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A thrilling rescue...

Highland warrior Artair Sinclare would do anything to find his missing brother. But the only woman who can help him is about to be burned at the stake! Zia, a talented healer, has been branded a witch by vicious local villagers. Swooping in to save her at the very last moment, Artair swears to protect her...even if the only way to keep her safe is to pretend to be her beloved husband.

A tempting alliance...

Marry this savage stranger? Never! Yet the beautiful and determined Zia soon realizes that she needs Artair's help to proceed with her life's work. She submits to their risky charade, growing closer to Artair all the while. Hunted by treacherous enemies, they escape to a wild, wooded place deep in the Scottish Highlands, where unexpected desires ignite...and Zia finds herself utterly, wholly under the Highlander's spell.

©2007 Donna Fletcher (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 10-08-21

Nice story

I enjoyed the story but I really didn’t like the heroine. I get the idea behind the character but she comes across as more annoying and frustrating than necessary.

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Great Series!!!!

LOVE LOVE LOVE these brothers and their world.... their action, mystery, and love. Narrator is super as well. Read all in the series!!

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absolutely entertaining

the Sinclair bother books are amazing stories well written. as I would listen I could picture everything in my mind marvelous books

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  • 01-31-21

Will be returning this title.

The lusty and self-righteous heroine is tediously philosophising on importance of love as a foundation of a happy marriage whilst staid but equally lusty hero naturally has the opposing view. There is so much "she said, he said" in the first 2.5 hours of this book, that my patience is at an end. Good narration is wasted on a poorly put together plot.

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  • 08-31-20

What a waste of a credit

If you are going to write a novel based in a particular time period/place you really need to do some research as it is just SO jarring when things are ‘out of place’ e.g. the main character wearing a yellow blouse and bright blue skirt; or drinking ‘mugs of tea’. It feels like the author has simply taken a ‘wild west’ type story, even including a hidden ‘hole in the wall’ type safe place, and just decided to transplant it to Scotland. All of the above could be forgiven if the plot and characters were good but they were wooden and unbelievable and the whole storyline quite juvenile. Anthony Ferguson does his usual good job. I really would not recommend this book.