You see, Ewan, is drawn to Shona, who is impersonating her aunt. She writes medieval romance about family honour, ancestry and roots. Kilty Secrets: Clash of the Tartans Book 1 by Anna Markland Available October 10, 2017 Highlander adventure. The bravery of the 2 seemingly mismatched defenders shines through, and is amply rewarded. Great characters, fun story, I would definitely recommend this book! Now her uncle who is now the Laird says she must marry.
A country-bred girl, Kate Bancroft always intended to marry for love, like her parents. You see, Ewan, is drawn to Shona, who is impersonating her aunt. He is to marry the daughter of their clan's mortal enemies, a woman he has never set eyes on. When introduced, both had friends for support, and a back up plan to avoid the event. This is a straight forward Highland Romance ,with a little kidnapping and deception thrown in. .
The only two who will, are Fynn Macintyre, who is minus one hand, and David, a stammering young man. The story of their unorthodox romance is comical and amusing reading. A mangy dog and child do their best to help them. There is so much more things happening that it needs to be read. Markland has given readers a well-written story filled with lovable characters.
Shona and Ewan mature during this story and come to appreciate why their fathers overcame clan hatred for the betterment of each clan. We have actual lovemaking within marriage and once prior with foreplay. Understandably upset, Ewan questions why he and not his oldest brother was the sacrificial lamb! Kilty secrets abound in this romantic comedy! This is a marvellous highland romance full of laughs and adventu Ewan Mackinloch is the second son of the Laird, and not happy about being used to seal a truce. They murdered my father before our betrothal was settled. So Ewan and Shona concoct a plan that might work or not. For her part, Shona is no less upset than Ewan. Fynn and David are no exception.
At the beginning of the story, they seemed to be an incompetent band of misfits. Who wants to marry the enemy, anyway? Confusion reigns when alchemy draws them to each other and they risk aiding the cause of factions ambitious to usurp the hereditary MacCarron chieftaincy. Defiant Passion~he kidnapped her , but she captivated him. Ewan trades places with a one-armed clansman in the hopes Shona MacCarron will refuse to go through with the wedding, but unbeknownst to him, Shona, too, has traded places with an aunt known as Lady Lazy-Eye so she can avoid the marraige arranged after the recent death of her father. Lots of fascinating historical facts mixed in with a beautiful. Kilty Secrets is a real page turner. Book Three in the hilarious and romantic Clash of the Tartans series! She keeps me laughing through about half of the book with the silliness of the whole situation.
I always enjoy a book in which the hero and heroine are so lovable, great supporting characters and it makes me laugh. But, even the best laid plans, as it's often said, go awry. Who stands to gain from the mix-up? As the chief's second son, Ewan MacKinloch resents being offered up as the sacrificial lamb in a marriage arranged to end a 300-year feud with the MacCarrons. One of the things she enjoys most about writing historical romance Anna Markland is a Canadian author with a keen interest in genealogy. My heroes and heroines may initially deny the attraction between them, but eventually the alchemy wins out. Ewan and Shona are very strong willed-I couldn't decide which was the most stubborn! This book links to previous stories about the Montbryce and FitzRam families, but you could easily read it as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
Yet he must come to terms with the irrevocable physical losses he has. Vikings evoke images of strong men who allow nothing to stand in their way. Kilty Secrets is a fabulous read by Anna Markland. Ewan and Shona are so evenly matched and really perfect for each other. Shona doesn't want to marry any Mackinloch. Two people, Ewan from the clan Mackinlock and Shona from the rival clan MacCarron.
I truly enjoyed being in her story world. She comes up with a plan to make her betrothed reject her. Charlotte Tremayne is an independent eighteenth century woman, a clandestine novelist, creator of a famous picaresque hero. Kilty Secrets is book 1 of the Clash of the Tartans Series but can be read as a standalone. Ewan and Shona come up with a plan. Ewan Mackinloch and Shona MacCarron are setup for an arranged marriage that neither wants.
Unexpected Love Two rival clans. You see their maturity and calmness under duress grow exponentially. He must also take responsibility for raising his 11-year-old sister. A warrior who has always believed he is the son of a Saxon martyr of the Battle of Hastings, Caedmon's discovery of his bastardy threatens to destroy. These two people are to have a hand fasting ceremony.
Collector's Edition of three sensuous medieval romances. She comes up with a plan to make her betrothed reject her. Ewan trades places with a one-armed clansman in the hopes Shona MacCarron will refuse to go through. His sorties into the border counties of England from his stronghold in the Welsh. Forced to flee to the Americas, he follows in the footsteps of his pirate ancestor, the notorious. The plot was loosely based on some well researched historical references.