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Product Details

  • Series: Mills & Boon Historical
  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon (December 2, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0263888207
  • ISBN-13: 978-0263888201
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.7 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,853,497 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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#1 Bestseller in Historical Romance and Scottish Historical Romance
Top 100 Kindle Bestseller List, U.S. and Germany
RWA RITA Finalist, 2010, for Best Historical Romance
National Reader's Choice Award Finalist, 2015, for Best Historical Romance

Michelle Willingham has published over thirty romance novels, novellas, and short stories. Currently, she lives in southeastern Virginia with her husband and children and is working on more historical romance books in a variety of settings such as: Viking era Ireland, medieval Scotland, Victorian England, Regency England, and medieval Ireland. When she's not writing, Michelle enjoys baking cookies, playing the piano, and avoiding exercise at all costs. Visit her website at: michellewillingham.com.

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By C. Delvecchio on June 7, 2011
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I skipped over this book several times in my recommendations before buying it because the title sounded like so many of the novels I had read lately with a whiny heroine, a stubborn hero, mulitple misunderstandings, silly fights and some fun love scenes. I am so glad I bought this!
This is such a sweet, wonderful story of 2 people trying to rediscover each other after a long seperation. The hero is tortured by his past imprisonment but not in an overly-dramatic, "bodice-ripper" way but instead in a realistic and painful way. You feel for him almost immediately and want him to find happiness and deal with his past. The herione is anything but a spoiled Laird's daughter. She is gentle, tough, loving, understanding, patient, and likeable. The two grow with each other very gradually as they explore their relationship. They are adults but experience each other very touchingly like scared adolescents at first until they become more confident.
Misunderstanding are quickly cleared up, hurt feelings are not left to fester, characters are generally honest with each other, and action is not gratuitous. I was definitely cheering for this couple!

Note: There were a couple of mistakes that were a bit distracting (like an incorrect name)but this did not diminish my opinion of the book.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kindlefan on June 17, 2011
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If I was to have one issue with this book it would be all the cliffhangers with the secondary characters but then again if my biggest issue with the book is wondering what happened to the secondary folks I think that's a positive to the author that she makes everyone in her story that important...I turned my kindle off yelling BUT WHAT HAPPENED TO His brother, his other brother and wife, his baby brother, the french chick grr so many wonderful characters!!! (maybe we have another book coming to us??)

For the main couple WOW! I love the stories where the main folks are more of a team instead of forced marriage/kidnapping/etc. What an amazing job giving us a story of two people who cared for each other sepperated and then to fall back in love and overcome the hell this poor man went though. The herione was such a strong loving person and I just wanted to give her husband a hug.

Wonderful story.

Michelle Willingham is a true talent!
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Patricia on May 12, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
As the wife of a service member, I had many friends whose husbands were POWs during the Viet Nam War. Many waited for the hope their husband was alive; others did not. The heroine must reacquaint herself with her husband after years of captivity and we follow them through this period of their lives. It is an emotional read with of course a happy ending. You will not be able to put the book down from beginning to end!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Alyce In Wonderland on September 19, 2011
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I've never been able to enjoy books in which the characters either create drama for themselves where it is unnecessary, or the characters are selfish. This book included both senerios. The heroine was like a child, despite that she was a widow who had been married for 4 years. Her former husband never hurt her in any way and treated her well, but she's afraid of sex... Huh? The sister-in-law disappears everyday with her 4 year old and her toddler daughters. They are "going for a walk". But they are gone all day, every day, and no one wonders what is going on? When it's finally revealed, it turns out she is putting her daughters in danger, leaving them in an unsafe place alone. Her reason is totally selfish and nonsensical. The next book in this series is her story. I have no desire to read about her.

Two stars for the hero character. His struggle after years of imprisonment is heroic.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Gerber on March 1, 2013
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This is a touching story of love lost and found. Bram spent seven long years in an English prison. His wife thought that be was dead and remarried. Now that he has returned everything is different. Can they rebuild their lives and found the love that since existed between them or is it too late?
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on September 19, 2011
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When I choose this book I looked at the reviews and saw all *5* stars, yet that is so misleading
First *spoilers*, second I enjoy the Highland theme during the time of Wallace, the Bruce. We start with Bram a Highlander, who after 7 yrs as a captive to an English lord as finally made his escape. Nairna a twice widowed Highland lass at her fathers keep, where her father pays the local English lord bribes to keep his clan safe. Doesn't believe they should pay the bribes, but as her father says coins are not worth more than a man's life. As two English knights show up with a wounded Highlander demanding payment or they will kill him in front of everyone, her father pays for him. Only to find out that it is Nairna's first husband, Bram whom everyone thought dead, given the fact that after 3 years Nairna married a second time (he died two-you don't hear much other than he died, and was a bad lover). So back to Bram and Nairna, Bram demands they return to his home which they do, really got boring after awhile. I mean I get it PSTD, after 7 yrs of torture its going to be a real bad time but it just ran on and on about nothing never spoke of what happened just some scares and his fear of a dager (dirk). As they arrive at his home Bram has trouble with his family his mother blames him for his fathers death, as Bram was only 16 and his father died saving Brams life. After a few chapters we find out that unknown to either family they never consummated their marriage. In addition, Bram is a virgin, and with Nairna in a loveless marriage, neither knows much about how to please each other. Bram with his brother go to save another brother who is still in captivity.
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