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    Loved it!

    The Saint is book three in the Highland Brides series. Callum is a man without a family or much of a past. He spends a year searching to discover his origin. While on his search, he encounters a young woman who needs his help. Isla Beaton is dependent upon a stranger when her father dies. Callum vows to see her safely to Restenneth Priory where her last remaining relative lives. Isla is intent on serving God, but one kiss from Callum threatens to destroy her resolve. This is a very well written story and one of my favorite Butler books. I thought Butler told Isla’s point of view masterfully. Although this book is in a series, it truly can be read as a stand alone. Looking forward to reading more from this author. I was gifted a copy of this book from Netgalley.
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    Wonderful Story

    Memories from childhood can often affect our lives and that is the case with Callum. He only remembers his mother's loose behavior and a stone cross, before he was left as an orphan. He want to devote his life to the church. But at the age of twenty four he goes on a quest, with two of his friends that were orphans also, to discover from whence they came. Along the way Callum ends up caring for some lepers and one man, Thane, who is near death, asks Callum to protect his daughter, who is alone, and help her get to her uncle. It seems fate has taken a hand to lead him to Isla, Thane's daughter, but there is more at stake than he could imagine! He finds her in dire circumstances and they find themselves fleeing for their lives and needing to get to her destination which is to devote herself to God. Yes I see a similarity her to her and Callum, but can they stop the attraction that blooms between them? Will they go their separate ways once she is safe? This is the first book I have read by this author and I really enjoyed it. The characters were very descriptive and I could feel their emotions. Looking forward to reading more in this series and I know you will too! I was gifted this book through NetGallery
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    Callum has few memories as a child. He made a vow of celibacy at fourteen, but doesn't know why. At twenty four, he leaves his home and starts looking for answers. While searching, he is asked by a dying man to take Isla, his daughter to safety. They are attacked by a band of men, but why? Isla is mostly blind and thinks she will never marry for love. What will Callum find out about his life and why is Isla in danger ? Is Callum really a saint or a flesh and blood man who needs more? I received this book from Net Galley and Escape Publishing for a honest review.The opinions expressed are my own.
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