- Series: Untamed Highlanders (Book 1)
- Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; Reissue edition (September 1, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1250069696
- ISBN-13: 978-1250069696
- Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 81 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #480,186 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Sabrina York is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of more than twenty hot, humorous written works, including Hannah and the Highlander, Lana and the Laird, and Susana and the Scot. Her stories range from sweet and sexy to scorching romance.
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In fact at the beginning of the book, Hannah was not my favorite person, because I felt that she was being too hard on Alexander - She wasn't really, but I felt irrationally protective of him and she was not treating him as nicely as I would have wanted (LOL).
Hannah needs to marry to protect her family - the only man who has ever even slightly interested her is an unknown warrior (Alexander) who saved her from being raped then kissed her senseless and walked away from her. She was shocked by her reaction to him and just a bit more than miffed that he walked away from her. Hannah is a very strong, self sufficient woman - she wants to be partners with her spouse - not chattel. She also wants a man who wants her for herself - not her dowry.
Alexander is instantly smitten by Hannah and asks for her father for permission to marry her. He is excited to marry Hannah and views her dowry as a bonus - with Hannah being the real prize. Unfortunately, Alexander is not good with words - he is the strong silent type. Talking is a chore for him and he prefers to communicate via letters. Many people (Hannah included) think that he is rude and unfeeling - but he isn't, in fact he feels things very deeply and has a sweet, gentle soul.
He tries so hard to please Hannah and because she doesn't understand his motivations, she is not quite as appreciative of his efforts as she could have been. To her credit - once Hannah learned that Alexander had trouble speaking and wasn't just rude - she did go out of her way to draw him out and to learn about him.
Together, these two are probably one of the best book couples I have ever read. They work well together and are protective of one another. When they are faced with challenges, they are more concerned with the other one, than themselves - it was really very sweet.
But not so sweet that it did not feature a few really good steamy love scenes and some laugh out loud funny moments. All and all, this was a great book. The writing was good, the story interesting, the challenges believable and the love was epic.
I would highly recommend this book and am looking forward to Susanna & Lana's stories.
Hannah is being wooed by several Highland lords but wants nothing to do with them. She has a dowry and wants someone who wants her for more than her lands. She spies Alexander, a handsome Baron and is almost bewitched by him.
Alexander is just as captivated by Hannah and he offers for her. He is ecstatic that she agrees and does everything he can think of to make her welcome in her new home. Sometimes this backfires but Alexander’s heart is in the right spot. He is just so adorable and charming. Alexander is also taciturn and his lack of conversations is at first a sore spot with Hannah. She cannot fathom why this amazing man does not want to have cozy little talks with her.
Hannah is a delight. She is stubborn but not insufferably so. She sticks to her guns when it matters, her loyalties are admirable. She is also insightful (not as much as her younger eccentric sister though) and she does not hold a grudge. I just loved her steadfast and her open heart.
This is a couple that has to learn to work together. They have trials and make some mistakes but they are introspective too and are willing to make adjustments. Alexander has a world of hurt and it shows in both body and spirit. He is uncertain of himself and worries about his shortcomings. His feelings are well written. Hannah sees Alexander’s strength and furthermore her words and deeds show how much she loves and respects him. Alexander is beyond amazed at Hannah’s compassion and courage. She has both in spades. These leads are not perfect, both like being in charge and must learn to accommodate the other’s strong personality.
There are ghosts and haunted pasts and loads of passion in this romantic tale and villains too but through it all is a consuming love between a highland baron and his strong lady.
Hannah Dounreay manages her family's land herself, as well as any man could, and has no time for suitors. To date she hasn't met a man that would appreciate her independence or education. However, when a handsome warrior saves her from an attack, other thoughts fill her mind. Is this warrior someone she can resist.
Alexander Lochlannach, Laird of Dunnet, can not afford, with the clans battling for land, to be attracted to a strong feisty independent lass, no matter how attractive he finds her. The attraction grows strong between these two and passion is like a magnet between them. But can they overcome unknown secrets and dangers to be together.
Romance, adventure, passion, and excitement all rolled into one mini vacation which allows the reader to leave everyday life behind and escape for a while. I highly recommend this author to anyone who loves reading romance.