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    Wonderful read! Good plot!

    Highland Lady is an amazing read! Elen, The Lady of Dunblane wants the land that once belonged to her father and her ancestors before her. A bitter feud that has gone on between the Rancoffs and Dunblanes for centuries. She swore on her father's deathbed that she would get it back. Munro, The Laird of Rancoff, has heard of Elen but never met her until his brother kidnaps Elen's sister. Elen captures him in hopes to exchange him for her sister. Will she get her sister back? Will she get the land that once belonged to her clan back? And who plots to kill The Laird of Rancoff in hopes to gain the Rancoff land and the Dunblane land? A must read for anyone who enjoys historical romance!
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    Scottish Intrigue

    What starts off as a kidnapping evolves into something quite unexpected. Colleen French has penned a suspenseful Scottish intrigue that is not as straightforward as it initially appears. I received this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review.
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    Wonderful Highlands Romance!

    What a delightful Medieval romance this was and I thank my stars that this author was introduced to me by author Judith E. French, her mother. Munro was the strong, thoughtful Laird of Rancoff and he fell in love with Elen, Lady of Dunblane, when she imprisoned him for supposedly kidnapping her sister. I say “supposedly” because there is an underlying mystery to this romantic tale and many ups and downs before the discovery of the true culprit/kidnapper, who also endangers the lives of both Munro and Elen and others in their clans. A very exciting, at times humorous and very romantic tale indeed.
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    Scottish historical romance, strong female

    I received a copy of this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for my honest review. Elen Burnard has taken over as laird following her father's death, keeping clan Dunblaine safe and prosperous despite the belief of many that only men are fit to lead. A few scant months into her rule, however, it appears that her sister has been taken by men from the clan next door with whom she is embroiled in a land dispute. While trying to decide how to get her sister back, Elen sees the laird of the rival clan out alone and seizes the opportunity to take him prisoner and hold him as a bargaining tool for the release of her sister. But it soon becomes apparent that all is not as it seems. Is Elen's sister actually complicit in her own kidnapping? Is she conspiring to undermine Elen's authority and does she harbor even worse plans for the future? Further complicating the situation are Elen's own feelings for the laird of the rival clan--is she starting to love the laird she is holding prisoner? If so, what of her promise to her dying father to regain the lands in dispute with the laird she now holds in heer dungeons? Does the laird love Elen back? And what happens when the King intervenes? The romance between the two lairds progresses along somewhat predictable lines, however, Elen's duplicitous sister keeps the story lively. This is a quick read that I devoured in just a few hours and thouroughly enjoyed. While this was the book of Colleen French's that I have read, it won't be the last.
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