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    Excellent Highland romance

    I received an advanced reader’s copy of this book. This story captured my attention and held it throughout. Cullen, the hero, is honorable despite his background. Derryth, the heroine, is spoiled and seemingly weak at the start, yet I feel she discovers her inner strength and courage though her captivity. Cullen’s love for Derryth leads him to rethink his life and what he wants out of it. There are significant obstacles to their being able to get together and have their HEA. The book had a satisfying ending and it had great pacing throughout.
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    Lots of intrigue with a bit of a twist

    I love a story set in medieval times so I was especially excited to read this one. It starts out pretty fast with Darreyth having to flee into the night with the threat of danger looming over her sister’s home. Unfortunately, she is sent directly into the path of the very army that they were trying to protect her from. Cull rescues her from a horrible fate at the hand of paid mercenaries and thinks she is nothing but a child, covered in mud. I love when the hero doesn’t recognize the heroine for who or what she is so I settled in to enjoy it. Once Cull lays eyes on the grown woman Darreyth, he’s a goner though he continually reminds himself to get it under control. It doesn’t work. He falls hard and fast, as does she. And that is where I felt a bit disconnected to the story. They are falling and yet they’ve barely spoken. There is internal monologue showing strong feelings but nothing to support those feelings. I did try to push it aside but I couldn’t help that I didn’t feel real chemistry between these two. And I like an insta-love story but, in my opinion, it just didn’t work with this one. However, I did like the intrigue that is the focal point of the story. I was curious how this couple would find their HEA since Cull was pretty much assigned to kill Darreyth’s family. There was a bit of a twist that, while it didn’t completely surprise me, was a very nice touch. This is a fast paced read with some nice secondary characters. The villains were within reason of the era while the other characters help to lead the story where it needed to go. There were still some loose ends that didn’t get tied up and I’m not sure if they will be dealt with in future books. The steam was pretty intense and the humor low. The angst was medium first due to the heroine being a “prisoner” as well as her secret and then due to the battle between good and bad. Overall, this was a nice read and I would certainly try another book by this author. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley and St. Martin's Press. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Highland romance and action

    That was really good! Fast paced, interesting, sexy and sweet, action packed, and intrigue, so something for everyone. I hadn't read the other two stories, but had no trouble following along with the connections to existing characters Cull remembers being taken from a slave ship and trained to be a warrior. He is knighted, but has no name, and is a King's Guard, and takes that very seriously. He is travelling with his army against an enemy, so he has been told, of the King. He has been told this by his saviour, known as the Wolf, wh is feared for all the ruthless actions he takes Derryth had been on her way to safety when intercepted. Cull saves her from ruffians, and treats her well. Feelings develop between them, but fate intervenes. Theirs is not a simple journey, or a straight line to get to their HEA, but the twists and turns and bumps along the way only push our story further along Overall, a most enjoyable read!
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    Historical Romance

    The Warrior of Clan Kincaid by Lily Blackwood Highland Warrior #3 A family destroyed Three sons separated for years A trilogy of stories Strength, endurance & perseverance Retribution & Vengeance HEA for all three sons Finally we find out what happened to the youngest Kincaid brother. Cullen Braewick ended up sold into slavery when most of his family was butchered. Years later he was purchased by Buchan – The Wolf – to be trained as a warrior. Little does he know that Buchan’s agenda is one of revenge, murder and mayhem that will hurt Cull if he follows orders explicitly. Into Cull’s hands falls Derryth MacClaren. She is saved by him from a “fate worse than death” and thus begins their sparring, getting to know one another and eventual HEA. With kidnapping, misdirection, murder and more this is an action-packed story of wrong doing eventually righted and family once again together. I would like to know more about the brothers and their families further down the road but have a feeling that this may be the last book in the series…maybe? Did I enjoy the book? Yes Did I like Cull & Derryth? 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. 4 Stars
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    Loved this story!

    A wonderful story that pulls together all the magic of a historical romance. A lost brother who does not remember who he is and has been living another life. A sweet heroine who figures out his identity and only wants to help him. Secrets, betrayal, deep emotions and truths that have been hidden that come to the surface. Yes, perfect!! Derryth MacClaren is sent away from Inverhaven of Clan Kincaid, where she has been living with her sister, to seek safety in case the castle is attacked. Traveling disguised she and her companions are captured by the enemy they were trying to avoid. Cull the Nameless, a member of the King's guard saves her from being abused by his men. He had been raised without remembering who he was since a young age. Taken in by Buchan, known as the Hawk, he has been raised as a warrior and part of the enemy of Clan Kincaid. Therein the story begins with the emotions that begin to spill over between Cull and Derryth. Lily Blackwood has brought history alive with strong characters that move this plot quickly along. I was not able to put it down until the last page was turned. This has been an amazing series that will be remembered and read again.
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