"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.