Tuesday, September 12, 2017

#Review: HIGHLAND FLAME by Mary Wine

  4 of 5 stars
Diocail Gordon is now Laird of clan Gordon, but he's inherited a rundown castle in desperate need of repairs. His miserly uncle starved his people and Diocail is determined to set everything right. On his tour of his tenants he finds Lady Jane Stanley, stranded, barefoot and only clad in her shift. His honor does not allow him to leave her on her own. Thus begins the back and forth of their arguing and Jane's determination to return to her father's home now that she's recently widowed. However, Diocail has other ideas and he wants to keep Jane for himself.

This book kept my interest very well and I read it in one sitting. I loved Diocail's code of honor, but Jane feels like he's just trying to control her. Jane is a feisty lass who's always done what was expected of her and she's tired of being controlled by men. Ms. Wine is a talented author and she gives us great insight into what both characters are feeling. I thoroughly enjoyed this story.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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