She's blind, yet he's the one who cannot see.
Snow might be blind, but it doesn't stop her from seeing the powerful and fierce Lord of Fire's true nature. He's pigheaded, domineering, demanding, and completely frustrating. The few encounters she's had with him when he's visited the Clan Macardle did not go well, especially when he threatened her pup, Thaw. She intends to avoid the fiery Lord of Fire as much as possible. Unfortunately, there's not much she can do when an unexpected snowstorm throws them together along with an unwanted stay at his keep.
Tarass, the Lord of Fire, has never met such a willful, disobedient, unpredictable woman as Snow, and her protective, snarling little pup doesn't help matters. She infuriates him at every turn and when he's forced to save her from freezing to death in a raging snowstorm, he makes it known to her that under no circumstance will he allow the compromising situation to force him to wed a blind woman.
There is more brewing then the love they both try to avoid. Tarass is on a mission. He intends to seek revenge against the person responsible for his parents' brutal deaths, while also faced with two murders that must be solved, a myth that has woken and frightened his clan and must be put to rest, and a man who is intent on taking Snow away from him.
In the end, the truth that is discovered is far different than what Tarass could have ever imagined and the only thing that matters to him is Snow. There isn't anything he won't do to save her.
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Highlander Lord of Fire
Highlander Lord of Fire was a edge of your seat read. I couldn’t put the book down. Tarass and Snow were well developed characters that had laugh out loud moments and moments I was crying. I loved Snow character as she was very strong and didn’t take any crap from Tarass. I’m looking forward to her next series!
Pretty boring compared to her other books.