"The first word that came to my mind as I read the last page was WOW! This story was chalk full of wow's.The setting of Scottish Highlands was wow; the heroine's strength and bravery is wow and the hero is to die for, so wow for him as well." ~Bookworm2Bookworm
"OMG, what a thrilling, exciting story with suspense, a bit of mystery, betrayal and the possibility of love and finding a HEA."~ My Reading Addiction
"It's a wonderful historical novel that was enjoyable from start to finish." ~Books and Benches
"As always Collette Cameron writes a 5 star read." ~Dee
"The dialogue was witty and humorous and the story is a page turner. Collette Cameron has spun her magic again and you will want to read the other books in this series!" ~Kari
"...very intricate and captivating plot, a grand romance...PASSION AND PLUNDER is an exceptionally moving and unforgettable story." ~Mo Daoust
"Wonderful story I just couldn't put down." ~Chatty
"The book is full of passion, anxious moments, frustrations, secrets, heartache and love. Truly fabulous." ~Teri Donaldson
"A very emotional story, with danger, intrigue and woman fighting for her rights. This book will drag you in from the first page and not let you go until the end." ~Petula Winmill
"This story kept me wanting more, could not put the book down and I wish the story kept going on and on!"~Charlene
"A wonderful love story that will keep you glued till the end. It has all the elements an intriguing plot villains a sexy Highlander and a fearless heroine..." ~Maria
"Ms Cameron brings in an extraordinary twist that could not be seen." ~Joann Maggio
"This should be at the top of your "Must-Read" list. A 5+ novel." ~Elizabeth Evans
From the Author
When I introduced Lydia Farnsworth in Triumph and Treasure (she makes a cameo appearance in A Kiss for Miss Kingsley too) I didn't know she'd be Alasdair's sweetheart. But he did, and he kept hinting his interest in her all through Virtue and Valor, Heartbreak and Honor, and Scandal's Splendor.
Theirs is not an easy journey, and I throw a cog or two right smack dab in the middle to disrupt their plans.
I've been told Passion and Plunder is a bit darker emotionally than my other romances. That's due in part to the content; somethings are plain ugly and unpleasant no matter how well written or how likable the characters.
That's not to say you won't find my usual quirky humor popping up every now and again. It, too, has a mind of its own.
I hope you enjoy Alasdair and Lydia's convoluted path to true love. They deserve it after what I've put them through.