• Review: Dangerous Games

    Talk about explosive! This high action political thriller is a non-stop maelstrom of right and wrong, good and bad, life and death. I absolutely loved it. Author Tess Diamond created an epic world of traitors and assassins. The story beings with a kidnapping....

  • Review: Darkest Hour Before Dawn THIRDS Book 9

    In this newest addition to the Thirds series we finally get to see Sebastian and Hudson get back together. Hudson and Seb had been together as a mated couple until a tragic accident broke them up seven years prior. This has been an ongoing story line...

  • Review: Broadway Babe

    This was a really enjoyable novella set in the world of Broadway musicals. Tate is a dancer and the show he was just cast for is his big break. He works hard and tries to focus on his job but he can't help but be attracted to one of the main cast members,...

  • Review: Gideon: Heavenly Fall Fall From Grace Series Book 1

    Gideon is a human turned vampire, turned Angel. What a combination! This book starts a new series from bestselling author Sharon Hamilton. Gideon can no longer stand his post above the Golden Gate Bridge. When he rebels both the Supreme Being and the...

  • Review: Fishy Riot

    Taylor and his twin brother are riot squad officers and work a lot of dangerous cases. They come from a big, meddlesome family and they have a lot of siblings who work in related jobs (ie firemen, doctors etc). Taylor has the reputation of being the "mean"...

  • Review: The Sweetheart Kiss Brash & Brazen

    Cheryl Ann Smith kicks butt with this fantastic contemporary romantic adventure. And now I wish I were a Brash Girl! Jess Lucas and her fellow female PIs are my heroes, they are smart and sexy and more than capable of taking down a bad guy. Or a hot good...

  • Review: Sary's Gold Sary's Adventure Series Book 1

    Sary had a hard life and found that situations in life can change a person completely. So much happened to this beautiful and rather naive woman. She was so very young when she married but soon became a young widow. Her husband had been shot and she was...

  • Review: Logan Murder On Magnolia Island Trilogy Book 1

    The Murder On Magnolia Island trilogy is a brand new series from BJ Wane and let me just say it’s an incredible start! Luckily, the books won’t be released that far apart since Logan and Hunter end on cliffies about who killed the subbie? Melanie has...

  • Review: Begun by Time The Prequel to The Elizabethan Time Travel Series

    Note: Originally reviewed on Aug 02, 2015 via Goodreads / Julie aka Gpangel. This book is the prequel to “The Thornless Rose”, which was originally released in 2014. I loved that book so much, I was thrilled to discover we were invited to learn the back...

  • Review: Tracking You A Redwood Ridge Romance

    "Tracking You" reminded me why I fell in love with reading. Reading is less about the words on the page and more about the emotions felt. Ms. Moran totally got that. She captured the abject loneliness of a man born to be different and the restlessness...

  • Review: The Darkest Corner Gravediggers Book 1

    Liliana Hart is torturing me with the first series book in her new series. I loved this book so much I'm having withdrawals and now I have to wait to read the next book! Tess Sherman isn't what most would typically picture as a heroine after all she's...

  • Review: Hunger

    Eve Langlais, Kate Douglas and A.C. Arthur serve up one delicious helping of paranormal romance in this must read anthology. I'll be honest and say I definitely picked this one up because one of the authors is an automatic buy for me. After reading these...

  • Review: Catch a Tiger by the Tail

    I found my new addiction! This story is hot and fun to read. It's well-plotted out, superbly written and entertaining. It has a unique and original story-line. The main characters have depth, are lovable and believable. Human redhead Lulu Lamontaine at...

  • Review: The Queen's Dance The Aurelian Guard - Book Two

    “The Queen's Dance” is another book I can recommend. It’s great. I really loved the romance between Claire and Trian. I wish that they would have had more time together before Claire was kidnapped. Although them getting back to each other was a great...

  • Review: Intercepting the Chef How to Score Book 1

    Rachel Goodman dishes up a delightful treat with this romantic contemporary. Gwen Lalonde has a sharp tongue and a sharp mind, two of my favorite things in a heroine. The fact that Logan Stonestreet admires both of those qualities cemented him in my eyes...

  • Review: Betting On Paradise Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys Book 4

    Scandal, heartache and self doubt seem to follow two dreamers looking to bring those dreams into reality. Ms. Selvig blends the best parts of human nature: determination, fear and heart and builds a story of redemption, hope and family. Grace has more...

  • Review: Some Sugar Curvy Women Wanted Book 3

    Sam Crescent sweetens up a sexy situation with this short erotic contemporary. Faith Bryant is attracted to her neighbor from the minute she sees him but her strong reaction leads to some misjudgment on her part and I loved watching her deal with the...

  • Review: Forty Candles

    Virginia Nelson gifts readers with this fabulous contemporary. Chloe Walker is a woman about to turn forty and watching her remember, rethink and re-evaluate her life was definitely interesting but watching her deal with Jack Leonard was even even better....

