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Lady Evelyn's Highland Protector by Tara Kingston
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I loved Lady Evelyn's Highland Protector. It featured suspense, action and romance. I was hooked from the beginning and it kept my attention all the way to the exciting end.

Lady Evelyn has traveled to Scotland from London for the wedding of her best friend. Evelyn has had her share of heartbreak. She was left at the altar by her fiance and false accusations were made against her that damaged her reputation. Now she is in Scotland surrounded by other bridesmaids. Some are easy to get along with and one in particular is not so easy to be around. Evelyn leaves them while they are shopping for hats to venture into a nearby bookstore. When she does she comes upon a crime scene. She sees a woman there and an injured man. She goes to the injured man and he gives her something and makes her promise to keep it safe. Evelyn fleas the scene to run for help. She runs into Gerard MacMasters. What she does not know is Gerard is a spy for the Crown. When she returns to the scene, the man is gone.

Gerard knows the danger Evelyn is in because she has seen the woman killer. He has been pursuing her for a long time. She is a killer on the hunt for a treasure. Gerard vows to protect Evelyn. He does not plan on falling for her but he does. Both have their fair share of heartbreak but they find love in one another's arms. Once the danger level for Evelyn increases, both realize how deeply they care for one another but being married to a spy is not an easy thing and Gerard has convinced himself that despite his love for her, he could not have her as long as he is a spy. Soon he realizes that while he has been enjoying Evelyn's kisses, the threat to Evelyn has gotten in right under his nose. Will he be to late to help save the woman he loves?
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Reading Progress

November 27, 2017 – Shelved (Paperback Edition)
November 27, 2017 – Shelved as: to-read (Paperback Edition)
November 28, 2017 – Started Reading
November 28, 2017 – Shelved
December 1, 2017 – Finished Reading

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