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    Great story!

    This story is a great read, first time I read one of her books and was not disappointed. I could not put this one down. It ended quickly, I wished there had been an epilogue!! I will absolutely read more of this series, awesome
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    Historical Romance Scottish

    1402, Lord John Fenwick doesn’t hide the fact that he’s not fond of his only daughter Lynelle; he blames her for her mothers death and she’s nothing but an unwanted burden. When her half brother Thomas is taken by Laird William Kirkpatrick the leader of the Closeburn Clan her plan is to rescue him and her father might change his opinion of her? She has some knowledge of the art of using herbs to heal the sick and injured. She pretends to be an experienced healer and attends the injuries of Laird William’s younger brother Edan. William doesn’t completely trust her and she has to sip the pain killing potions before she can give them to her patient. No Englishwoman should feel safe and content living in Scotland, Lynelle does, for the first time ever she feels wanted, she makes friends and she finds the fierce leader of the Clan rather attractive. When Lord John arrives to collect her brothers horse will he make Lynelle leave Scotland and return to her lonely life in England? I don’t read many historical romance books these days and I did enjoy the story of the sweet Lynelle and the hot Scot William falling in love and I gave The Healer four stars.
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    Got lost in the Highlands

    I enjoyed this novel. It felt like I was actually there in the Highlands. I related to Lynelle all she endured. Enjoyed the feirceness and attraction of the characters. I can't wait to read the next one. I found my new favourite author.
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