- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Avon - US (12 November 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0061934712
- ISBN-13: 978-0061934711
- Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.1 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 204 g
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It has been prophesied that four men, raised as brothers, will bring Scotland back to her rightful glory. The first is running for his life.
Charged with the restoration of Scotland's one true king, Duncan MacAlpin isn't surprised to find himself fleeing an army across the verdant hills of his homeland. But having to do so while shackled to a woman . . . that is a true challenge to Duncan's ingenuity and self-control. For the lovely, untouched maiden he's chained to is far too captivating to resist.
Despite her innocence, Mercy guards her own dangerous secrets. Proud and unafraid—hunted and imperiled for who she is and what she knows—she is determined to regain her freedom and never let it be taken from her again. Yet locked so tightly to her imposed escort, tempted by the warmth of the powerful Highlander's body, she aches to give herself over completely to desire . . . and risk the heart she has fought so hard to protect.
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Well it wasn’t the worst historical ever written, nor was it the best (that probably would have been too much anyhow, I would have been completely ruined for all time to any other historical as they never would have lived up to the pairing (great writing + great cover) that this book had). The writing was okay, a bit meandering, and the characters developed well. Of course since this is the first in a four book series (whose covers aren’t as epic – sad day) there are a crap load of questions and clues that pop up and never go anywhere. While I am faintly interested in reading the other three books (which are all out now), I’m not in a rush.
I do wish how ever that someone would make it easier to know which way they go. I always seem to read at least one before the one I should have read first.
No matter. This is a real good set of four well written books & I really like Donna Fletchers wirting manner.
ADD ON: I have what appears to be the whole 4 book set, but I believe from where the last book left off the writer has another one up her sleeve & i hope it's true. These are some of the few that I have kept & will keep to read over & over again. They are great & I can't hardly wait to read the up coming addition. Awsome books, all 4 & hopefully 5 soon.