"Passionate and spellbinding!" —Mary Wine, acclaimed author of Highland Heat
She's nobody's prisoner. . .
Lady Isabelle Tynsdale's flight over the Scottish border would have been the perfect escape, if only she hadn't run straight into the arms of a gorgeous Highland laird. Whether his plan is ransom or seduction, her only hope is to outwit him, or she'll lose herself entirely. . .
And he's nobody's fool. . .
Laird David Campbell thought Lady Isabelle was going to be easy to handle and profitable too. He never imagined he'd have such a hard time keeping one enticing English countess out of trouble. And out of his heart. . .
Praise for The Highlander's Sword:
"Plenty of intrigue keeps the reader cheering all the way." — Publishers Weekly
"A radiant gem...If you love stories of Highlanders then you will most certainly love this." —Yankee Romance Reviews
Forester follows 2010 s The Highlander s Sword with another vivid portrait of romance in 14th-century Scotland. Five years after Lady Isabelle Tynsdale leaves her aged husband, she travels to the king s court seeking to have her marriage dissolved, narrowly avoiding a confrontation with her husband s soldiers. Isabelle is saved from a band of attackers by Sir David Campbell, a Highlander known as an enemy of the king. Their mutual attraction doesn t stop David from taking Isabelle prisoner when he learns her identity, as he figures her husband will pay a pretty penny to ransom her back. As Isabelle makes several humorously botched attempts to escape David s castle, the assertive English lady clashes frequently with the brusque Highlander. Despite the book s unusual length, the plot never falters, and fans of Highland romance will appreciate Forester s devotion to historical accuracy and effortless storytelling.
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Very nice love the historical points of view. Not much it the s@x department but it didn't take away from the story. If you ask me it's more of a challenge to write a non lust filled book than it is passionate.
This was my second of Ms. Forester's Highlander books and I have very much enjoyed the humor in both books. I have already purchased the third book and expect it will be just as much fun.