Scotland, 1745: The youngest son of the scandalous Mackenzie family, Malcolm is considered too wild to tame...until he meets a woman who is too unattainable to resist. Lady Mary Lennox is English, her father highly loyal to the king, and promised to another Englishman. But despite it being forbidden to speak to Malcolm, Lady Mary is fascinated by the Scotsman, and stolen moments together lead to a passion greater than she'd ever dreamed of finding. When fighting breaks out between the Highlanders and the king's army, their plans to elope are thwarted, and it will take all of Malcolm's daring as a Scottish warrior to survive the battle and steal a wife out from under the noses of the English.
©2015 Jennifer Ashley (P)2015 Tantor
Absolutely! Because J.A. has done it again. The characters live. You can actually see the characters in your mine's eye and feel all the emotions.
Malcom of course, his personality was larger than life. He felt deeply.
Yes, but couldn't.
This is a must listen. The Mackenzies in this book covers the family from the 1700s. The Mackenzies from the first book, "The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie," covers the 1800s. This book will take you on an emotional ride. The romance is on point, and I love the way the characters are developed before the love scenes take place. I can't wait for "A Mackenzie Clan Gathering" and the other books about Alec and Will Mackenzie. I hope Audible will have them.
There's a reason I love this series and why I pre-order each book as soon as it's available. The books are wonderful. This new addition is set a few generations earlier than the Mackenzies we've come to know and love. It introduces us to another band of brothers who are just as interesting as their relatives in the next century.
I love Mal and Mary. I love the Jacobite history. I love a book that makes me laugh and then makes me cry. Jennifer Ashley has another winner with THE STOLEN MACKENZIE BRIDE. I can't wait for the next one.
Thank you Jennifer for giving us another great story. The characters are fully developed and there are twist and turns that hold your interest. Angela Dawe narration is flawless.
Beautifully incorporating the Battle of Culloden.
Unique and enjoyable to listen to and unsure of where the story will eventually lead, even up to the end!
I love Epic Fantasy....have become a Historical Romance fan because I am a sucker for a good Happily Ever After. Good characters are a must
This is the story of the beginning of the Mackenzie clan as we know it. All new characters, but the Mackenzie brothers we meet in this book have some similarities to the four brothers we love. After a couple hours of not thinking it was gonna be good....it got great. I was on the edge of my seat at times, I was laughing, crying, and it was sexy.
An excellent beginning or ending (depending!on when you read it) of the Mackinzie Clan series. I read it at the end and the ending was a wonderful surprise.
I enjoyed this book, it wasn't as good as the books in the series but I did like it and it's good to know that she can follow up with more of the Mackenzie Clan, I am looking forward to reading more of the other books in the series to come.
Reminded me of a not as detailed Outlander. Fun and enjoyable. Great hero and heroine. Ending was a bit expected, but still well done.
I didn't expect this story to be so wonderful. Silly me! This is a must.
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