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    Historical Highland Romance

    The Rebel of Clan Kincaid by Lily Blackwood Highland Warrior #2 In book two of the series Magnus is told that he is someone entirely different than he has always been lead to believe he is. Why? To keep him save because the man who is REALLY his father was killed by the man he THINKS sired him. Add onto that he finds out that he has two brothers that he can’t remember and one despicable half-brother that he is not related to at all. What does he want? Revenge! Tara is on her way to marry despicable Hugh and is not happy about it. She is less happy when she is accosted and robbed while on the road and then kissed by the man who saves her. She is the sister of the woman who died suspiciously while married to despicable Hugh and she wants answers related to that death AND she definitely does NOT want to marry Hugh! There was plenty happening in this book with stolen kisses, fights, a damsel saved, friendships made, evil men thwarted, escapes, intrigue, murder and steamy scenes BUT for some reason the interaction between Magnus/Faelan and Tara seemed too abrupt and highly unlikely and it left me disbelieving. Everything was neatly tied up with problems solved easily without too much worry or bother and at the end I wondered whether or not the third son, Cullan was still alive and if so where in the world he might be. After meeting Robert Buchan I wonder if he might get a book of his own. I also wonder if the men who killed The Kincaid will ever pay for the crimes they committed. Did I enjoy the book? Yes Would I read it again? Probably not Do I want to know what happens in book three? Definitely Did I like Magnus and Tara? Yes Would I read other books by this author? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC. This is my honest review. 3 Stars
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    Another great book by Ms. Blackwood

    'The Rebel of Clan Kincaid' by Lily Blackwood is book two in the "Highland Warrior" series. This is the story of Magnus and Tara. I have read the previous book but I do think you can read this as a standalone book. We did learn in book one "The Beast of Clan Kincaid" that Magnus was really Faelan Kincaid the second son of the Kincaid family. Magnus was lost when his family was taken over and killed by enemies. Magnus didn't remember his previous family and only thought of himself as a bastard son of Laird Alwyn. When he learns from his brother who he is he joins in taking down Laird Alwyn to revenge his family death who Laird Alwyn was a part of. Tara has been taken by her guarding who is a very mean man to Laird Alwyn clan. Tara is to marry Laird Alwyn older Legitimate son who is also cruel.. in addition he was to marry her sister who now is dead. So Magnus and Tara are drawn to each other and both wanting to solve the mystery of her sister death. In addition Magnus wants to save Tara from marring his 'half brother'. Another great book by Ms. Blackwood "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    The Rebel of Clan Kincaid

    This was my 1st series by this author, very good storyline. Hated to put the 1st book down wanted to get to the 2nd book. Now waiting for the 3rd book of the series.
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    A true medieval feel to a great romance!

    Laird Kincaid, a highlander, who opposed the Crown and died under mysterious circumstances, along with his wife and three sons, and Magnus, was led to believe he was Laird Alwyn’s illegitimate son. However a visit to his friend Elspeth Kincaid, née MacClaren, upends his life: Magnus just learned that he is one of those hated Kincaids, and the brother of Elspeth’s husband Niall. Magnus is confused and angry, and he vows to have his revenge against the Alwyn. Tara Iverach’s guardian, the Earl of Buchan, has just come to see her at the Duncroft Priory, where Tara has lived for years. Tara is to marry the eldest Alwyn, the dreadful and frightening Hugh! Tara doesn’t understand: her sister Arabel was to wed the sinister Alwyn, but Arabel has died, and Tara’s heart is broken. On their way to Castle Burnbryde, they are attacked by brigands, where Tara is rescued by a gentle man with a lovely voice, but she never saw his face, even if she kissed him. Upon reaching the Castle, Tara is promptly imprisoned in a tower so she doesn’t escape her sordid fate: Hugh is a nightmare, and Tara knows she must flee, she cannot wed this uncouth and dissolute boor. THE REBEL OF CLAN KINCAID is a complex story of treachery and double-crossing during the reign of Robert II of Scotland, in the late Middle Ages, and I thought Ms. Blackwood perfectly captures the colour, and the atmosphere of the era. The author also respects the customs and appropriate behaviour of the times, and I really appreciated that, especially when it came to intimate scenes, which were scalding, gorgeous, and very tender and realistic as well. I loved the tone of the book: danger lurking in the shadows, ferocious rivalries, a lot of tension without fanfare, and a delicate touch that never felt precious or stilted, whether in the romance or the dialogue. Hugh is revolting in an unfortunate very realistic way, and he is an ideal foe for Magnus, a most splendid hero; he is, in fact, so honourable and chivalrous, that it nearly has catastrophic consequences. There is an understandable misunderstanding and my heart broke for Tara, so strong and brave, and all this was superbly well handled by the author. And the romance! Be still my heart! Everyone should be so lucky to experience the true love that Tara and Magnus share! The ending to this epic medieval story is fabulous! THE REBEL OF CLAN KINCAID is the second instalment in the series, and although there is a continuing storyline that began in the first book, it reads perfectly as a standalone, and believe me, I am waiting with bated breath for the third book! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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