She was the most beautiful woman Duke Hannish MacGreagor had ever seen. He loved her, he married her, and then he left Scotland and bought an American silver mine. Fortune smiled down on him when he sold the mine and became one of the richest men in Colorado. Certain she would be happy wherever he was, the duke built a mansion, and sent for his wife. Yet, nothing could have prepared him for the disaster that was headed his way.
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Lovely, sweet story, but maybe a few too many characters of which to keep track. However, the central characters were interesting, and you made me feel as if I was right there in the story as an observer. The book does need proofing & corrections. In addition to other corrections, which need to be made, two items of note are:
1. A couple of places the word 'relived' should have been 'relieved'.
2. The book to which you referred is 'Wuthering Heights', not 'Weathering Heights'.
I would have given the book 5 stars if not for these errors. However, I will read this entire series. Thank you for introducing me to the McGreagor clan.
Welcome to boredom!
Worst book ever! If zero stars were allowed, that what it would have gotten. I wouldn't read this book ever again- even it was the last book in the world. Waste of time! And seriously, marrying a MAID??!!! That plot is soo old. Plus, WHO is your publisher? Let me introduce you to spellcheck, and commas, and periods!! Not to mention this book dragged, and dragged. I was bored to death! I made excuses of chores, just so I DIDNT have to read this book. Sorry, but I will never read anything by this author again.
Very well written
This book, first in a series was absolutely amazing. All the characters were well portrayed and their descriptions took the reader right to that era. Yes, the author leaves the reader wanting more. Wonderful read!