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Highland Heaven (Highlander #6)

3.79 of 5 stars 3.79  ·  rating details  ·  76 ratings  ·  7 reviews
The Campbells and Lamonts were enemies sworn...

For the sake of his twin, Shaw Campbell would storm the gates of Hell. Yet his brother was not in the hands of the devil, but of Merritt Lamont, a female firebrand who would defend her family's honor to the death...and readily take Shaw with her!

In these vengeful times of clan warfare, Merritt knew there were few men she could
Mass Market Paperback, 299 pages
Published April 1st 1995 by Harlequin
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Bev Walkling
Having read several romance novels recently that were way more erotica than plot, this book was like a breath of fresh air. Set in Scotland in the time of Robert the Bruce, twin brothers Sutton and Shaw are born in the middle of a battle and although seen initially as being an evil omen,the enemy are scared off by their birth and their father is named the new leader of the clan. Move ahead to when the twins are adults and left in charge at home while their older brother the Laird is off to Edinb ...more
Janie Weimer
He gets over his internal torment about being a monk and duty, etc., pretty quickly when he sees the heroine. So that's maybe a bit more shallow than it should be. But a really fun read, good action and intrigue, and of course romance and sexy characters.
Penelopye Ericksen
Typical romance, though dry and the plot didnt follow through as well as the author may have wanted. Not horrible though.
Jaclyn Holly
Aug 06, 2007 Jaclyn Holly rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Celtic Historical Romance Fans
Shelves: romance
Exciting, adventurous, action-packed and pretty hot for a romance novel, I'd definitely recommend this book. It's about adult male twins who find themselves in enemy territory, being tended to by the daughters of their family's sworn foe. Great plot, heart-warming family scenarios and of course, gut-clenching romantic anticipation.
Oct 04, 2011 Gemma marked it as did-not-finish
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The hero is supposedly about to become a monk, yet when he meets the heroine, he constantly kisses her to shut her up. I hate that cliche.
Sometimes a light hearted romance is just the thing for a summer afternoon.
Two twin brothers and two sisters in a rollicking romance.
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Ruth Ryan Langan is an award-winning author of romance novels. She is a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award winner and has twice been nominated for Romantic Times Reviwers' Choice Awards, for Jade and Return of the Prodigal Son.[1] She has spent much of her career writing historical romance novels for the Harlequin Historicals line of category romances. Many of her book are set in medieval tim ...more
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