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The Outcast Highlander (The Highland Renegades) (Volume 1) Paperback – December 27, 2013
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Rebecca Syme grew up in rural eastern Montana surrounded by a rich heritage of life on the farm, cowboys, and nostalgic western culture. Her love for storytelling and writing started early in life. She graduated with a degree in English from Montana State University and earned a graduate degree in theological leadership studies from Bethel Seminary near Minneapolis. She divides her time between writing, working with a local youth theater company, and spending time with her family and cat, Mikhail. Her first book, His Wounded Heart, was published by White Rose Publishing: a story of a young hero recovering from a tragic accident as a smoke jumper that left him bitter and angry until his hope was restored with the help of a young physical therapist. Her newest series of books, The Highland Renegades, opens with the story of a young nobleman in Scotland who has lost his family, his title, and his honor during the Scottish Wars of Independence. The Outcast Highlander is sure to launch R.L. Syme into the company of well-loved historical romance writers. You can connect with R.L. Syme on her website (ww.rlsyme.com), on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/bighopesbigheroes) and on Pinterest (http://www.pinterest.com/rlsyme/)
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There are better books out there for those who love Highland romances. This one needs a rewrite.
There isn't any lovemaking described, just states they made love. I like my romance stories with some spice sprinkled here and there, and maybe would have felt more of a connection to our H/h.
There is sadness with one of the secondary character's that left me feeling raw. Thank goodness it didn't happen until the end of the book. As another reviewer wrote, two people escape jail but we are not told how. Andrew finds out about his wife, but how did our H find him? Until the end there isn't much suspense, which is so vividly written, I felt all the pain and emption of the character's. As of now the book is free, and I say go for it, it was a unique take on a Highlander Romance. (ljb)
Broccin starts out finding Kensey in a field, lost on her way to find Duncan to obtain his help. Her father was imprisoned because he refused to swear fealty to the English king. Her mother is on death's door, and all that is left for her at her home is her underage brother, her father's only heir. Broccin is an outcast, stripped from his life and kicked out of his family's land by his own father.
Knowing the only thing she can see in the foreseeable future is a loveless marriage is to marry one of her childhood friends, and Broc will do his best to keep his love a secret so she can marry Duncan, but Duncan already loves someone else.... It's a headache, and nothing actually gets resolved. Not really....