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  • The unwilling couple

    There's nothing ladylike about Katherine Killin. She's a spitfire who cannot be tamed. To rid himself of her, and to honor a truce set by the Duke of Glencoe, her father agrees to wed her to his clan's mortal enemy, Ben Rannoch. But when Katherine meets the enticingly masculine Kurt Rannoch, brother of her betrothed, she suddenly craves domination. Katherine Ann Killin did not have it easy with the men of the house and now she is ordered to marry a sworn enemy, the leader of the clan Rannoch, a man that she despises nearly as much as her own kin. Kirk had been sent to pick up his brothers betrothed, he did not expect the Killin clan to be friendly, but he feels betrayed when he is not able to collect the bride to be. After meeting an exquisite female angel on the street, he tries to help and is completely smitten with her, not so much with her company. A shame that both women are hiding something. Katherine is determined to escape their rescuers and also the unwanted marriage. Can both find something they never looked after? I read the book in no time, because it kept me on edge. The story is developing over time and just leaves you cringing and with laughter. You feel sorry at one time for the women and the next for the men. While they get closer you are aware that in the end they can’t be together. At the same time you want Katherine to be safe and far away from her home. Can the Ranochs and Killins fnd peace through a forced marriage? Can the couple find happiness or is it all doomed from the beginning? Will Katherine learn how men should really treat women and finally find a new home for herself? Sorry to say that the clan Killin is an example of how you want your book heroes not to be, but they are unfortunately a picture of that time. Passion and emotion are flaring hot in that book and it never left me wanting, besides, hopefully, the next book. I can recommend the book for everyone who likes a wonderful highland romance.

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  • Just as it says on the tin

    A romantic tale of Scottish clans , I'm sure life of the time offered more hardship than are apparent in the tale

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