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Amanda Scott is the author of over 61 romance novels and the recipient of the Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Award. She lives in Folsom, California, outside of Sacramento. She is a fourth-generation Californian.
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Molly is on the run from a forced marriage when she is found by Walter Scott. He protects her from her "husband" and her brothers then takes her back to his home.
Walter's father has just passed away and he is now head of the clan. And he is a bit overwhelmed by this. He is a very good man who really wants to do the right thing and be a good leader for his people. I truly felt his frustration and worries.
Wat talks to his grandmother Lady Meg (the heroine from Border Wedding) and find out that Molly is her goddaughter and that his father had hoped for a match between them. He then speaks to his priest and the local
Abbot and they determine that Molly's marriage is illegal. To protect her they suggest Wat marry her.
Both Wat and Molly are at first opposed to this idea. But eventually agree and marry.
While visiting the abbot Wat meets the king and is given the task of bringing in Gil Rutherford - a ruthless reiver. So he marries Molly, quickly consummates the marriage and is off to bring in Gil.
Molly is a strange character - I never really felt that I got to know her and didn't really understand her. She is a hot head and very naïve. She doesn't think before she acts and in my mind, doesn't act appropriately for the timeframe the book is set.
Anyway, Molly is kidnapped by her former "husband" while Wat is away. Wat saves her and gets the bad guys and now they are in love. The end.
I don't know how or why they fell in love and the love scenes were almost nonexistent and very mild.
To me, the best part of the book was reading about Lady Meg. Her book I would highly recommend. This one - not so much.
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I would recommend
I would read the other books in the series too.
Good read .