Taming the Highlander (The Scottish Relic Trilogy #2)

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This new historical romance from May McGoldrick pits one spirited lass against her biggest challenge yet: a Highland lord who has no desire to lose his heart.

Innes Munro has the ability to "read" a person’s past simply by touching them, but her gift comes with a heavy price: her freedom. Forced to stay at desolate Castle Girnigoe, Innes never expects to be drawn to the wounded warrior who haunts its dark passages and challenges her at every turn.

Conall Sinclair, the earl of Caithness, carries the scars of battles with the English and the lash marks of their dungeons, but the wounds that fester within give him even greater pain. Isolating himself from his clan and the rest of the world in a tower perched on the wild Scottish coast, Conall is reluctant to let the spirited Innes close to him, however neither can deny the growing passion that ignites with every look, every touch.

But can Conall ever love a woman who can read his darkest secrets and feel the pain he hides... and can love really tame all fears? As dangerous forces close in, Conall and Innes must take the ultimate leap of faith and forge a bond of trust that will save them both...or lose each other forever.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Taming the Highlander (The Scottish Relic Trilogy #2)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.44 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9781250106575
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  • Publisher:Published September 6th 2016 by Swerve

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Prologue


Tang Head, Scotland

August, 1544

Death one step in front of her. Death behind.

Innes Munro stood at the edge of the world, and a cold, watery grave lay ready to take her.

The gray fog swirled up the jagged cliffs. She’d run as far as she could, but another step meant certain death. Her lungs burned, and Innes stared down through moving breaks in the mist at the waves crashing against the rocks far below.

Trapped.

The brambles clinging to the edge of the precipice caught at her skirts as she turned to face her pursuers.

A dozen men, their mail shirts gleaming dully beneath filthy, dark-stained tunics, spread out like hunters at the end of the chase. They’d run their prey into the ever-tightening enclosure on the cliffs. All that remained was the kill.

They eyed her and awaited their master’s signal.

The commander sat astride his...

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Reviews

Marissa · 10-14-2018

I like it. Enugh said. I rairly like some book. I liked this one. I recommend this one!

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