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  • The heather moon

    Excellent story. I really enjoyed it. Good strong female lead character. Lots of twists and turns and a nice outcome.

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  • Plots, drama and suspense

    A dramatic Border romantic adventure, I found this novel fast-moving and exciting. Tamsin Armstrong grew up with one foot in the roving Gypsey world and the other in Scotland with her wild and boisterous father. Her upbringing is unconventional and without restraint, and yet her father ensures she receives a good education. William Scott has lived most of his life as a captive but has been groomed and educated in court circles, where he gained his own reputation. Caught in an act of reiving, Archie Armstrong and Tamsin are threatened with hanging if they don't give in to the demands of their British captor, but William undertakes to keep Tamsin as a hostage until Archie fulfills Musgrave's requirements. I enjoyed the relationship that developed between Tamsin and William, one that takes both of them out of their comfort zone. I found the background information on the gypsies interesting and often wondered how their name originated. Despite plots within plots, this novel comes to a successful and happy conclusion. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review

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  • Fate

    I really enjoyed all the different facets of this story. The background leading into this story really sets the stage for things to happen between Tasmin and Will. With political upheaval of the times blended with personal challenges of several characters, it was hard to put the book down. Enjoyable right to the HEA epilogue where expanded family and family connections made me smile. I received a free copy of this book from eBook Discovery and am voluntarily sharing my honest review.

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  • Was it fate?

    A Scottish adventure that was a joy to read that had just the right amount of drama for this reader. Tamsin was awesome with Scottish roots with a gypsy heart I really enjoyed this character. William Scott the other main character was interesting but it did take me some time to warm up to the character. I did find the story interesting and well written. This is a book I would recommend. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.

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