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Jude Deveraux steps back to a time and place where revenge and rivalry rule men's hearts—and love conquers all—in this wonderful Montgomery novel.

Bronwyn MacArran was a proud Scot. Stephen Montgomery was one of the hated English.

He came to Scotland as a conqueror, saw her beauty and was vanquished. But still she would abhor him.
She owned a temper hot enough to forge the armors of battle or inflame a valiant soldier's passion. Yet still she would resist him.

She became his reason to live, his reason to love. And still she would deny him.

But while clan fought clan, while brother took up sword against brother, and the highlands ran with blood—their destiny was made...and this mighty warrior pledged himself to his woman's pride, her honor and her name—and made of their love a torch to burn through the ages!

Topics: Scotland, Medieval Period, Adventurous, Enemies to Lovers, War, Angsty, and Arranged Marriage

Published: Pocket Books on
ISBN: 9780743459297
List price: $7.99
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More enjoyable than "The Velvet Promise" due mainly to the fact that the hero in this one isn't dumber than a bowl of mice. Interestingly enough, it seems to be a story all about the dangers of being too blinded by pride to communicate adequately and appropriately with one's partner, which isn't a bad lesson in general. Nice example of an unusual female character in the lead -- she's the leader of a Scots clan who isn't about to give power and control to her husband just because he's a man and she's a woman. This one also drives the "Velvet" plot forward, and we start to figure out exactly what the ultimate conflict is -- but not who's going to be involved in the endgame.more
I loved this book. I very rarely keep a romance novel for a second read, but i kept this one. It's a wonderful story, with likeable characters. Romance at it's best. Truely a great read.more

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More enjoyable than "The Velvet Promise" due mainly to the fact that the hero in this one isn't dumber than a bowl of mice. Interestingly enough, it seems to be a story all about the dangers of being too blinded by pride to communicate adequately and appropriately with one's partner, which isn't a bad lesson in general. Nice example of an unusual female character in the lead -- she's the leader of a Scots clan who isn't about to give power and control to her husband just because he's a man and she's a woman. This one also drives the "Velvet" plot forward, and we start to figure out exactly what the ultimate conflict is -- but not who's going to be involved in the endgame.more
I loved this book. I very rarely keep a romance novel for a second read, but i kept this one. It's a wonderful story, with likeable characters. Romance at it's best. Truely a great read.more
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