Lady Andrena MacFarlan has been different since the day she was born. Possessing the power to sense others' most intimate desires, she knows her duty is to marry the man who will take the MacFarlan name as his own and help her father regain the chiefdom of their clan. Read more...
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Lady Andrena MacFarlan has been different since the day she was born. Possessing the power to sense others' most intimate desires, she knows her duty is to marry the man who will take the MacFarlan name as his own and help her father regain the chiefdom of their clan. But her unique gifts don't prepare her for the day when a mighty warrior suddenly enters her life. The attraction between them is undeniable -- and insatiable.
Hunted by brutal enemies, the wounded Magnus Galbraith washes up on MacFarlan land where he is rescued by a laird's lovely daughter. Andrena is like no one Magnus has ever known. She has the uncanny ability to both calm and enflame him in ways he never dreamed possible. But she has other unknown-and dangerous-powers. Now, as Magnus seeks to avenge a brother and protect a king, the young beauty could prove his greatest ally-or his ultimate undoing . . .
- ISBN-13: 9781455514359
- ISBN-10: 1455514357
- Publisher: Forever
- Publish Date: December 2012
- Page Count: 386
- Dimensions: 6.6 x 4.1 x 1.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
Series: Lairds of the Loch #2
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2012-10-08
- Reviewer: Staff
Fans of Scottish lore and love will enjoy this series launch from bestseller Scott (Highland Lover). In 1425, Magnus Gilbraith has just escaped from the prisons of evil Parlan Pharlain, who has illegally taken control of the MacFarlan clan. Taking refuge on Tùr Meiloach, the land of the MacFarlan clan, Magnus encounters Lady Andrena “Dree” MacFarlan and is instantly taken with her. Dree has the special ability to sense what others are feeling and thinking, but she cannot breech the emotions of taciturn and stoic Magnus. He agrees to marry Dree and take the MacFarlan name in return for Dree’s father’s support in thwarting a plan to kill King James. Scott has a deft hand with dialect, and while the plot is a bit slow—the action doesn’t happen until the end, and Andrena and Magnus’s romance has hardly a hiccup—it sets up the rest of the series nicely. (Dec.)