- Series: Zebra Historical Romance
- Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: Zebra; First Printing edition (March 1, 2005)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0821777572
- ISBN-13: 978-0821777572
- Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 1 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 95 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,286,557 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Highland Conqueror (Zebra Historical Romance) Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 2005
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Arriving too late to save Lord Peter Gerard, Highlander Sigimor Cameron decides the best way he can now repay the debt he owes the Englishman is by rescuing Peter's sister and his young son, Reynard. Of course, Lady Jolene Gerard just happens to be holding the keys to the dungeon in which Sigimor and five of his clansmen sit awaiting execution. In exchange for helping her and Reynard escape the murderous Harold, who poisoned Peter and is trying to gain control of Peter's land and heir, Jolene agrees to release Sigimor and his men. The group sets off for Sigimor's estate in Scotland, but once Sigimor discovers that Harold is hot on their trail, he must convince Jolene that the only way he can protect her is if she marries him. Readers who like their heroes bold and brash, their heroines resourceful and clever, and their romances filled with danger and adventure will find much to enjoy in Howell's latest Highland historical romance. John Charles
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As far as the plot, like i said, I have several books from this author, so basically the plots have similar framework, hot Scottish warrior, beautiful woman to be ransomed, there is always a former jealous lover after them, and they both find it hard to talk about feelings, they confess all at the end, hallelujah, happy ending. That being said, I found myself a couple of times thinking how stupid the heroine was being and how in this one, and that the author should have tried a little harder.
Lord Sigimor Cameron arrived with five of his trusted men to answer the urgent summons that Jolene's brother sent. Owing a blood debt to Peter, he and his men arrived at Drumwich as soon as humanly possible, only to be stripped of their weapons, and thrown in the dungeon. Peter was already dead. Sigimor had arrived to late to save him. Now this tiny English woman has offered to free him and his men if he takes her and her nephew with them, and can get them to safety.
They manage to escape, with a murderous Harold and his men behind them all the way. Sigimor and his band flee for his home in Scotland where he can protect her and the boy. When things take a very bad turn for Jolene, the only way to guarantee her safety is to marry her, and make certain Harold dies.
Against all rules, Sigimor falls just as deeply for Jolene as she for him. This is a wonderful love story filled with adventure, danger, and tenderness. He is a hero to be admired, and she is a heroine to be cheered! I think this is one of Howell's best. Very highly recommended!
I love Hannah Howell books. I love the characters. I love the inner dialog as well as the interactions of the characters. I like that I will see my favorite characters in future stories.