Saturday, November 12, 2016

Her Highland Rogue: A Wild Highland Guardian Novel

Her Highland Rogue: A Wild Highland Guardian Novel by Violetta Rand

Her Highland Rogue: A Wild Highland Guardian Novel by [Rand, Violetta]

In a breathtaking short novel that’s perfect for readers of Maya Banks and Monica McCarty, Violetta Rand introduces a wild clan of Scottish warriors who fight for honor—and live for passion.
Errol MacRae’s days of gallivanting across the Highlands are nearing an end. His father’s health has taken a turn for the worse, and rumors are swirling that the crown intends to transfer ancient lands into the hands of the MacKenzies, the clan the MacRaes are sworn to defend. Errol expects to lead his men into battle soon. So he isn’t pleased when his father instead sends him to retrieve a beautiful flame-haired lass who has fled into the mountains.
Orphaned as a young girl, Aileana vividly remembers how the MacRaes rescued her and welcomed her into their clan. For ten years, she has served them loyally—until the night she’s nearly despoiled by one of the laird’s captains. Aileana risks her life and her reputation to seek refuge in the snowcapped peaks of the Five Sisters, the one place that has always felt like home. But after the strong-armed, strong-willed Errol tracks her down in a blizzard, she finds herself tempted to risk something even more dangerous: her heart.


5.0 out of 5 stars oh the accent thoughNovember 11, 2016
This review is from: Her Highland Rogue: A Wild Highland Guardian Novel (Kindle Edition)
Unlike your typical "lady" and "lord" historical book, this was great! We have basically a kitchen maid, and the Chieftan's son falls in love with her. The story itself will keep you page after page. There's some fun twists and it will certainly keep you obsessed with Highland men! The author is witty and the characters are interesting.
"And some men require a fist to understand what the word nay means." Broc stumbled dangerously close and Errol mentally prepared for what he was sure to follow. "She's no lady," Broc said.
The characters bring a chivalrous code with them, something lacking in men of today.

I don't know about you, but when I read books like this, I hear a Scottish accent in every word, echoing in my head!
I look forward to reading the rest of this series as it comes out.
Oh, and have I mentioned what a gorgeous cover? *Sigh*
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