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    Another Great By Madeline Martin!

    Madeline Martin’s writing keeps getting better and better, not that I thought that was even possible as her prior books are amazing. The storyline was wonderful and the visual was so descriptive I could just picture it all in my mind. The Madam’s Highlander has ambitions, pride, kindness, a love for family and a trust that is put to the test, hard work, desertion, traitors, evil, rape, battle and duty, even a brothel, in other words it has it all. I highly recommend this Novella as you won’t be disappointed. So travel back in time to 1746 Edinburgh, Scotland to Molly’s Brothel with Ewan and Freya on an adventure like no other. ***This book was gifted to me and I am voluntarily reviewing.
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    An Intriguing Tale!

    Intriguing, suspenseful and emotional are a few of the descriptions that come to mind as I turn the last page. For a novella, this story packed in enough at a fast pace to keep my attention from the beginning. Things are not always as they appear and Freya Campbell, owner of a bawdy house is not what she seems. Captain Ewan Fraser on the other hand is trying to make up for past wrongs done by his father siding with the British against his own people. Seeking Freya's aid to check on his mother, who he cannot go to, Ewan is desperate to find out if she is safe. Freya has her own family hidden out and in the end agrees to help Ewan. This is a journey of two people who may seem worlds apart, but are brought together for a common cause. Both having seen and experienced some of the worst life can give, end up finding something special that will be challenged and possibly torn apart. Madeline Martin is a wonderful storyteller who I always enjoy reading. You will not be disappointed!!
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    Another wonderful read by Madeline Martin

    By Madeline Martin Freya Campbell is madam to the famed Edinburgh bawdy house, Molly's. Running this establishment not only enables her to help war widows and aid soldiers, but the income it generates can afford a good life for her family with safety in times that are uncertain and dangerous. Ewan Fraser is a man who is shamed by his father's transgressions. Trying to salvage his legacy and name, he has earned his way as a Captain on the Black Watch, England's Scottish regiment. When the war turns dark and dismal, he fears for his Mother and will stop at nothing to ensure that she remains safe. With England tightening it's hold on Scotland and both their families threatened, can Ewan and Freya work together as one to save them? Can two unlikely lovers find the happiness they so deserve in a world with what seems like no future? Wow is all that comes to mind this book was incredible. Once again Madeline Martin has outdone herself. What a story I really enjoyed it and hated to put it down for a second. Ms. Martin knows how to weave a story around you and pull you in and pull you in she does enough so that you feel like you are right there with the character's in the story. Well done Madeline I'm very impressed and will definitely recommend this book to readers everywhere.
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    A page-turning emotional ride for me.

    I could not stop turning pages. The strength of Freya and her determination made the story move along quickly. Ewan's misplaced loyalties and beliefs lead them into a lot interesting and dangerous situations, but I enjoyed the ride. There were laughs, tears, and smiles all along the way. I highly recommend this story. This is my unsolicited review.

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