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4.0 out of 5 stars Highlander, 5 April 2011
Mrs. Leanne A. Lingwood (Leeds, England) - See all my reviews
Very interesting start to this book with covering the history of "family heirloom" and really setting the theme of the book and the series.

Liam comes across like a bull in a china shop when he reaches London and you can definitely can tell that he has been the in army from some of the things he does. When he meets Ellen a softer side comes out of him and get to see the real him. Ellen has had to go through a lot in her life and it affects her living her life. With Liam she starts to have some fun and feel special but she has to think about her future and soon gets on the wrong side of Liam. Liam feels the betrayal deeply and can not let Ellen get away with it and soon follows her to right the wrong she has done to him.

It gets very passionate between the pair and even after the betrayal Liam stills feels for Ellen but he is hurt too much and Ellen can't get her heart go when she has important things to look after.

Interesting love story and a start of another good series.
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