Ms. Canham demonstrates once again why she is so popular. New readers will quickly be converted and search for previous tales like THE PRIDE OF LIONS, and THE BLOOD OF ROSES.

Harriet Klausner

Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So many times I find an author I love, buy everything ever written by them, and half way through the stack discover the story lines are starting to become redundant and the characters go from ones you can relate to to just names on a page. Well, Marsha Canham isn't one of them. She's amazing and not once have I gotten to the end of one of her books and thought, "Well that was just slapped together to meet a deadline." She's got real unrelenting talent. Each of her novels is creative and NEW. The story lines aren't all the same and the characters are way more than the names on the page!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read close to 500 romance novels and this is definately in my top 10. Absolutely wonderful!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read the other 2 books in this series and enjoyed them. I especailly liked that there are common elements in all 3. This book is unique since our heroine, Anne, is in love with her husband Angus and faces temptation with John. I liked that the book did not follow the 'standard boy meets girl' romance formula seen in so many other books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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