HIGHLAND HEAT

MARY WINE

  • Pub. Date: March 2011
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • ISBN-13: 9781402237393
  • ISBN: 1402237391

 

From the Publisher

The rugged Scottish Highlands bred warrior men and women who fought for country, keep, and kin, and loved as passionately as they lived.

Laird Quinton Cameron and an ostracized laird’s daughter with nothing to lose work together to outwit an enemy to king and country, as the sparks of their mutual attraction burst into flames…

 

SOURCE: THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FOR THE PURPOSE OF REVIEW FROM THE PUBLISHER AND DOES NOT EFFECT THIS REVIEW!!

 

MY THOUGHTS:

HIGHLAND HEAT by Mary Wine is a exciting historical romance set in 1439 the Highlands of Scotland.It is the third in “THE HIGHLANDER” series,but can be read as a stand alone.Book One,”Conquer a Highlander”,Book Two, “Highland Hellcat”.It is well written with depth and details. It has love,romance, sweet sensuality,passion,sweetsurrender,kidnapping,fate,trust,Scottish warriors, Highlanders,helping the Queen of Scotland,witty banter,and finding your soul mate.This story takes us from a convent to a castle in the Highlands of Scotland.Deidre,having been banished,betrayed and ruined was sent to a convent,but she is high spirited,outspoken,and strong willed.When the powerful Laird Quinton,comes to the Convent in search of the Queen of Scotland,he clashes with Deidre and is attracted to her.This story entails Deidre being taken by three,yes three different men at three different times and for three different reasons.Deidre and Quinton’s attraction builds to a fiery passion,Deidre resists the attraction and their sensual tension for a while,but she will eventually succumbs to his advances.Together they find their true soul mate. This is a fast paced,action packed,full of adventure story that will keep you turning the pages from the first page to the last. Written in true Mary Wine fashion this is a must read story. This book was received for the purpose of review and details can be found at Sourcebooks Casablanca,an imprint of Sourcebooks.

 

RATING: 5

REVIEWED BY: April Renn

 

 

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