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The Highlander's Return

(Highland Brides #2)

3.33  ·  Rating details ·  30 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews

Banished for daring to court the laird’s daughter, Ailsa, it’s been six long years since Alasdhair Ross set foot on Munro land. Gone is the rebellious youth – years of hard work have shaped Alasdhair into a fiercely intense man, one set on returning to his homeland and claiming what’s rightfully his…Bitter experience has taught Ailsa Munro
Published by Mills & Boon (first published October 1st 2011)
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Aug 10, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, historical
Πολυ όμορφες περιγραφες, ωραιοι χαρακτηρες, ενδιαφερουσα πλοκη κ πολυ καλη ερωτικη ιστορια.
Une romance qui prend le temps de s'installer entre deux amis d'enfances avant de connaitre un sursaut d'action et d'angoisse qui relèvent le récit.
Charlotte Mcfall
Oct 21, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I felt for Alisha and sympathised with her from the get go, Lady Munro was horrid to her children and I wanted her to disappear along with the laird. But then that would have ended the story. Alasdhair was seriously hot and could come and rescue me any day. The separation the two lovers endured at the hands of their families happened all too often in the old days. I was glad when he returned and was forgiven by Calumn. Not long after you had me shouting at my kindle, I couldn't believe what I wa ...more
Leila Anani
Highlander hero historical romance set in Scotland 1748. Nice tale of forbidden love - Alasdhair was banished six years previously for daring to court the Laird's daughter. Now the Laird is dead and Ailsa while engaged to a man she does not love, is still unwed. Still the course of true love never did run smooth and there are skeletons in the closets of both families that could have devastating consequences for our star crossed lovers. While not the best in its field, this is a sexy historical r ...more
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