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  • Fun highlander holiday romance!

    Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the e-galley of this title. Twelfth Knight's Bride by E. Elizabeth Watson is a fun way to get some holiday spirit if you want to venture outside small town USA. In the novel you journey into the Scottish Highlands and meet two warring clans, the Grants and the MacDonalds. Lady Aileana Grant's clan is starving so she takes the desperate measure of stealing from the MacDonald's, the clan that put the Grant's in their current state of poverty. Laird James MacDonald shows up and demands a bridge as repayment. And so starts an enjoyable journey of two people realizing that in a feud that has spanned two centuries, maybe things aren't quite black and white. I really enjoyed this book a lot. I loved the journey into the Scottish Highlands and learning about the various holiday activities. I also liked how the two main characters communicated and were open to each other. If you are a fan of highland romance, I think this is a good one. It would also be a great choice for someone wanting a holiday story that is a little different. I'd say this is a low-medium steam book, but that it is easy enough to skip if that is not your thing.

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  • Historical Holiday Romance

    Twelfth Knight’s Bride by E. Elizabeth Watson In a time when one clan steals from another and the feud has gone on for centuries two enemies are handfasted over the stealing of a few vegetables. Sure, Lady Aileana Grant was only trying to secure a bit of food for her hungry people and hoped to tweak the nose of Laird James MacDonald but little did she realize she might end up married to a man she considers the devil. Will the two part in a few weeks or will they fall in love? Well, it is a romance so…odds are they will have a HEA eventually. What I liked: * Aileana: strong, independent, cares for her people, not afraid to work hard, open minded – eventually, loving and kind. She deserves happiness with James * James: strong, caring, good leader, warmhearted, sees to his people, open to new ways of looking at situations. He deserves happiness with Aileana * The writing, plot, and story * The growth of both main characters from the beginning to the end of the story. * That both main characters were open to seeing the world in a new light * The setting * The supporting characters – would like to hear more about them in the future * That it was a holiday romance * All of it really except… What I didn’t like: * Knowing the feuds were devastating to both sides and seeing how over time everyone loses * Saying goodbye to the characters in the story Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more by this author? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars

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  • This one's a slow burn

    This one is a bit of a slow burn but so worth it in the end! Lady Aileana Grant steals some vegetables to help her starving clan at Christmastime. She just happens to have stolen them from Laird James MacDonald. Her clans enemy. He shows up demanding the thief be turned over to him. When he figures out it was Lady Aileana he demands her hand in marriage to repay the debt. And she can't believe it when her brother agrees but they also agree to give Aileana two-weeks to decide whether to stay or come back home. James has to marry a Grant woman in order to inherit his fortune. But he wasn't counting on finding her attractive. So he handfasts her and hopes to win her heart before the two weeks are over.

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  • Romantic story

    An interesting historical romance. Good descriptions of persons, castle life, and customs at Christmas time in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century.

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  • Scottish success

    Loved the characters and the intense situation. I will certainly look for more from this author.

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