Embrace the Dawn (Scottish Highland #1)
Scottish Highlands, 1691
Rumored to have murdered his wife, Ruarc MacDonald has a reputation as a dangerous man. Now his faith and honor are about to be put to the test.
After escaping a violent marriage, Killian Campbell swears no man will hurt or control her again. As she fights for her own life and her sons, Killian is forced to seek safety in the arms of the one man who...more
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Though, the ending left questions and I don't like ending being unresolved. I suppose the author is leaving it as assumption but I like concrete. The big things were rapped up but I feel like I've been left hanging, hence the 4 stars. I'm hoping there is another book that follows that answers my questions.
BUT the book kept me reading and wanting to read, you can't ask for more than that in a good book. I will read more by this author. If there was a wa ...more
After being widowed from a man who was mean and abusive, Killian Campbell promises to never let anyone hurt her again. With circumstances out of her control, she meets Ruarc MacDonald and is soon pledged in marriage to him. She fights it at every turn.
Ruarc MacDonald is a man a ...more
In my opinion, the biggest problem with this book is the plot pacing. It seemed to start and stop in a stuttering sort of way which left the resolution of the overall problem (the fractured relationship between Adam Campbell and Ruarc Macdonald) rushed and almost trite, almost.
While it's far f ...more
try the classic Lady Of The Glen: A Novel of 17Th-Century Scotland and the Massacre of Glencoe for a more worthwhile introduction to the time period.
This book was a bit slow at times. It may be a little less than four stars, I did enjoy it.
Kathleen began her career writing contemporary romances and soon moved to historical and futuristic romances. She sold her first book, a futuristic romance, in April 1990 while stationed in Korea as an Army nurse. Additional romances soon followed, until she had sold a total of fifteen books in the general mark ...more