Her Highland Rogue by Leanne Burroughs

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The award winning Sequel to Highland Wishes.,,

In 1304, amidst Scotland's continuing war for independence. two wounded souls are forced on a journey neither wants, resulting in tragedy and disaster. Battle-hardened, untrusting and son of a Scottish Chieftain. Duncan MacThomas wants only to see his country free from English rule. Honor-bound to ensure his clan's financial future, Duncan reluctantly travels to England to wed a woman he doesn't want. Wealthy and pampered. Catherine Gillingham anticipates a marriage to a Duke's son and is dismayed when her king decrees she must wed a Scotsman, the sort of man all of London despises.

Can these two opposites find love amidst war and lower their barriers to find the peace they seek within their countries and themselves?

EDITORIAL REVIEWS: Her Highland Rogue will become everyone's favorite book! Leanne Burroughs continues the fiery tale of Scotland's history with Highlander Duncan MacThomas and his lady wife, Catherine Gillingham of England. Although both reluctantly entered into this wedded union, their reserve slowly melts to a white-hot passion. The creative blending of history and romance will appeal to readers on several levels. The author's research and understanding of Scottish politics is made evident through the characters' actions and dialogue. Leanne Burroughs has an obvious love for this country and its people. Yet, this story shines most brightly through the main characters of Duncan and Catherine. Both of them have a vibrancy that pulses through these pages. This author is also extremely skillful with dialogue and was able to make Duncan's Scottish burr seem almost audible. Readers will sigh, sob and squeal with delight whenever these characters are on the page! Every woman will want Her Highland Rogue! - Joyce Handzo, In the Library Reviews, 2006

For those who love romances set in Scotland, pick up Her Highland Rogue as well as Highland Wishes, you won't regret it! - Susan, Fallen Angels Reviews, 2006

This is a highly emotional book set at the time of Robert the Bruce. The well-drawn characters are too proud to bend to their emotions, putting their relationship constantly at risk, notwithstanding the outside threat. The author is to be applauded for her choice of setting and strength of character studies. - Deborah Elliott, Affaire de Coeur, 2005

All this reviewer can say is Wow!! Ms. Burroughs weaves a wonderful tale set in a time when Scotland was fighting for its freedom from England and England's swift retaliation. In the midst of this, a love between a gruff highlander and a shy English rose blooms and Ms. Burroughs tells the love and passion with a simplicity that will take the reader's breath away! This is a story that will touch the reader's heart. The historical details will keep the reader enthralled as they enjoy the fight Duncan and Catherine have against past to enjoy their future. By creating such strong characters, Ms. Burroughs has the reader in the palm of her hand from beginning to end. Duncan is a wonderfully alpha male who delivers his love in ways that will endear him to the reader's heart. Catherine is a perfect foil to Duncan's gruffness as she is like silk with the strength of steel. Will Catherine lose HER HIGHLAND ROGUE after all that happens or will they finally find the strength to admit their love to each other? Find out in HER HIGHLAND ROGUE and be transported to a time when manly men where the norm and the women who were strong enough to stand beside them! This reviewer is highly recommending this book for those who enjoy an engrossing Scottish tale full of humor, love and laughter. - Dawn Roberto, Love Romances, 2006

About Leanne Burroughs

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Published November 25, 2013 by Highland Press Publishing. 400 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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