Monday, October 3, 2016

MacLean's Passion: A Highland Pride Novel

MacLean's Passion: A Highland Pride Novel by Sharon Cullen

MacLean's Passion: A Highland Pride Novel by [Cullen, Sharon]

USA Today bestselling author Sharon Cullen’s Highland Pride series continues as Scotland’s most reckless smuggler meets his match in a beautiful spitfire who arouses a renewed sense of duty, camaraderie, and passion.
Colin MacLean has always felt like a black sheep—especially after his brothers are slain before his eyes in the Battle of Culloden. A smuggler by trade, Colin makes for an embarrassing chieftain. He can’t even save his friends from their British pursuers without getting himself captured. But before he is martyred by the hangman’s noose, Colin escapes with his cellmate, a brave lad he’s come to admire. It’s only in the depths of the Highlands that Colin discovers the lad is a lass—and a bonnie one at that.
Raised by her older brothers, Maggie Sinclair can drink a pint in no time flat and wield a dagger with the best of ’em. Still, men have always excluded her and women have always shunned her. Colin makes her feel different. His wild spirit and rugged good looks have Maggie reconsidering her less than ladylike ways. For the first time, she’s tempted to put on a gown, just to see how Colin would react. She can only imagine what might happen next: a kiss . . . a touch . . . and perhaps enough sultry heat to melt a cold Highland night.


4.0 out of 5 stars Scots vs EnglishOctober 3, 2016
This review is from: MacLean's Passion: A Highland Pride Novel (Kindle Edition)
*I received this in exchange for an honest review*
The premise of this book was fun! The way the characters meet was interesting and unusual. I love how possessive Highlanders are. This book was your typical Scots vs English story, but with flair. I couldn't stop turning the pages. Colin and Maggie made the most amazing couple. She was strong, stubborn willed and pig headed, just like him, which made for interesting conflict in the story. Yet we learn, as usual, sometimes men just couldn't get things done without their strong women! This is a historical girl power read if I ever seen one! With wonderful romance.
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