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- Publication Date: April 10, 2020
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B085RFDQ1C
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Allyson Elliot, Scottish Lowlander and lady-in-waiting at the Scottish Highland Court, is happy because she has some freedom and garners a good bit of attention from the gentlemen at Court. She flees Court rather than marry Ewan Gordon, the man the king and her father have chosen for her.
Ewan Gordon and his identical twin brother, Eoin, are known for being womanizing lechers. He’s not happy when his father and the king arrange his betrothal to Allyson Elliot.
Ewan searches for Allyson when she runs away and during the chase and subsequent return the two discover that they have underestimated and misunderstood each other. They must overcome danger, her family and the past to realize the potential of their relationship.
A Rogue at the Highland Court is as well-written as previous installments in the series. Ms. Barclay highlights the intricacies of life at court. The characters are well-rounded and well-developed. The plot held my attention from start to finish. Be aware there is some explicit content. I give this novel 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it to readers of romantic suspense and medieval romance.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. The opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.
I love how each three stories in this series were all very different, Mrs Celeste Barclay surprised me one more time. And when the two previous heroes were model men, even if they enjoyed their bachelor’s days, here I would have slapped Ewan. Sure, he has right to feel tricked but none to lash out on Allyson.
Why, even if I thought a decision far from well considered, I understand a trapped animal would cut its limb if it might save its life, and it was like a caged animal she felt when the news of her impending marriage was put at her feet.
The first part of the race pursuit was fun, as she was good at avoiding him, then things got serious and truly dangerous, which proved the weakness of her escape plan, or absence of plan.
I loved the Twins relationship and how Eoin shook his brother to make him comprehend the wrongness of his words and deeds.
While it is a romance and the story focused on the main couple, Ewan’s brother took part in his wooing as he was the one to show him how bad and worse were his actions.
Allyson might appear as fickle at first light, but once her past and upbringing come to light, it is understandable she has in some way found a better home at Court, where she is seen and not forgotten. It was like there were two Allyson, the downcast version at her home and the lively and flirty self at court. Along Ewan’s wooing, she also grew up and blended her two selves to stand for the neglected one.
Ewan, while not a bad man, had also to see his errors and how he wounded her with he carelessness and offended spat.
Why I loved to see them walking side by side then toward the other to finally stand together.
5 stars for this story of healing the scars abuse leaves in one’s soul.
I was granted an advance copy by the author, I preordered mine and here is my true and unbiased opinion.
Rouges with quite a past.
Allyson Elliot was the youngest daughter of the Laird. He had sent her to Court to be a Lady’s
Maid. Having never felt comfortable at home she tried to make a life at Court
I hate to stand corrected but, This is the Best of the three. I could not stop reading it.
The story and characters were so Intense. They both had issues from growing up to deal with,
along with their own Emotional feelings.The whole belittling and self worth brought up such feelings
that hit home and was so relatable. The twist was unexpected.
Yes this is Must Read with that will leave thinking afterward.
Allyson has a horrible family and Ewan is disgusted by the way they treat her. Drama, secrets and passion abound as the sometimes dangerous course of their relationship is traveled. Both lead characters grow and mature in wonderful, important ways. I thought this book was very well written and entertaining.
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