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Passion and Plunder

Highland Heather Romancing a Scot Series, Book 5
Narrated by: David Monteath
Length: 7 hrs and 39 mins
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Would you sacrifice everything for the person you love, knowing you can never be together?

A desperate Scottish lady

Lydia Farnsworth - the sole surviving heir to the Laird of Tornbury Fortress - has lost nearly everyone she loves. Now her father lies on his deathbed. And as if this isn't dire enough, he's invited men from the surrounding area to a warrior’s contest - the winner to claim Lydia as his bride. 

A Scotsman dueling with his past

Alasdair McTavish, son of Craiglocky Keep's war chief, is a seasoned warrior in his own right. So when he's sent to Tornbury to train the Farnsworth soldiers, he's more than equal to the task.

A danger unseen

When a dangerous adversary makes a move against Lydia, a dastardly scheme comes to light, and Alasdair realizes only he can protect Lydia.

Don't miss the fifth installment in this sweeping Highland romance series. Get your copy of Passion and Plunder today!

©2017 Collette Cameron (P)2018 Collette Cameron

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Fantastic!

Lydia Farnsworth’s family had all died and her father Laird Thornbury was on his death bed. He had invited men from all around to compete in a contest and the winner would marry Lydia. Alasdair McTavish was the son of Craiglocky Keep’s war chief and a married man. His wife had left him eight years ago. Rumor had it that she was a whore in a whorehouse. Alasdair went to Tornsbury to be their war chief. Then things got into twists and turns that will make you bite your nails. A fantastic, exciting story of love you don’t want to miss. David did a wonderful job narrating it. He was perfect for this emotional story.

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Love Redeemable

Lydia has had one loss after another. Her father is at the end of his journey and expected to make Lydia the new Laird. Her Uncle is furious and decides to make things difficult. In order for her to marry before her father's death Gordon and her father set up a competition (think Brave) and whoever wins the events will win Lydia's hand. She asks Alistair to join knowing he can't marry her. Well, Lydia and Alistair are attracted to each at the get go! He agrees to become the war chief of the clan to get Farnsworth men back in shape and realizes Lydia is actually in danger. After one failed attempt at Lydia's life they both figure who was responsible. Now the problem her da wants her to marry Alistair. He doesn't know the whole story why Alistair can't marry and when the truth comes out the two must hand on to each other to see the Clan safe and well protected.

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Breaking the rules

Two people hiding their feelings, one with a secret. When they admit their love to one another, his secret of being married to an estranged wife will be a problem. She expects to become the laird upon her father's death. Though obstacles are in the way, their love will be their strength to right the wrongs. I received a complimentary audio and this review is voluntary.

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An entertaining story

Two people, Lydia and Alasdair, who have had previous loves but are attracted to each other. Due to family interference, they have to spend time in each other's company. Lydia wants to be able to act as she wants, without the restrictions placed upon her as a woman. Alasdair has his own reasons for resisting his attraction to Lydia. There is a villain to add to the mix. This story starts off quite slowly but really builds to an absorbing climax. There are some very amusing turns of phrase that had me chuckling but also some heart rending moments. The narrator gave a very good reading, bringing the scenes to life with different voices.