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Full Mackintosh: A Scottish Yarn Paperback – September 27, 2013
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The heroine is a Jew. Our hero is a widower. The pair are attracted to each other, though she feels the difference in their status. But he is willing to overlook it and convinces her to marry him. He will keep her secret of being Jewish and that she had been purchased from a slavery. His clan may not be understanding.
The story takes us through their lives -- through war. separation and treachery. The hero had a mistress before marrying the heroine, but ended the relationship when the heroine joined his household. That comes back to haunt him, as well as the heroine's background.
There are kidnappings and fighting. There is the side story of the hero's daughter from his first marriage.
It went on a bit too long for me, but the reader gets a full story.
Garth is "the Mackintosh" is a man bogged down by responsibility and still grieving his wife death. He feels bad for a woman and the slave market and decides to help her, that decision irrevocably changes his life.
Read along and see how life brings this two strong willed people together in a time fraught with danger, intrigue and political machinations. Get a glimpse at life in the 1700 in Scotland and England.
I absolutely loved this book, the lively characters, the rich plot and great research into the characters background. Live the dictionary and maps provided to better give the readers a grasp on the setting. my first book by this author and definitely not the last.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book kept me on the edge of my seat the whole way through ... it was an awesome readPublished 18 months ago by Julie Oliver
Castles, royalty, mystery and intrigue...it's all here in Full Mackintosh. Kemper traveled to Scotland for her research, and all of that is apparent in this historically-inspired... Read morePublished on July 6, 2014 by Betty Ost-Everley
The writing is not the best - I would not read more from this author. It is not a smooth read.Published on April 12, 2014 by Books2 Love
Storytelling at its best. I loved the history and the characters. Hard to put down. Hope to see a lot more by this author.Published on February 17, 2014 by Chelle