LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD
Lachlan Sinclair cannot escape his accursed heritage in his Highlands homeland. Somewhat resigned to the fate that destroyed his ancestors, he is prepared to live his life without an heir, without a wife without love.Read more...
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LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD
Lachlan Sinclair cannot escape his accursed heritage in his Highlands homeland. Somewhat resigned to the fate that destroyed his ancestors, he is prepared to live his life without an heir, without a wife without love. But when he meets the woman of his dreams in the flesh, the bewitching lass makes him want to throw away his cursed, restrained existence and unleash the highlander within
Lana Dounreay has only seen the Duke of Caithness in her dreams as a wild, rugged man, while in reality, his life has been cramped by curses and cravats. He may have forgone his kilt and lost his brogue, but Lana knows that the heart of a true Scotsman beats within his broad, muscular chest. But what plans does the mysterious, passionate Lachlan have in mind for her and can she convince him that love is stronger than all else?
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- ISBN-13: 9781250069719
- ISBN-10: 1250069718
- Publisher: St. Martin's Press
- Publish Date: May 2016
- Page Count: 384
- Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
Series: Untamed Highlanders #2
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-03-21
- Reviewer: Staff
A young woman meets the literal man of her dreams in York’s latest Untamed Highlander novel (after Susana and the Scot). In early 19th-century Scotland, Lachlan Sinclair, Duke of Caithness, returns to Scotland from London, determined to restore Caithness Castle with profits from his timber holdings. Lachlan is convinced he must accomplish renovations soon, as a curse and a ghostly vision have convinced him that he will die before his rapidly approaching 30th birthday. Lachlan travels to the home of one of his barons, Alexander Lochlannach, Laird of Dunnet, to convince the baron to clear his lands posthaste. Lachlan meets Lana Dounreay, sister of Lady Dunnet, and both Lachlan and Lana are shocked to realize that they have seen each other in dreams. After secret meetings and moonlight rendezvous, Lana convinces Lachlan to abandon his London cravats for traditional Scottish kilts, as he reconsiders his plans for cutting down the ancient trees. The allure of their mutual attraction is otherworldly and electric. Memorable romance and engaging characters are the highlights of this novel, and the touch of mysticism never overwhelms the core story. (June)