Historical Romance: Claimed by the Highlander A Highland Scottish Romance - Anne Morrison

Historical Romance: Claimed by the Highlander A Highland Scottish Romance

By Anne Morrison

  • Release Date: 2020-02-03
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4
4
From 593 Ratings

Description

Claimed By The Highlander - A Historical Romance Book

They were ill-matched...

He's charming and deadly.

She's intoxicating and skeptical.

What happens when an English lady with a secret meets a Scottish Highlander with a history?

Lady Elizabeth Kendall is on the run…

There is no one she can trust.

Her parents are dead.

And… her uncle seeks to involve her in a terrible plot!

 There is only one solution, one hope for her.

That is to run north.

Her cousin Devon Montgomery holds an English claim on Scottish land.

She disguises herself as a maid, never thinking what is ahead of her.

The only one who can help her is the blank-shield soldier who pulls her from a terrible situation.

Reade MacTaggart.

But … Reade is not as he seems.

He's no more a mercenary than she is a maid.

Instead …  he's a Scottish Highlander, the younger brother of Laird MacTaggart—of the infamous Clan Mactaggart.

There is only one reason that Reade came south.

That is to spy for his clan.

Just when he thought to go home, an English girl with more beauty than money falls into his lap, and Reade finds that he cannot resist. 

In a dark and violent era, Elizabeth and Reade find each other, but will they be able to keep each other?

Or will she be taken from him?

Reviews

  • Didn’t read even one age

    1
    By Former FV Fan
    I downloaded the book before reading the reviews. Something I never do but finding out the characters names aren’t even right made me delete it before ever reading a word.
  • Review

    3
    By My Passion Is Reading
    The story overall was good, however, the book needs a good editor. The prologue doesn’t match the story. In the prologue, her uncle was the Earl of Wessex and in the story he is the Earl of Sussex. Also in the prologue, her brother was Peter, but in the story he was Benji. It is confusing to say the least. There were also slow spots in the story that made it feel like the story was dragging on, then the book suddenly ends. If the author wanted to lengthen the book, she could have added to the ending and take out the slow parts of the story.
  • a few mixed details but a good story over all

    4
    By Moni Corona
    i liked the story a tol but it starts off with names stated one way then the names go away like wessex into sussex, peter to benji, mother’s brother into father’s brother, father’s family into mother’s nephew and those are at the beginning of the story. i’m having a hard time explaining how it goes but it made the story a little hard to follow if you don’t look past the mix-ups.