In 1747 Scotland, treachery looms as battle lines run deep between the proud, struggling clans and the Highland Rangers who torment them. Here a young widow fights to save her honor--and her life...
A Headstrong Widow
Since Lisle MacHugh lost her husband in battle, her clan has barely survived. Now, the MacHughs can reverse their ill fortune if they agree to give Lisle's hand in marriage to their greatest enemy: the notorious Black Monteith.
A Powerful Laird
The wealthy Langston Leed Monteith, aka the Black Monteith, has returned to Scotland after years of banishment. With his father's misdeeds leaving the family name in tatters, no decent lass will marry him. But when Monteith sets eyes upon the fiery Lisle, he knows he must have her...
Two Hearts United
Once wed, Lisle resists her fierce attraction to the man she loathes. But she has found her match in Monteith, who introduces her to pleasures she never dreamed possible. When their secrets are revealed, Lisle and Monteith will confront their greatest challenge, testing their union as husband and wife...
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1 . Heat of the Knight only Lukewarm
Posted September 29, 2009 by Athena , WinnipegThis was a disappointing read. The story had potential, but the writing detracted from the enjoyment. I haven't read any of Ivie's books before, but I'm guessing she's somewhat new to the craft. I say this because much was said or written out of context, or was simply grammatically incorrect. This made it hard to follow the story. Also, the characters are unappealing and two-dimensional. Lisle never quite comes into form, except maybe as a whiny, impetuous child. Langston, in turn, explains so often how mysterious, strategic and heroic he is, that he comes off as anything but. There was little romance to this novel. I recommending passing on this book in hopes that Ivie's next lives up to a promising storyline.
October 29, 2007
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