One soul bound mate...one quest to find her.
Year 1211, Scottish Highlands.
As the Laird of Carron Castle, Coll MacKenzie has agreed to wed the daughter of his clan’s allied chief in order to strengthen their bonds, only when he returns home after months away, it’s to discover a woman ensconced within his household who could so easily shatter all his well devised plans. Fae-blooded Fiona is the only woman who’s ever challenged him in ways that spoke to his very heart, and even though she holds the other half of his soul, he must still turn her away. His clan’s future depends upon it.
Fiona has always been drawn to Coll’s strength and courage, has always held the secret of his fae blood close to her heart, but now she’s discovered they’re soul bound, she has no intention of allowing him to turn her away. It’s time to enforce the mated hunt, a chase all her fae kind long to begin.
Theirs is a battle of the very heart and soul, of desire flaring fierce and strong, and of a hunt across the beautiful wilds of Scotland during a time of war.
Each book in this series is standalone, and can be enjoyed out of sequence.
THE MATHESON BROTHERS SERIES
Highlander’s Desire, #1
Highlander’s Passion, #2
Highlander’s Seduction, #3
Highlander's Kiss, #4
Highlander's Heart, #5
Highlander's Sword, #6
Highlander's Bride, #7
Highlander's Caress, #8
Highlander's Touch, #9
Highlander's Shifter, #10
Highlander's Claim, #11
Highlander's Courage, #12
Men can be so stubborn! Honestly, there were times I wanted to smack Coll upside his head.....which is just a testimony to how well this story is written and how successfully it draws the reader in! It is another fast paced piece of the saga, and I cannot wait for the next installment.
This author has away of delivering some great storylines that flow easily and this is no exception. Coll and Fiona are a strong pair it was a delight to finally have them have their HEA once the mule opened his eyes to the truth. As always the characters are well developed and engaging making for a treat to read.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.