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    Married to a Boy

    Having loved the two previous books in this series, I was disappointed in this one. Found it rather far fetched; how anyone could believe that either, they wouldn't be found out skulking around the castle or, she wouldn't become pregnant is a simpleton. Found it unbelievable that they would risk their lives in this way. An honourable man, which Ian was at the beginning, would have told his brother of his feelings at the time he asked permission to leave the castle. Harry adored his elder brother and I'm sure they could have come up with a solution that would have enabled Kara and Ian getting together, with Harry's knowledge and consent. To cuckold him as they did, left an unpleasant taste in the mouth and I found it difficult to believe that Ian and Kara cared about the boy, let alone loved him as they claimed. It therefore dropped 1 star for me. I received this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review.
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    Fabulous Highland Romance!

    This Medieval romance was as terrific as the Highland Lord and Highland Lady but it more suspenseful and had a very unique story line, unique in that I hadn’t read this trope in an historical romance before. This bride (Kara) was married by her father to an heir that was still a 12-year-old boy. As you can guess, there were lots of obstacles for Kara to overcome to have a relationship of some kind with her husband. And then there was the unexpected obstacle of falling for her husband’s older brother (Ian) and the obstacle of her husband’s evil cousin who wanted the throne for himself. There were moments of cliffhanging suspense fraught with danger and moments of affection and love in this story. It was quite an exciting romance and I loved every minute of it!
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    a fantastic book

    I received this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review. I love this book, the environment and the characters. A book, which history will kept you until the last page. I enjoyed it very much.
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    Unique Highlander historical with stunning ending!

    This is the third book in the Scottish Fire Series, by Colleen French, but can be read as a standalone. As with the other two titles in the series, I was given a copy of this book by eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review. This book had a unique storyline and I was kept riveted to the page, as I just could not for the life of me figure out how the obstacles separating the lovers Ian and Kara could be eliminated. Well my inability to put the book down was rewarded by a jaw-dropping revelation that put every plot twist and turn in a brand new light. I thoroughly enjoyed this entire series and look forward to reading more novels by Ms. French due to her refreshingly unique approach to historical romance set in the highlands of Scotland.
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    Married to a boy, in love with a man

    I received a free copy of this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review. When his older brother is killed in a skirmish, 12-year-old Harry McKie, the new Lord Dunnane, inherits not only leadership of the clan and his brother's title, but also his brother's betrothed, Kara Gordon. Forced into a farce of a marriage with a mere boy, Kara becomes more of a mother to the young Lord Dunnane. Kara is not the only one helping Harry grow into manhood and his role as leader of the clan, his half-brother Ian is also there to protect and guide him. As Kara and Ian work together to help Harry mature and fend off challengers to his hold over the clan from both within and outside, they find their attraction to each other growing into something neither one of them can or want to fight. How will they resolve their feelings for each other with their love for and need to protect Harry? Can they satisfy their own desires without betraying their duty to their laird and family? I enjoyed the unique plot of this book in that it described realistically the challenges forced arranged marriages would likely face, however, I found the ending disappointing. I can't say why without giving spoilers, but suffice it to say that the story conclusion seems unlikely at best. Still, the flowing prose and rich descriptions make the scenes of this book vivid and the action is non-stop. Fans of historical fiction will enjoy this book, and I hope Isla gets her own story!
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