Highland Rebel by Judith James
A tale of a rebellious lady and a traitorous lord

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In a world where family and creed cannot be trusted, where faith fuels intolerance and war, Catherine and Jamie test the bounds of loyalty, friendship, and trust...

"Catherine Drummond, heroine of Judith James' exceptional Highland Rebel heiress and rightful laird of her clan is forced out of chief's position, but it doesn't stop her from risking life and limb for her people. Dressed for battle as a boy, she's captured in the melee, then saved from rape and a slow death when cynical King's man Jamie Sinclair marries her amidst the gore. Even as they spend time together in both London and the Highlands - and Sinclair encourages Catherine to dress as a man so he can show her the life she deserves - Sinclair remains solitary and unreachable, and one of the most intriguing heroes of this year...grand in scope and entertainment... high art, indeed. ~Michele Buonfiglio Barnes and Noble

About Judith James

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Judith James has worked as a legal assistant, trail guide, and counselor. Living in Nova Scotia, her personal journey has taken her to the Arctic and the West Coast. Her writing combines her love of history and adventure with her keen interest in the complexities of human nature and the heart's capacity to heal.
Published September 1, 2009 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 482 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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At this point, I understood the complexities of Jamie and Catherine’s characters, saw more clearly their motivations, and actually read a good number of scenes where I thought “wow – this is great stuff!” The margins of my review book were filled with favorable comments and I couldn’t help but s...

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