Reviewed by Zarabeth
It is abundantly clear that this book is written by a woman who loves the Highlands (and Highlanders ) of old. I loved every time she painted the picture of the landscape, the horizon, or the men in this book.
And her characters are just as well-written. Lady Marjory Mackintosh and Chief Alasdair MacDonald are your quintessential highland characters so I enjoyed them greatly. He is strong, bold, honor-bound, and incredibly stubborn. She is fiery, brave, superstitious, and also incredibly stubborn.
Their love alternates from dripping with passion to crumbling under the weight of their clan enmity. Of course the Mackintoshes and the MacDonalds have been at war longer than anyone can remember but Marjory and her friends have a plan to bring everyone together sealing the King's Peace Treaty with a marriage pact. I believe this is the 3rd and final book of that trilogy though it easily stands alone. So its up to Marjory to finish things or let everyone down.
It is obvious to all that Alasdair wants and desires the beautiful Marjory, but can she seduce him into marriage despite their clans' history? You'll have to read the book to find out!
Which I recommend you do!
Marjory's seduction of Alasdair has some magnificent points of sexual tension where you can almost feel the heat from his body. But a much more serious threat could also keep them apart, or perhaps seal their fates together.
Read Seduction of a Highland Warrior to find out if our ladies win out!