The vivid scar that spans Sir Iain MacLagan's cheek is a daily reminder of the wife he lost - and of the enemy that still stalks him. Commanded by Scotland's king to remarry in order to unite two powerful border clans, lain reluctantly weds Islaen MacRoth, a woman whose delicate appearance belies a playful, seductive nature that proves dangerously attractive to a man who has vowed never to jeopardize his heart, or his loved ones, again...
Raised with eleven boisterous brothers, Islaen has little time for foolish romantic notions. Even so, she hoped for more than a forced marriage to a man who shares her bed, but not her life. Step by step, Islaen sets out to wear down Iain's defenses.
©1988 Hannah Howell (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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"Not Hannah's Best......3-1/2 Stars."
This book is one of Hannah Howell's early books and it shows in the writing. It does have some sensual or sexual tension between the main characters but it doesn't seem as strongly developed as in her later books.
I enjoy books that have characters with flaws and Islaen and Iain definitely have issues, one of which takes manipulation to resolve. Islean has low self-esteem with very little "backbone" and Iain suffers with deep fear which manifests into him looking like a jerk most of the time. Together they learn, become closer, and develop a strong bond.
No, this book is not the most spectacular story but it is not a total disaster either. I still found this book to be likable in many areas so I would still give this book 3-1/2 stars. Its an even better listen if you wait and get it on sale!!
"Narrator not so good"
A good story but the narration was bad and made the story boring . I will avoid this narrator from now on
"Book was awesome, but"
The book was awesome but the narrator was terrible. Go back to Angela Dawes please
"Enjoyed the book but this is book no# 2"
According to Hanna Howell's website this is book two in the series. Even with that being said I enjoyed it. Not my favorite HH book, but that is only because of the narrator. Ashford MacNab is not bad just not in the top five.
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