He needs her for his clan. He wants her for himself. Can he have both?
Toran Lathan never expected to become Laird, and he never expected to meet a woman like Aileanna Shaw. Her healing ability is just what his people need, but Toran cannot resist her beauty. Yet will loving him destroy her ability to heal?
Aileanna Shaw has a healing touch - and a special talent she must keep secret. Stolen from her home by a marauding army, she's kidnapped again by the Highland Laird she heals. Is she a prize of war or the prize of his heart?
While Toran battles the invading lowland army, he also battles his desire for Aileanna. And Aileanna must decide if she can trust her secrets to this fierce warrior who needs her talent but wants her love.
©2013 Linda Williams (P)2014 Tantor
"A captivating hero and heroine and a deft plot make this a must-[listen] historical romance." (New York Times best-selling author Rebecca York)
~~~"HOPEFUL ROMANTIC"~~~ ***Love All Romances.....Especially Detailed Historical Type*** ~~ "Reviews Should Never Contain Spoilers"~~
I actually liked the “talented healer” storyline of this book. The Heroine, Aileanna, is a strong woman who has the power to heal and is sought after by other clans because of her ability. The Hero, Toran, is a powerful Laird who not only notices Aileanna’s “talent” but her beauty. Although I found this story and the characters interesting it unfortunately is low on excitement and high on predictability. It had glimpses of adventure throughout the book but lacked an inspiring impact.
If you like simple highland romances without surprises (or many twists and turns) then you will probably enjoy this book.
Hot, real, interesting!
A big thumbs up on the narration, all the characters were so distinct! Very enjoyable to listen to.
Yes, it's written well, fluent and never boring
None, it's a book on its own
A sexy voice
It spellbound me
I loved it, it was spellbinding, fluently written never dull. At times the heroine seems Whitney, but then she turns around and is as strong as the rock of Gibraltar.
I'm honest, I listened to the book via audible. Com. I can't wait till she gets more audibles out.
90 percent of his book is very good, but the ending is very very disapointing.
The writer should never have ended this book this way. I know she want us to buy
other books, but I have to really think this one over. Oh by the way Willa Blair I own
over 300 books, so I think I can make these statements. I hope you don't do this
to every book you write. HC.
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