The time has come for a curse that has plagued three clans for 20 years to meet its fate at the hands of three women who hold the key to its destruction.
Bliss, a healer and with no noble birth, strikes a bargain with Lord Lochlann to wed his son Rannick, the worst cursed lord out of the three, and produce the heir he desperately craves so that the Clan MacClaren will live on despite the fact there are those who wish to see its demise. She cannot fail, for it will mean her sister Annis, will be forced to wed Lord Brogan, the condemned lord and she worries her sister, Elysia will be offered to the silent lord. She refuses to see her sisters suffer such terrible fate.
The bargain is not an easy one to fulfill. Rannick refuses to wed, having lost three wives to the curse. He swears that if his father weds him once again without his permission, he will see the woman dead before the curse can take her.
If that is not enough of an obstacle for Bliss, there is the gossip that spreads about Lord Rannick. His endless quest to find a way to break the curse has descended him into madness. Has made him a cohort of the devil. Has robbed him of his soul.
With the curse stalking her every step of the way, a husband who would welcome death to see the cursed finally ended, and a mystery group intent on seeing it all end with the death of the three cursed lords and their wives… how will she ever survive and help her sisters?
The exciting conclusion of Highland Intrigue Trilogy!
Author note: This trilogy and prequel are best read in order; Highland Intrigue A Prequel, The Silent Highlander, The Condemned Highlander, and Highlander The Cursed Lord.
Highlander The Cursed Lord!
What great ending to
Rannick and Bliss have a rocky start as Lord Rannick is determined to never marry and have kids due to a curse. As the last book in Highland Intrigue series Highlander he Cursed Lord we find out that there’s a mystery unfolding. The story kept me on the edge of my seat and the book was hard to out down. The author does a great job in keeping the reader engaged. It is best to read the two previous books in the series.
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The Final Story
Having read the previous two books in the series, I was anxiously awaiting the final story of the three sisters and the three cursed lords and I was not disappointed. I also thought I knew who was the villain and who was the MacWilliam daughter, but boy was I wrong but pleasantly so. I loved this one as much as the other two. I strongly recommend the trilogy to all. You will not be disappointed and you will not be able to put any of the books down. Great writing and great stories, by an awesome writer.