Book: The Reluctant Highlander by Amanda Scott
Reviewer: Barb ☘️Massabrook
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Heat Rating: hot
Overall Rating: 5/5 Stars
Another spectacular novel by the gifted Amanda Scott.
The North Inch of Perth, June, 1431
Lady Fiona Ormiston is forming an alliance with the last man she would pick! A barbaric Highlander despite getting protection. Yet by request of the King she must marry Sir Adham MacFinlagh. A total stranger and unlike anyone she has met before. Though he is to be her husband and hopefully he will shave and bath more often and be more clean and sanitary.
She is shocked when she finds out her new husband is a tender and a wonderful and caring bed partner.
Then she gets some shocking horrible news! Her new husband's family could be traitors and enemies of the King. Things are now exactly how they seem ,but can Sir Adham trust his new wife? The Knight must make a decision allegiance with blood ties that is enemies of the King? Perhaps stand with bride that took his heart so quickly, but he seems to trust her overnight? He will have to pick a side. Which side will it be? His loving wife or blood relatives? Fiona is also an advisor of the King. It is like standing or sitting in between a rock and a hard place.
I love how Ms. Scott puts true factual
history with fictional historical romance in her novels. It makes the read so much more interesting and fun to read! I highly recommend this brilliant book! I read in a day - as I was sitting at the edge of my seat wondering what could possibly happen next!
This fast phenomenal,quick paced page turner, filled with royal intrigue, plus riveting adventure,mystery, suspense, betrayal, forgiveness, passion and love!
This book is filled with all the elements Scottish romance readers will absolutely love! It is a book you definitely don’t want to miss. I have been reading Amanda Scott books for years and I absolutely love each and every one! I highly recommend “The Reluctant Highlander” by Amanda Scott
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