Katherine's clansmen, however, will not accept a woman as their laird, and all are determined to marry her off to one of their own. Intent on fulfilling her promise to her father, Katherine desperately searches for a bodyguard and ultimately finds Alex. Afflicted with amnesia since being shipwrecked, Alex finds Katherine interesting and happily agrees to protect her.
What Alex doesn't know is that he is the duke of Blackthorne, and that the shipwreck was an attempt on his life. Katherine discovers this truth before Alex does, and she must decide whether to tell him or not, knowing that this truth kill their blossoming love.
Great book. Really loved the characters and love the way it moves into next book. Can't wait to continue the series with the CaptivePublished 4 days ago by Jacob Campbell
I enjoyed this book. I have only recently discovered Joan Johnston books and I like her style.Published 1 month ago by Jacqueline Heinz
Joan Johnston write great books. Keeps you entertained throughout the entire book. I also enjoy the series and the story line that continues throughout.Published 8 months ago by Betsy Denney
Joan Johnson thinks outside the box. You never know what to expect. She shows how different countries interact to situations. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Joyce
I had trouble rating this one. The first half of the book, had I stopped there (and I was tempted), would have been 2 stars. Read morePublished on July 23, 2011 by Regan
The idea of the story is unique and enjoyable. But the writing (dialog especially) felt rushed and not complete enough.Published on April 28, 2004