"Deeply romantic, scintillating, and absolutely delicious."
– Sylvia Day, national bestselling author of The Stranger I Married
He wants a wife he can control…
Connor Lindsey is a Highland laird, but his clan’s loyalty is hard won and he takes nothing for granted. He’ll do whatever it takes to find a virtuous wife, even if he has to kidnap her…
She has a spirit that can’t be tamed…
Brina Chattan has always defied convention. She sees no reason to be docile now that she’s been captured by a powerful laird and taken to his storm-tossed castle in the Highlands, far from her home.
When a rival laird’s interference nearly tears them apart, Connor discovers that a woman with a wild streak suits him much better than he’d ever imagined…
Praise for To Conquer a Highlander
“Hot enough to warm even the coldest Scottish Nights…”
—Publishers Weekly starred review
“An exciting page turner…”
“I have read numerous Scottish-themed romances, but none compare to this amazing book.”
—The Royal Reviews
“An utterly fantastic book with characters that steal your heart…”
—The Long and Short of it
Wine (To Conquer a Highlander) deftly constructs another well-rounded Scottish historical. The older Chattan sisters are destined for arranged marriages, but high-spirited Brina was raised to be a bride of Christ. Then handsome laird Connor Lindsey kidnaps Brina to be his wife after her sister Deirdre is disgraced. Even as the aptly described hellcat begins to fall for her captor, she refuses to betray either her father s wishes or her own high standards: If I fail to honor his word, how could ye ever accept any promise I made to you? Gentle Connor, scarred by his difficult childhood, slowly introduces Brina to passion and love in a series of ardent encounters. Wine s fans will anticipate the final dramatic turn of events as much as the happy ending, where all loose ends are tied up and no hearts are left broken.
Enjoyed the storyline. A few twist here and there!
I paid $8 for this book thinking I was going to get a really good book according to the reviews. I just didn’t see it being worth that much. I’ve read better free books then this. I don’t mind spending the money if it’s a really good book. This one is just ok. I was disappointed.