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    A Rose in the Highlands

    Scotland 1684. Heather McCollum expertly combines her historical knowledge with romance and many surprises in this wonderful tale of two people who come together in an unexpected way. Englishwoman Evelyn Worthington is desperate to flee an arranged marriage and manages to talk her brother into letting her go to his castle in Scotland. She plans to make a school for ladies and be successful in earning money. She has three months or she will have to return and marry, but she is determined!! When she arrives at the castle, she is met at the door by Grey Campbell, a Scottish Clan Chief claiming the castle is his. The English had already wrought destruction trying to kill his people and take over his land. Can you imagine how he felt when a Sassenach stood at his door claiming the castle was her brothers? He was furious, but stubborn Evelyn marched right in and began making plans. When sees the plight of the people inside and how the place had been burned she is horrified. She realizes the castle should rightly go back to the Chief but she has to make a go of her school. As the two are around each other there is definitely an attraction. Adventure, action and hidden secrets all make this story a page turning romance you will not want to miss. Who can resist a Scottish Highlander? A wonderful start to a new series!
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    Great Fun

    Lady Evelyn Worthington is running away from an unwanted betrothal. In his will, her father insisted that she marry a man of his choosing or be disinherited. The new estate her brother has bought is just the place for the two sisters to hide and start a new life. Unfortunately the previous tenants don't want to leave. Chief Greyson Campbell is determined not to lose his clan's stronghold. The English have gone to evil extremes to force them out. It will not happen while there is breath in his body. This is a very amusing story about a very strong minded young woman with grand ideas and a warrior with the odds stacked against him. An action packed book that will keep you entertained all the way through. Great characters that I'm looking forward to reading more about in the next book of the series. Great fun.
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    Wonderful Highlander romance!

    Evelyn is fleeing a horrible arranged marriage, so her brother purchases a castle in Scotland for her, neither of them knowing that the castle isn't truly available for sale. But setting up a girls' school at this castle is Evie's last hope, so she's not going to back down no matter what obstacle stands in her way. Grey continues to fight against every attempt by the English to oust him from his home and murder his family. To say that he hates the English is a massive understatement. He has no patience for the two English sisters who arrive and act as though they own his castle. Despite all the conflicts, all the reasons why they should never even work together let alone fall in love, Grey and Evie find their strength in each other. This is a beautiful romance, a thrilling trip to medieval Scotland, and an action-packed battle of good vs. evil, regardless of nationality. It's a compelling story, exquisitely told, with amazing world building and unforgettable characters. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Enjoyed!

    Interesting story line, wonderful characters that keep you engaged. Look forward to reading the rest of the series.D
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    Stolen Castle

    Nathaniel buys a Scottish castle, not aware that it was taken by the English for false reasons. Evelyn arrives to use the castle as a school, but the Campbell chief is reluctant to cooperste. The complex struggle to control the castle keeps it interesting to the end.
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