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Ravished By A Highlander: Number 1 in series (Children of the Mist) Mass Market Paperback – 3 Jun 2010
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The first instalment in Quinn's Children of the Mist series deftly combines historical fact and powerful romance. Quinn's seamless prose and passionate storytelling will leave readers hungry for more (PUBLISHERS WEEKLY)
The first book in Paula Quinn's brand new and sinfully sexy Scottish medieval romance series.See all Product description
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Lady Davina Montgomery has been locked away from society all her life. Her true identity is the Crown's most closely guarded secret. She resides on the southern Scottish border, within Saint Christopher's Abbey. Captain Edward Asher of the King's Royal Army and his men have guarded Davina for several years now. But somehow, someone has learned of Davina's existence and wants her dead.
Robert "Rob" MacGregor is the first born son of the powerful Scottish laird, Callum. His small group reaches the abbey to find it under attack. He vows to Captain Asher that he will rescue Davina and take her to safety. Soon Rob realizes he cannot stand the thought of being parted from the lady. With Davina's enemies on their trail, Rob must choose between all he holds dear and the brave young woman he cannot resist.
***** FIVE STARS! Author Paula Quinn keeps events as close to true history as possible. Set during one of England's more bloody eras, I found myself amazed at how smoothly these characters seemed to fit right in. The writing style is so vivid, I could almost see the scenery and hear the battles within the halls of Camlochlin Castle. This author is one to watch! *****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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