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Highland Bride Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 2011
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At nearly twenty-one, Gillyanne Murray is considered past the marrying age. Despite travelling to the king's court a few times, she is yet to attract the eye of any man. And as much as she longs to feel the happiness and excitement that she sees in her married female cousins, she has resigned herself to the fact that men just simply find her unattractive, with her faintly mismatched eyes, short stature and lack of curves.
From the age of fifteen, Connor MacEnroy has been the laird of Deilcladach after the deaths of his parents caused by a longstanding feud with other clans. Having lost everything after that tragedy twelve years before, he has rebuilt Deilcladach, raised his siblings and managed the survival of his people. When he, and the two other neighboring lairds hear that an unmarried woman now owns Ald-dabhach, they seek the king's permission to fight for control over the keep.
And so when Gillyanne decides to visit Ald-dabhach, the small keep that a doting uncle has gifted her, little does she know that she would be fighting off three neighboring lairds who have gained the king's permission to marry her and control her keep. When she refuses their proposal, they then took turns attacking her keep, but although she manages to repel their individual attacks, Gilly knows that a combined one could result to bloodshed, therefore she has no other choice but to pick one from them. And based on her initial attraction to him, she chooses Connor.
And so the fun begins.Read more ›
Gilly is able to defeat the 3 knights who are on her doorstep to try and take her hostage to marry her, to get her lands as they boarder their own. It is a riot how she is able to repel all 3 of the armies.
I enjoyed the writers style of writing as well as the strong woman character who is going to make her marriage work in spite of everything that is happening.
I recommend getting all her series of the highland's
After reading this book, I looked through other Hannah books and had to buy H. Knight just because I knw it would show gilly as a younger version of herself and ws not dissapointed.
I love how this book isn't filled with a lot of complications, there are a few atempts on Gillys life but nothing drastic, an uncle who is a trader, but instead of focusing so much on all that most of it was focused on Gilly's and Conners relationship.
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I am currently in the process of reading the whole series. I thought I would just read the first one but it is really hard not to continue on. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Another gem in a great series! I would recommend this for anyone looking for a new series to dive into. It won't disappoint.Published 3 months ago by Folola
I enjoy reading historical romances because they are predictable...usually with a happy ending.Published 4 months ago by Patricia A Chess
I enjoy all of Hannah Howells stories. They hold my attention; no boredom here!
Love the Murray stories!
Luv the family dynamics in this series and the strong female characters. The men seem to learn life lessons as well from these women. A passionate romance. Worth the time to read.Published 9 months ago by Sherry L
Excellent book a must read and with each word that is read you really are hooked, what an excellent writer! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shandra Shaw