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    Well-Written And Meaningful Romance!

    Highland Heat by Jennifer Haymore is the second book in this author's Highland Knights series and was a fine example of finding goodness in bad circumstances. Featuring a refreshingly optimistic hero and a gentle and caring heroine the reader cannot but help feel their special connection. Heart racing drama interspersed with tenderness and love this work demonstrates a well-written and meaningful romance! *I received this ARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.* *While part of a series this book can be read as a stand alone.*
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    Refreshing

    This is a new genre for me and i find it toally refreshing from the angst ridden stories that have been filling my library lately. I love the time setting and the old ways of speaking and tradition. I like the simplicity of the relationships. I dont mean that they're easy, just easier it seems. This is book 2 and it meshes with the first one for at least half of the book. We get to see how the relationship between Grace and Duncan blossom. We get to see their friendship and love grow as well. I love that although Grace has so much innocence to her she is very open minded. She doesn't overreact to anything, she just takes it in stride. I love Duncan's no nonsense manner. I like that he isn't messing with Grace or her emotions. That what he feels is truly genuine. Overall a good read for me!
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    Can't Hide Love!

    Where will you find someone you can converse freely with, who respects you, sees your beauty and self-worth? Someone who excites you with a look, their scent or their touch? Lady Grace and Sgt Duncan Mackenzie found one another on the battlefield, in the aftermath of the Waterloo battle. The attraction was instant and the obstacles between them many. He was a farmer turned soldier; she was of the Ton. And the Ton's hateful wagging lips could cut and slice sharper than the sharpest blade! Families could be torn apart. Page turning events, unraveling characters and mystery abound in this enticing story! The second book in the series has me eager to read the first and the next! Looking forward to more works from Ms. Haymore! Received book free thru Netgalley for honest review.
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    Behind the lines loving in the Class Wars

    Highland Heat brings the class wars of post-Napoleonic Victorian England down to a much more personal level when Lady Grace Carrington falls head over heels in love with Sergeant Duncan Mackenzie. But what starts out as a carefree tryst of exploration quickly becomes a heart-wrenching struggle with what society and family expect versus what the heart demands.Lady Grace has lived her life as the dutiful daughter of an earl. Quite on the shelf, this statuesque lady has no prospects she’s willing to consider and has every intention of remaining a spinster. She’ll live her days managing her father’s household and entertaining his peers. And while all of the ton might consider her staid and haughty nothing could be further from the truth at least not since a certain Sergeant awakened the desire within her. Now she is bent on discovering the joys of the marriage bed without the benefit of marriage. And the more she basks in the attention of Duncan Mackenzie the more determined she’ll become to see them married. Family and the ton be damned. The Unbreakable Mackenzie isn’t feeling so unbreakable these days. Not when he awakens in the middle of a battlefield with an almost severed and broken arm and the most heartbreakingly beautiful angel standing over him. The more he gets to know his beautiful savior the deeper he falls for her. But alas, temptation aside, this is not a romance made in heaven. If they are discovered it could very well mean the end of him in a very permanent way and the ruination of his Grace. One does not meddle in the affairs of their betters, nor do they contemplate compromising the woman they love. Oh, but what he wouldn’t give for the love of such a lass! If the demands of society were not enough, these two will face even greater challenges. Duncan’s new assignment as a Highland Knight will see them embroiled in the very dangerous intrigues of politics and the stirring of rebellion. Things will definitely get much worse before they get better. Highland Heat delivers plenty of steam and heat throughout. A great victorian historical romance, Highland Heat speaks to the political hotbed of the times while bringing the topic up close and personal with the challenges Grace and Duncan face. I would highly recommend it. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions*****
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    Romance in Unlikely Places

    This is an excellent second book in the Highland Knights series. It's very different to get a romance between a commoner and a member of the "ton" when the commoner is male and this totally works. The characters and scenery are as vibrant as the Scottish Highlands themselves. The depictions of the battles and the struggles of the men are real and honest. I can't wait to read the next installment of this series.
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