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  • Highland Heroine

    Lady Alisa Mackenzie has settled herself into the role of a spinster who is in control of her father's castle in the Scottish highlands. That means she is responsible for all the people who live there, including her grandmother and her friends. When her grandmother's friends suddenly disappear Alisa knows she must find them as soon as possible. Prince Nikolai Romanovin is heir to the throne of the small European Kingdom of Oxenburg. He is in Scotland on secret business. When he discovers his beloved grandmother is missing, he must go and rescue her. Our arrogant hero is used to the intrigues of court where everyone plays a part, including him. The raw honesty of Alisa and how far she will go to protect those she considers hers is something he finds hard to believe. Our heroine is younger than she acts, but has the respect of her people. Nothing is too dangerous for her to do, if it means the safety of those she claims. That now includes an intriguing Prince. A wonderful historical adventure /romance, with characters you can't help but fall in love with. I like that our heroine is not a traditional beauty. We can't all be perfect. She is however a very strong minded and independent woman. Our hero had some uncomfortable home truths to face. I loved every page.

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  • Ailsa's Snarkyness was amazing!

    Prince Nik's grandmother is staying with Ailsa's grandmother in Scotland when she's abducted. Nik, along with the captain of his guard and his adviser, come to Scotland to assist in finding/rescuing his grandmother. I'd have to say my favorite parts of this book were the snarkyness of Ailsa to Nik's demanding presence and the conversion of Nik from what he had become to almost a normal person! The trials this couple went through exposed Ailsa's strong character and common sense! Nik was able to grow as a person, seeing how his life had changed with the pressures of his kingdom. Perfect ending!

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