Donna Fetcher’s The Highlander’s Forbidden Bride is the thrilling conclusion of this exceptional storyteller’s series featuring the rugged, proud, and sexy Scotsmen, the Sinclare brothers. Evocatively set in the Highlands of Scotland, this powerful and stirring tale of vengeance turned to lust and hatred undone by passion is yet another breathtaking example of what bestseller Patricia Potter calls Fletcher’s “pure magic.” If you like the manly heroes and strong, sensual heroines of New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter, you’ll love Donna Fletcher—and especially The Highlander’s Forbidden Bride!
After being freed from the hellish barbarians who held him captive, Ronan Sinclare knows he must return to his clan to claim his powerful heritage. But first he must destroy the woman who ruined everything. Even as he seizes Carissa and makes her his prisoner, Ronan is tormented by memories of the woman he loved and lost: the gentle Hope, whose death by Carissa's hand he has sworn to avenge.
Carissa knows nothing but survival. Raised by a brutal man, she shows only coldness to the world . . . but inside burns the heart of a woman longing for passion. Forced to hide her true self from the proud, fierce warrior even as she dreamed of someday being his bride, Carissa would do anything to keep her darkest secret. But she cannot hide the truth—or her desires—from her captor forever . . .
Great ending to a wonderful series.
Donna Fletcher did not disappoint...... Until this is really the final book to the series. The Sinclair Family continues to grow, and the book should continue to be written.
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This book was nothing like the previous books in the series. After the first couple chapters it was all mush, and grown men crying over puppies that died ten years ago, I love you was the most used phrase thrown around and literally every single male in this book was so quick to express their feelings and emotions etc. No historical accuracy. Read very modern and very English. The only thing Highlander was the random, rarely there kilt mentions. The main H spent years hating the h and gets over it in weeks?! Don’t bother