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    5 Stars for Lori Ann Bailey

    5 Stars for Lori Ann Bailey. This is Lori’s 2nd book in her Highland Pride series, the first being Highland Deception. If you like Scottish history and romance, this is the book for you. Lori has a way of making her book flow and her characters come alive. There is evil, revenge, mystery, spies, misunderstandings and yes love. All the thing I love in a book. I highly recommend this book, you wont be disappointed. Travel back in time to 1643 Scotland with Brodie Cameron and Skye MacDonald when five years prior there was heartbreak for both of them due to a misunderstanding and Skye leaves her home with her uncle since her father had died and she was all alone. Now 5 years later when a betrothed Skye gets abducted by the Maclean Clan and not knowing it is Skye, Brodie comes to her rescue. Seeing no way to her get her back to her uncle plus the continuing war between the Catholic and Presbyterian and not knowing who to trust, Brodie takes her back to the Cameron Clan ignoring his better judgement. Why was Brodie always gone to who know where and leaving her alone? Can Skye over come her fear of being alone? Can Brodie trust Skye with his secret? Can the Clans make the right alliances with other clans? Who is really after Skye and why? Will Skye marry her betrothed or can Brodie and Skye rekindle the flame they once shared? You will just have to read Highland Redemption to find out. Kat Tolle Wiley
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    intriguing

    I was gifted a copy of Highland Redemption. I enjoyed the book very much. It is very well written and has everything a romance addict could want – passion, adventure and some laughs. However, I do wish Ms Bailey had given a prologue of the history of her setting. I found myself having to research Scotland in the early 1600’s to understand the Royalists and the Covenanters struggle. She definitely stayed true to historical events, but she could have saved me time with a prologue. I do highly recommend this book and I look forward to reading more of Ms. Bailey’s works.
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    Interesting and romantic

    Brodie Cameron is the Royalist spy known as the Raven. He has been following an old friend, hoping he is not guilty of the raids that he has been blamed for. When he sees him kidnapping a woman Brodie has a choice to make. Skye Cameron has just been told by her uncle that she is to marry. She hopes she can, at least be friends with the man she will never love. There is only one man she will ever love and he abandoned her. Our hero threw himself into his chosen profession when the woman he loved left him. Now it's not safe for anyone to get too close to him. Someone is causing a lot of trouble between the highland clans and there have been more than a few deaths. An exciting action packed highland romance filled with danger and misunderstandings. I loved the characters and the story line . This is not an era of Scottish history that I am familiar with so I was surprised at the problems. Very interesting and very romantic.
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    Great action scenes!

    Brodie Cameron was spying on his friend Ross MacLean, when he notices Ross and another man escorting a woman, who reluctant to go with them. Wanting to ensure the woman is alright, Ross approaches them, a scuffle ensues, and then Ross wonders if he has seen the woman before and if Ross has turned traitor. Edinburgh is to host a summit between Royalists and Convenanters; does this have to do with it? Brodie leaves with the woman and they ride away to safety. Sometimes a detail just won’t let itself be forgotten, and this is what happened here. Brodie doesn’t recognise the woman, Skye MacDonald, and this was a huge problem for me. Brodie and Skye were once in love, they had had sex, it was only five years before when Skye was eighteen, and he doesn’t recognise her? Skye is not covered in mud, she is not battered and bruised beyond recognition, and he doesn’t recognise her? I might have been able to overlook this – might – if the author had not kept on rehashing and repeating how much they had loved each other, how he bedded numerous women and drank too much in order to forget her, but when he sees her, he does not recognise her? It’s 1643 and it’s not as if she would have had cosmetic surgery, or had made drastic changes to her appearance or that she was scarred; women that age do not change that much in five years under normal circumstances, especially not in those days. Had it been Brodie whom Skye had not recognised, it might have worked; men that age are still growing and fill out, a different hair style and facial hair can make a huge difference. If only there hadn’t been that bit about Brodie not recognising Skye, HIGHLAND REDEMPTION would have been fine, although there are minor issues and your usual miscommunication, lack of communication, and misunderstandings. It’s well written, the action scenes are terrific, and the political machinations and clan disputes are interesting and handled well. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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