  • Review: It Started with a Contract Curvy Women Wanted Book 2

    Sam Crescent is the go to for hot curvy gal romance and this story sets the sheets on fire. The premise of this one seems oh so naughty but Hadley Green is such a sexy, girl next door type of woman that I had no trouble believing how she could find herself...

  • Review: Guarding His Anchor Canadian Muscle Book 2

    Kacey Hammell blew me away with this absolutely awesome romantic suspense story. This might have been the first book of hers that I've read but it definitely will not be the last. Charlotte Walker is a feisty and fierce heroine and I loved that she took...

  • Review: Just for the Movie Romance on the Go

    Sam Crescent has become a must read author for me and this one lives up to my high expectations of her. While not as steamy as most of her stories there was just something so beautiful about this couple and their relationship that I was just inexplicably...

  • Review: Never Done

    What happens to a friendship when your father marries your friend? How does Clara, fourteen, feel when her father marries her friend, Geneva who is only sixteen. Clara is hurt, she feels turned on. Now her once friend is her stepmother and Clara wants...

  • Review: The Seven Sins of Ruby Love Beyond, #3

    Erin Quin swept me up and into the third book in her BEYOND series. Readers new to this series can start with this book, but I recommend the whole series. "The Seven Sins of Ruby Love" mentions prior characters but new readers won't feel lost without...

  • Review: The Boss's Nine-Month Negotiation One Night With Consequences

    "The Boss's Nine-Month Negotiation" has a variety of good romance tropes - unexpected pregnancy, boss as lover, another woman, and a case of amnesia! When combined all together, this story was quite the easy read! I really liked both the main characters...

  • Review: The Earl's Error Rebel Lords Of London Book 1

    “The Earl's Error” is a convoluted story of misunderstandings and secrets. There are interesting parts to this book but on whole I just couldn't get hooked. I found Lorelei to be very annoying and Thorne too timid for my taste. They do share a passionate...

  • Review: The Pirate's Witch Blood Prince Series, #6

    Jump right into "The Pirate's Witch" and be swept into a fantasy adventure full of magic. We have pirate Tyr Singlehand. Yes he just has one hand, but knows how to work it. Tyr isn't a handsome young pirate, but one with a quite a few years on him. I...

  • Review: Souljacker A Lily Bound Novel, #1

    "Souljacker" is the first book in a new series by Yasmine Galenorn. Lily is a succubi. In order to satisfy her hunger without hurting anyone, she opens up her business Lily Bound for paying customers. She's able to kill two birds with one stone. Her clients...

  • Review: Ghost of the Nile Gods of Egypt

    I have been a longtime fan of author Veronica Scott’s Gods of Egypt series. Having been highly interested in Egyptian mythology for my entire life, these books came as a delightful trip through the various deities. "Ghost of the Nile", the 6th book in...

  • Review: A Perfect Gentleman

    "A Perfect Gentleman," is an outstanding work of romantic fiction and I was blown away by the Disney-like magic that this novel possessed. This book was my very first introduction to author's Candance Camp's writing and I have a tough time with the bold...

  • Review: Score San Francisco Thunder, #1

    Childhood friends who evolve into more is some of the theme in this hockey romance. Each of the main characters, Jude and Zoey, remember things a bit differently but they both remember being very attracted to each other. Each chapter shows the progression...

  • Review: The Immortal's Unrequited Bride

    Interesting premise, with likeable characters and the story challenges some of the same tropes that I've always had questions about, but The Immortal's Unrequited Bride oddly didn't wow me. It was a good read, but it also felt very much like a book that...

  • Review: Fallen Rose

    "Fallen Rose" is definitely on the gory side of the dark and gritty scale. I found it rather difficult to wade through in part because of the darkness and in part because I didn't really buy all the suffering as I couldn't see the logic in the world-building....

  • Review: The Girl Who Knew Too Much

    Amanda Quick is known for her historical and Victorian romances but with the latest novel The Girl Who Knew Too Much she boldly throws herself into the 1930s era. I've always enjoyed her brand of writing and this latest one is no exception. From the beginning...

  • Review: Trusting Grace Virtues and Vices of the Old West Book #3

    Grace is struggling and has been as she takes care of her aging father. She is a woman alone trying to do a daughter's duty, a widow's job and keep it all together. Not only that but she is a widow and trying to keep the ranch her late husband built going....

  • Review: Olive Juice

    I work with terminally ill people and sometimes when I walk into a house the grief is so thick that you can literally feel it. The air is heavy with it. That's what reading this book felt like. When I leave those homes I struggle to push the grief off...

  • Review: Man Down Wings of Gold Book 3

    “Man Down” by Tracy Tappan is a thrill-filled, suspenseful tale that starts with a description of the intense challenges faced to become a SEAL and ratchets up higher and higher throughout the story. Told through three points of view, this glimpse of...

