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Mason just keep doign it
on 7 July 2007
Okay, I admit it; I'm a sucker for a good cover and Mason always gets the best ones!
However, what has kept reading coming back to her for over 4 dozens books is she delivers novels worth reading. I always feel like I got the `price of the ticket'.
In this book, Mason once again heads to the Highlands. The MacKays and MacKenna's have a long-standing feud, so when the Laird of the MacKays loses another son, he's determined to see the deaths stop. To this end, he offers his daughter in married to handsome Ross MacKenna. Ross, too, feels it's time for the killing to stop, so he agrees to marry Gillian.
Only, Gillian isn't too thrilled to be shoved into a political marriage. It's an uneasy truce, this battleground called marriage. Ross desires Gillian, but doesn't trust her. Gillian is resistant but soon begins to fall in love with him. Just as they are finding a middle ground in their lives, there are a series of attacks against the MacKays. Ross blames Gillian and banishes her, sending her into sphere of the real enemy.
Mason proves she is still the Queen of Romance, no matter the period. Her fans will adore this one, another keeper for the Mason shelf!