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Hannah and the Highlander (Untamed Highlanders) Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 2015
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Alexander is a wonderful laird who cares deeply for his family, his land, and all the tenants-his people that live on it, he is loyal and caring and there is none better than him. However he had a horrible upbringing, after his mother died and then his father, he was left to be raised by his Uncle who was a drunk violent man who beat Alexander daily. When he was 15, he sent his brother away so he would not be harmed and he took the beatings for that too, so he has suffered and he has a hard time speaking now, much to his detriment. When he sees Hannah for the first time, he is dazzled by her, and he has to have her, not for the dowry she brings along with her, but because he is enchanted by her.
Hannah on the other hand has no interest in getting married, and no one is a good enough choice for her. Her father wants her to get married so she will be settled down have children and lead a happy life. She notices Alexander for the first time when all the clansman are playing their games and she is impressed by his massive size, strength, and handsome as well! On the way back to the castle, one of the other men, a nasty piece of work who has offered for Hannah's hand twice and rejected, follows her and tries to have his way with her. Alexander saw him follow Hannah and followed him and when he sees her on the ground struggling, he beats up this man and threatens him. When Hannah thanks him and then kisses him his throat locks and he can't speak, and she thinks he is being rude. Little does she know it is a curse to him. That and all the scars he received from his uncle.
After the games and Hannah hears her father speaking about other Lairds leveling and burning out their tenants off the land, Hannah is scared. Then her father tells her that there has been another offer for her hand, and he really wants her to take it. Her father tells her this man is strong, brawny, honorable. He tells her that Alexander is a great Laird and can make her happy. Hannah accepts, and she and her sister are off to the castle.
This is where this book gets hilarious, Hannah gets annoyed very early on when Alexander never speaks to her but sends her messages! She does not realize he gets too uptight to speak! Hannah's father told Alexander when he spoke to him that Hannah was stubborn, strong willed, and strong minded but Alexander did not care- to him, Hannah is beautiful. After finally realizing what is wrong, she takes to sitting with him and asking him questions, and has him write the answers!
But the best part of the book is all the romance, the wonderful sexual encounters between the two, the plot has a lot of twists with all the goings on with all the people, and this book also has a wonderful cast of minor characters I know you will enjoy as much as I did, particularly her sister who has the ability to see and speak with ghosts! Which in this case actually came in handy.
Read this book! There is so much to love about it, and fall in love with all the characters, and the best part it is the first in a series of 3, so I know I will be excited to read those books as well.
I gave this book 5***** brilliant stars and can't wait to read Susana and the Scot, which will be book 2, coming out in December!
This novel was both engaging and entertaining, so much so that I was sorry to have it end. I am eager to read the next installment in the series.