  • Review: Enemies of the State The Executive Office #1

    “Enemies of the State” by Tal Bauer was a wonderful surprise and lived up to the blurb that captured my attention. I was enthralled by the progression of the relationship between Ethan and Jack. The conflict between duties of the office and the human...

  • Review: Kill Without Shame Ares Security, #2

    “Kill Without Shame” by Alexandra Ivy is an exciting story that centers around Mia Ramon, who has rebuilt her life and has to find a way to cope with the return of Lucas St. Claire, who is determined to protect her from an unspecified threat. There is...

  • Review: Wind River Cowboy Wind River, #3

    "Wind River Cowboy" was an easy but hard read. It dealt with soldiers coming back from the war, PTSD, survivor's guilt and dealing with sexual harassment in the Army. Kira lost all but one other person on her team in an ambush and wound up losing them...

  • Review: Rachel's Dream Hope Chest of Dreams, #3

    “Rachel’s Dream” is the third book in the Hope Chest of Dreams series by Lisa Jones Baker. It is an Amish tale about a young woman who has dreams of her own. She is usually involved in some sort of mishap and makes her parents crazy with her devotion...

  • Review: Combatting Fear

    There were so many things going on in Combatting Fear, so many twist and turns and a lot of characters. One of my favorites was Jack, I loved how protective he was of Neve and looked out for her. Neve herself is an interesting character and very focused...

  • Review: Tie Me Free The Satin Rose Experience, 4

    I have so enjoyed this series, The Satin Rose Experience by Ms. Bunino and would love to see more! That's how much I've liked them, especially this one as it deals with an older heroine who deals with everyday issues like age, shapewear, and insecurity...

  • Review: Angel Unleashed

    Linda Thomas-Sundstrom pulls readers in with an imaginative take on angels and vampire hunters. After seeing so many paranormal romances that don't take things to another level this book was refreshing as it was a totally new concept and the characters...

  • Review: Black Mountain Magic Kentucky Haints #1

    Black Moutain Magic was a good interesting read, that kept my attention. The two main characters were well written, and had great chemistry. With her being a witch The story line kept me interested with the action, right amount of drama, and the paranormal....

  • Review: The Mitus Touch Book One of The Touch Series

    Sometimes the blurb for a book doesn't really do it justice. The "Midas Touch" is one of those books. I went in expecting your typical revenge turns to love story. It's nothing like that. There's twists and turns, unexpected side stories and surprises...

  • Review: Slow Burn Cowboy Copper Ridge, #3

    This seventh installment in the Cooper Ridge series is centered around Finn Donnelly and his best friend, Lane. Finn’s life has been turned upside down by the death of his grandfather, who for some inexplicable reason, has left the ranch Finn has worked...

  • Review: The Thief's Countess Border Series Book 1

    I had elevated hopes in my reading of the novel, "The Thief's Countess," mostly for the sole purpose that I have a love for any romance that is featured in the Medieval era and yet I was fairly disappointed with the actual romance. In fact, I do not think...

  • Review: Unconditional Surrender Strike Force Book 1

    Desiree Holt is always a sure thing! The first in this fabulous serious is no exception. This lady sure knows her sexy Alpha heroes and the women they fall for. Kari Malone and Slade Donavan are perfect for one another both between the sheets and and...

  • Review: Single Malt Agents Irish and Whiskey series, #1

    Layla Reyne delivers a delightful suspense story with this first in a series. Okay I have two confessions to make. The first, I'm not a big fan of the male male romance genre. The second confession, I'm impulsive and chose this book after briefly reading...

  • Review: Uncaged Love: Harper & Rafe Black Swan Book 2

    KaLyn Cooper grabbed my attention and never let me go until the last word. I never thought I'd ever visit Columbia yet with every word I felt surrounded by the fabulous locale and the beautiful places I would never get to see. Harper Tambini is one of...

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Rescuing the man tied to a tree seemed like a rational decision. Claire is a smart, capable bookkeeper who happens to work at a martial arts academy. She has no idea the door she walked through to save the bound man would leave her trapped in 13th century Scotland. She is unable to regret the night of passion shared with Ian, even though it happened with the threat of death just outside the door. She pretends to be content with Ian’s friendship, knowing his people must come first. Compelled by honor and tormented by desire, is being his woman, while he marries another, enough?

Ian, Laird of the Draig Clan, is a man trapped by fate. Forced by necessity to marry a woman he has never met, her dowry is essential to save his clan. However, he is in love with the woman who saved his life and then spent one night in his arms. Duty prevents Ian from being able to marry Claire as custom, honor, and his heart demand. Drawn to her, believing they share the same desires and dreams in life, he finally offers her the only option available, a place by his side and in his bed.

Claire and Ian are bound together in love and then ripped apart by deception and a plot to destroy the Draig clan. Facing the final battle alone and unarmed, Claire saves them all. The ultimate challenge is forgiving Ian for sending her away.

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