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Product Details

  • Series: The Warrior King
  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (October 30, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062034871
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062034878
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #368,794 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Back Cover

It has been prophesied that four men, raised as brothers, will bring Scotland back to her rightful glory. Now the final brother is ready to take his place in history . . .

"Trey MacAlpin is my husband.” When Bliss first speaks these words, they are not yet true. But desperate for protection from the false king's soldiers, she claims the Highlander as her mate. Her powers foretold that her life would intertwine with the four men who protect the identity of the true king—but she never thought it would be like this!

Trey MacAlpin can scarcely believe he has agreed to wed a stranger. But this beautiful lass knows the secret he and his brothers are sworn to keep, making her both valuable . . .and vulnerable. Yet more than necessity binds Trey and Bliss in these dangerous times—for the passionate fire raging in Trey's heart insists that Bliss is not merely his bride . . . but his destiny.

About the Author

Part of the fun in writing, Donna Fletcher admits, is doing the research. But it is with her characters that she has the most fun. She loves giving life to fresh characters and feels their excitement as they face the pleasures and pitfalls of falling in love.

Donna's own adventures have taken her to England, Ireland, and Scotland. She has walked the fields where battles were fought centuries ago, toured haunted castles, stood where beheadings were commonplace, explored the mystic mounds of long ago, and collected a plethora of memories and research that will live long in her heart and mind. She also loves exploring and photographing old abandoned homes, and she often takes long walks in the woods with camera in hand. She feels her life is rich and full, having three terrific sons, two fantastic daughters-in-law, an endless supply of friends, a loving dog, and a crazy, black, one-eyed cat named Bear.

More About the Author

Donna is a USA Today bestselling, multi-published, international author of Historical and Paranormal Romance. She has published over 40 romance books with many more on the way from this prolific author.

Her fans have called her books: 'keepers', 'unforgettable', 'highly addictive'. And many urge her to write faster, insisting they cannot get enough of her sexy heroes, remarkable heroines, and memorable romance.

Keep updated on Donna's books and happenings on her Facebook fan page at:

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Customer Reviews

The chemistry between the two characters was nice but just seemed too easy.
Nancy C. Nash
I love Donna Fletchers books she tells a great story and never lets me down reading her stories.
JoAnne Wilson
Another fast paced,action packed story with strong characters and an intriguing plot.
April A. Renn

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By cathyr on November 20, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Series - Four brothers ride together. One of them is the true King of Scotland. Who will try to stop them? Who will support them?
Book - It is almost time for the True King to make himself known. So they don't tip their hand, it is imperative Trey protect the Pict Seer Bliss, and learn more about the Illegitimate King's troop movements. At the end of this book, all will be known, all secrets will be revealed, and Trey and Bliss will finally be heading to an HEA of their very own.

- Historical romance. Scottish Highlands, 1005.
- 5457 kindle locations, 372 pages
- m/f - spicy, not very explicit. Not very frequent. Integral to the story.
- Some violence throughout the story, but it's implied rather than described.
- Book 4 of a four part series. Time line coincides with Book 3 - various references to Trey going with Willow to her home, which is where Book 4 begins. Plus Book 3 ends with the finding of Leora - she reaches the keep with Bryce and Charlotte while Bliss and Trey are journeying.
- The "brothers" are not blood related. Trey is the only true MacAlpin - son of Mara and Cormag. The other three were adopted over time as they sought sanctuary and a home.

This book winds up the series. It ties those last threads as Trey finds his Love, the true king is named and the Evil King is defeated. An extra aspect, which reminds the reader of the author's considered planning of the series, characters we met fleetingly in previous books, eg Dolca, Corwen, have minor but somewhat pivotal roles in the finale. This is A Good Thing. It emphasises the care taken by the author, to truly make a story, and a series worth reading.

*sigh* Another book that begins with a journey.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Melissa McHugh on November 21, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I waited a long time to write my review for this book, after I think the book has been released. Donna Fletcher is an odd author for me. I've read all her books and genuinely enjoy them, but I would never put her on a list of authors who are excellent, who write quality fiction. I approach her books expecting a lot less from her than I do other authors in the same genre like Julia Quinn or Courtney Milan. Because I don't expect much, until now I have been sincerely entertained. Her Sinclaire series was fun, and until this last entry, I thought her Warrior King series was her best work. But the final entry, the last one for the series, leaves me cold inside and I wanted to stop, give the book some breathing room and reread.

The problem with the book lies not with Ms. Fletcher's writing ability. It's fine, it's at the same level it's always been. It's the story itself. It's not good. It's neither well-thought nor well-paced. The two leads, Trey and Bliss, are married in the first few pages and instead of creating tension and suspense as how they will deal with their situation and get to the point of the book--which is the ending of the long journey to reveal the new king of Scotland. When do we find out who he is, how does it end?

I hope other reader have a lot of patience. The true identity of the king and the final battle take place within a matter of pages. The entire book is Trey following Bliss around healing random people they find on their journey back to the keep. That's it. That's the entire book. Trey and Bliss decide pretty soon that this marriage is a good idea, there's no anticipation for Trey seeing ex-love, who betrayed him, because the reader knows ahead of a time these two are married and want to stay that way.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Queen of Books on October 30, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've just finished reading "Wed a Highland Warrior" by Donna Fletcher and it was pretty good. This book is the fourth in the series of the MacAlpin brothers who fight for the true King. If you have read the earlier titles you know that three of the brothers have married for love and it looks like Trey's turn is next. He lost his first love who died during a raid and can't forgive himself for not being there to protect her. Trey has hardened his heart against love until one lady heals his lonely soul. The lovely lady is Bliss who is a Pict healer who had once nursed Trey when he was wounded in battle. She is also a Seer with abilities to see the future and knows who will be the King but will not say until the time is right. I won't give away who is the King, so you will have to read and find out. I received a digital arc copy from and have given an honest review.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jen TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 30, 2012
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Bliss is seer among the Pict people. She bears the gifts of healing and foresight. It's because of her sixth sense that she knows Trey is supposed to be her husband from the fourth page of the book. Accosted by soldiers, she claims Trey is already her husband. He goes along with the ruse, having no idea that Pict culture dictates that marriage is born by both parties claiming it to be true. As such, they are married on page five.

The thing is, the two of them could end the marriage just as easily by declaring it null. But they never do, an idea that I found absolutely ludicrous. Maybe not for Bliss, because she can see the future and everything... but for Trey? A man nursing a broken heart over the death of his beloved? To choose to be married to a woman he barely knows? And they're not even doing the hokey-pokey? I can suspend my disbelief pretty far, but this made no sense to me.

Moving on... Bliss is on a journey to heal a sick old woman and Trey decides to see his new wife safely on her journey. One healing mission for Bliss becomes two --then three-- then four. OK, basically she has to heal one person after another throughout the entire book. This, while Trey follows along, tempting her with the sex they both want to have and worrying about getting home to his brothers to tell him about the King's plans to invade their land.

Bliss and Trey get together in a way that is both too fast and too slow. Too fast, because they are in love in a matter of days (and that's not even getting into the constant references to each other as "husband" and wife.") And too slow, because they are mooning over each other and talking about the inevitability of their physical intimacy for so long, I was actually yelling at the book for them to get on with it already.
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