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Falling For The Highland Rogue (Gilvrys Of Dunross #3)

3.31  ·  Rating Details ·  39 Ratings  ·  14 Reviews

Disgraced lady Charity West lives in the dark world of the city's seedy underbelly. She's used and abused, yearning for freedom, and her distrust of men runs deep... until she meets Highland rogue Logan Gilvry.

Whisky runner Logan lives outside the law and is used to looking danger in the eye. Charity may just prove to be his
Paperback, Harlequin Historical #1166, 288 pages
Published November 19th 2013 by Harlequin
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Dec 18, 2013 Lisa rated it really liked it
Shelves: ouab-2013
King George is visiting Scotland, whiskey is being smuggled, plots to end competition are afoot and there is attraction in the air. Logan Gilvey has been sent to negotiate a deal for his family’s whiskey. His young face makes people underestimate him. He has been running whiskey long enough and well enough that he is able to stay a bit ahead of the wily potential customer, Jack. Jack is using Charity to get information from Logan and does not treat her very nicely- bully is not strong enough for ...more
Sep 26, 2013 Farrah rated it liked it
An okay read. Falling for the Highland Rogue was a sweet, steamy historical romance. Though I didn't love it, I did enjoy reading it.

Charity was a strong heroine. She's been through a lot and has been living a terrible life, but she survives through it all. I don't understand how she first got into the situation, though. It was never fully addressed, how a well born lady could end up working as, basically, a whore. And, while I understood why she acted reserved and cruel in her indifference, it
Dec 09, 2013 SidneyKay rated it liked it
Shelves: romance-regency
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Falling for a Highland Rogue
The Gilvys of Dunross Book #3
By: Ann Lethbridge

5 stars
Reviewed by:Angels
Published: Harlequin Books
Source:ARC Net Gallery Gene:Romance




Disgraced lady Charity West lives in the dark world of the city's seedy underbelly. She's used and abused, yearning for freedom, and her distrust of men runs deep... until she meets Highland rogue Logan Gilvry.

Whisky runner Logan live
Molly Wishlade
Dec 20, 2013 Molly Wishlade rated it it was amazing
Ann Lethbridge has done it again!
This novel transported me into Regency Scotland on the arm of the delicious Logan Gilvry. Logan is a swoon worthy hero with his tight, athletic body, his determination and his integrity, which shines through constantly in spite of his rogue status. Logan is loyal to his family and when he falls in love, that loyalty is also given to the object of his affection. Although he is a whisky runner, Logan is working with his family in a time when some of those who were
Rosemary K
Nov 07, 2013 Rosemary K rated it it was amazing
Logan Gilvry is a whiskey runner who lives on the edge of danger, but his life is going to get even more complicated. He sees Lady Charity West in a gaming hell. She is beautiful beyond compare but her eyes tell of unimaginable pain. She is there with Jack O'Banyon, a very dangerous and treacherous man who delights in inflicting pain. She works for Jack. He wants information from Logan Gilvry. Charity is his spy. She may be disgraced and in danger, but she doesn't want to hurt Logan. He wants th ...more
Miss Pippi the Librarian
Falling for the Highland Rogue is book three in The Gilvrys of Dunress series. It's the story of the handsome Logan Gilvry who travels to Edinburgh to sell his family's whiskey. He meets up with the ice cold Charity West. He sees beyond her icicle nature to the hurt and sadness underneath her frozen exterior.

If the reader is unfamiliar with the Gilvry series, they can enjoy this story separate from the series. The book focuses nicely on Logan and Charity with brief glimpses at the other brothers
Feb 14, 2016 Gwen rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
C’est l’une des rares fois ou je suis déçue par un Historiques.
Rien que le titre ou l’on nous parle d’un lord alors que le héros n’est pas un Lord…
Il y a un bon rythme mais l’histoire n’est pas attrayante, je me suis ennuyée.
Je n’ai pas du tout accroché avec les personnages principaux comme les secondaires.
J’ai trouvé l’héroïne insipide, fade….Quant au personnage masculin principal, il est difficile de croire surtout l’époque et les mœurs qu’il soit encore vierge à son âge. C’est un personnage q
Nice enough read. If it hadn't been part of a 3-book set, I might not have read it. I almost didn't finish it, but it did finally catch my attention. Nor am I sure I can explain why I couldn't get into it... A lot of the elements are things I have liked in the past-- the sadder but wiser heroine, the gallant Scottish hero-- Maybe it was the selection of scenes. There was a lot of stuff with King George IV visiting Edinburgh (whoopdedoo) and a lot of scenes with the bad guy... Not really my cup o ...more
Dec 20, 2013 SuperWendy rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this story! Loved the bad girl heroine with a very dubious past. I'm also a sucker for "younger brother determined to prove themselves" heroes. Logan was just ::sigh:: dreamy. The story did begin to lose a little traction for me in the final chapters, but liked that the heroine didn't morph into a pod person to get to the happy ending.
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"There's plenty of tension and dangerous excitement blended with poignancy and passion. Readers will turn the pages just to watch her vibrant characters play out their roles and find their happily ever after." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars

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The only reason it gets a star is because of Logan. The book starts off with Charity being a doxy. It gives no explanation as to why she's working for Jack or was previously in a brothel or why her father tossed her out. But nothing about her endears. Logan makes multiple attempts to be nice to her even so far as introducing his family to her. He's kind and respectable to her, treats her with respect, but even while she's having dinner with his family she's scheming to get information, right aft ...more
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AKA Michèle Ann Young (Goodreads Author)

An army brat born in England and now living in Canada, Ann grew up loving history, but majored in business, with history on the side. She has a husband and two lovely daughters and a Maltese Terrier called Teaser, who likes to sit on a chair beside the computer while she works.

Her love of the past and the stories in her imagination led her to write her first
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Other Books in the Series

Gilvrys Of Dunross (4 books)
  • The Laird's Forbidden Lady (Gilvrys Of Dunross, #1)
  • Her Highland Protector (Gilvrys Of Dunross, #2)
  • Return of the Prodigal Gilvry (Gilvrys of Dunross, #4)

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