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  • Highland Vixen

    Loved the second book in this series. Can't wait until June for book 3!😄😄😄😄😍😍😍 I read all your Highlander books.

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  • Delightful read

    Highland Vixen is book two in the Highland Weddings series by Mary Wine. We meet Marcus and Helen in book one, Highland Spitfire, where we see how these two verbal spare with each other and clearly are denying their attraction to each other. I feel you should read the Highland Weddings series in order. I really liked Helen Grant as a secondary character in Highland Spitfire and when I found out that Highland Vixen was Helen’s book I was thrilled. She is strong willed, hard headed, stubborn, and stands up to Marcus. Marcus is a brut. I didn’t care for him in Highland Spitfire. I was mad at what he did Ailis and upset at Bhaic for letting his brother act that way and treat Ailis poorly, so I new something would have to happen to change my opinion of him. We meet up with James Douglas, the Earl of Morton and let me tell you that man is bad news. He is a well crafted villain and will stop at nothing to further his agenda and stop the clans from feuding. Marcus and Helen run afoul with him and the circumstance forces Helen and Marcus to join together to prevent an atrocity from occurring. I really like Helen; because she stands up to Marcus. I new Marcus needed a strong willed women at his side, someone capable of standing up to him and Helen did just that. As for Marcus well my opinion of him changed after he ran afoul with the Earl of Morton. Marcus and Helen’s relationship is turbulent. They bicker, they verbally spare, and it works for these two. I enjoyed their sparing. It was also fun watching Marcus learn to woo a woman. He’s more a battering ram and I found his blunders humorous and endearing. Last, a note on some of the secondary characters we meet; Brenda Gordon and Kathryn. Both women are/were captives of the Earl and I found them intriguing and intelligent. I hope we will see more of these two. I had a delightful time reading a Highland Vixen and I’m looking forward to the next book in the Highland Weddings series. As an added note I really love the covers for this series. They are vibrant, full of color, and pull the eye in. Rated: 4 Stars

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