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  • Swashbuckling Historical Scottish Romance

    The Highland Rogue by Amy Jarecki A Lord of the Highlands Novel #7 Grabbed from the first pages I could not put this book down. Sir Kenna Cameron is a man among men and a captain his men will die alongside of. The fact that he avoids death in the first few pages and meets Divana Campbell on a supposedly deserted island makes for an interesting period of time for the two to get to know one another. They definitely become friends but how can a man destined to be the leader of his clan ever end up with a cotter’s daughter? This rollicking story will definitely keep you interested as you read to find out! It is true that sometimes a series loses steam as each book comes out but not this series...nope...not at all. I thoroughly enjoyed this story of opposites who find their life partner in a very interesting way! What I liked: * Divana: strong, independent, won’t give up, knows what she want and goes after it. She may not be a lady but she is fierce, dedicated and wonderful in her own right * Kennan: titled, fair, wise, a good leader, took a bit to wise up, a good man and perfect for Divana * Runner & Bannock – the cabin boy definitely was a good person with a heart of gold able to see the good in man, woman and beast – would love a story about him in the future * The dynamics between Divana and Kennan – they so richly deserved their HEA * That good won over evil * The comeuppance of those who so richly deserved it * The plot, writing and story * Being taken away to a time and place that was fun to visit (so much nicer than covid-19 thoughts) * All of it, really….except… What I did not like: * The bad guys: Vane, Dubois, Finnes, Ethan and the pirate crew * The divide between the haves and have nots Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? Without a doubt Thank you to NetGalley and Forever (Grand Central Publishing) for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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