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For Love or Liberty (The MacGregor Legacy Book 3) by [Hudson Taylor,  Jennifer]
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Grieving over her sister's death, Charlotte Morgan leaves the Carolina coast for the shores of Lake Erie, Ohio, to help care for her niece and nephew. Conrad Deaton is also there to assist his brother after this devastating loss. Soon, Conrad and Charlotte are locked in a battle of wills as the War of 1812 rages around them. While Conrad criticizes Charlotte for her interest in politics, lectures, and lack of domestic skills, she faults him for his insensitivity, rigid schedules, and harsh discipline. The two just can't seem to get along. But could all their bickering be a sign of something more—an attraction between the two? Afraid of loving a man duty-bound to war, she ignores the growing affection between them. Battle breaks out on Lake Erie. As U.S. Naval officers, Conrad and his brother attend their posts. Charlotte turns to fervent prayer and wills her faith to grow strong as she learns to wait upon the Lord. When neither returns, Charlotte fears the worst.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2643 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Abingdon Fiction (4 November 2014)
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc (AU)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01ES91NTK
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 10 June 2015
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I love all books by Jennifer Hudson Taylor!!!!!! She writes Historical romance the way it should be written!!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The MacGregor Legacy #3 5 November 2014
By M. Carley - Published on
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This is the third book in this series. The first book is called For Love or Loyalty, and the second one is called For Love or Country.

Charlotte is crushed. Her twin sister is dead and she’s leaving her home to travel far away. She promised her sister that she would take care of her nephew and brand new niece. She also needs to keep an eye on her sister’s husband, David, as well. He’s fallen into a deep depression and she fears for him.

Conrad is David’s brother and chose the sea over Charlotte six years ago. He’s come to regret that decision. Not understanding their grief, he pushes his brother and Charlotte to move on with their lives. Charlotte resents his interference and is determined to guard her heart against falling in love with him again. Conrad is going to have a hard road convincing Charlotte he’s changed.

This was a good story, but it has a bittersweet ending. Charlotte is Hugh and Tyra’s daughter and there are mentions of some of the other family members, but it’s okay to read these out of order. Not usually being a fan of this time period, the series was a good one and I recommend it.

*I received a copy of this book from Abingdon Press through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
5.0 out of 5 stars Powerful, alluring and compelling... 5 December 2014
By April Renn/AprilR - Published on
The third and final book in this trilogy. I was not disappointed. Can be read as a stand alone, although, I would recommend reading the others in this amazing series. I have been intrigued from the start by this amazing trilogy of this Scottish clan. Filled with intrigue, passion and the power of love. Fast paced with
grief, approaching war, the American Civil war, second chances, faith, healing and the power of love. Once again Ms. Taylor has written a unique, inspiring tale that will grip the reader from the start and hold them in awe. I enjoyed the main characters' desire to do the right thing with their charges and find their HEA. A very compelling, powerful story. Well written with vivid descriptions and engaging, intriguing characters. Can't wait to see what Ms. Taylor has in store for her readers next. Highly recommended for anyone who enjoys an engaging, historical read with plenty of action and passionate characters. Powerful, alluring, and compelling. Well done and well worth the time to read. Highly recommended!

* Received for an honest review from the publisher and Net Galley*

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4.0 out of 5 stars but I did enjoy it. I enjoy reading about this time period 19 January 2016
By LibraryGirl2014 - Published on
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Unfortunately, I had not read the first 2 novels in this series before requesting a review copy of this one, but I did enjoy it. I enjoy reading about this time period. It's set during the War of 1812, which is roughly the same time period as the Regency period in England. The novel deals somewhat with the lives of the Navy servicemen and there families in this period. If you like this novel I recommend reading also Irving Stone's novel "The President's Lady" (about Andrew Jackson and his wife) *or* seeing the film version starring Susan Hayward and Charlton Heston. Also: you should definitely see the old Yul Brynner flick "The Buccaneer", set in New Orleans during the War of 1812. Both films were awesome, and set during this time period as well.
3.0 out of 5 stars Skip, Unless You Already Love Book 1 & 2 in the Series 1 November 2016
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This was a 3.5 Star read for me. The timeline during 1812 made for an interesting backdrop, and one that doesn't get a lot of attention in historic fiction, compared to the Revolutionary War, Civil War, etc, so the time period was definitely intriguing for me. Unfortunately, in my opinion, the writing quality and romance story line struggled despite the interesting historic time period. I haven't read the first 2 books in the series, so perhaps readers who liked those will find this a more enjoyable read to further the storyline of characters they already fell in love with, but as a standalone book this is a hard one to get into. Despite there being a lot of action going on in the background (sailing through a blockade, battling the British on Lake Erie), the writing somehow managed to make even life and death moments rather boring with a lack of description of the adventures and a focus on oddly stilted dialogue between Charlotte, Conrad, and her other traveling partners. The romance between Charlotte and Conrad really isn't delved into in this book; it's assumed that the two already love each other (from 6 years ago, addressed in prior installments), and in this book we just get an odd mix of the two being borderline hostile for 90% of the book, then suddenly resolved and engaged in the last few pages. Unless you fell in love with the first two installments of this book, I would skip this and check out other Christian historic fiction writers (Laura Frantz, Julie Klassen, etc) or other secular historic fiction writers (Diana Gabaldon) for a much more engaging & exciting writing style.