- Audio CD: 1 pages
- Publisher: Blackstone Audio; Unabridged AUDIO edition (20 November 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1982549831
- ISBN-13: 978-1982549831
- Product Dimensions: 14.6 x 3.2 x 14.6 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 204 g
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
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The Highlander's Hellion: The Sutherland Legacy Series, book 3 Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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Eliza Knight is the bestselling author of historical romance novels, including the Stolen Bride series, the Conquered Bride series, and the Tales from the Tudor Court series. She is also the author of several erotic romance titles, including Behind the Plaid and Highlander's Touch. Knight runs the award-winning blog History Undressed.
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Greer Sutherland’s exploits land her on a beach owned by Roderick MacCulloch’s clan with only her dog and an oar from the boat she was on before rough weather hit. Roderick discovers her and immediately recognises her; not only did he once contemplate what Greer might be like as a wife but she also has the distinction of having speared him through the thigh a few years ago. Yes, it was accidental but he hasn’t forgotten as the injury still causes him pain.
I loved both Greer and Roderick. Greer is lively, witty and energetic. She understands the realities and harshness of the highland way of life but is happy to be indulged and cared for by her family. As laird of his clan, Roderick carries a large amount of responsibilities but underneath it all he is a kind and caring man. He may be called ‘Grim’ but a few run ins with Greer soon leave him feeling lighter than he thought possible.
As Roderick escorts Greer across the highlands to her home, it gives them an opportunity to clear the air – apologies for spear wounds, you know – and to get to know one another. There’s plenty of chemistry and banter to be had.
The writing was well paced and I appreciated the somewhat artless nature of the characters – it fit within the time period. This was not a time for coyness and tentativeness. Roderick was unpretentious and decisive in his actions as laird, and Greer was open and sincere in communicating her wishes.
THE HIGHLANDER’S HELLION was a wonderful read, and now I need to decide which of the author’s books to read next.
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Greer Sutherland, also known as a hellion, decided to go sailing during a storm. She almost drowned and was saved by Roderick, also known as Grim. It turned out Greer had accidentally injured Grim with a fishing spear a couple of years earlier. Grim still lived with the pain of that injury.
When Roderick agrees to take her home, they started an adventure that changed their lives forever. Greer helped Roderick smile and laugh more with her easy going personality. On the other hand, Greer learned that actions have consequences and became more mature. A passionate love developed during this journey.
It was also nice to see the close relationship between Greer and her brother Liam. At the end we get reunited with the other members of the Sutherland family. Cannot wait for Liam's story!
Every book Eliza Knight has written I have enjoyed.
This is about Lady Greer,the Hellion of the family, and her love of rowing her currachs on the firth. Two years ago she was in competition that didn’t end so well, since she ended throwing her spear at a fish and it ended up in the thigh of Laird Roderick “the Grim” MacCulloch.
After being told by her father that she could not take her currach out for a few weeks, she is angry so what does do? She defies her father and out she goes. Suddenly a storm appears and she is too far from home to make it back. The storm is so bad that it capsized her currach and she tries to swim to shore.
Laird Roderick is riding by and sees a dog and something in the water. He checks to see what was going on and finds a young lady. He saves her life , takes her to his house to care for her.
This book is to good to not read! Find out what happens on the road to Greer’s home.