The Master Of Strathburn by Amy Rose Bennett

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If you are simply looking for a romance that is set in a different period than your typical Regency England, you may want to give this book a try. But if you require that your romance features a believable relationship built on a solid foundation - the entire book takes place over a seven day period - you will be better advised to look elsewhere.
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A sweeping, sexy Highland romance about a wanted Jacobite with a wounded soul, and a spirited Scottish lass on the run.

Robert Grant has returned home to Lochrose Castle in the Highlands to reconcile with his long-estranged father, the Earl of Strathburn. But there is a price on Robert’s head, and his avaricious younger half-brother, Simon, doesn’t want him reclaiming his birthright. And it’s not only Simon and the redcoats that threaten to destroy Robert’s plans after a flame-haired complication of the feminine kind enters the scene...

Jessie Munroe is forced to flee Lochrose Castle after the dissolute Simon Grant tries to coerce her into becoming his mistress. After a fateful encounter with a mysterious and handsome hunter, Robert, in a remote Highland glen, she throws her lot in with the stranger—even though she suspects he is a fugitive. She soon realises that this man is dangerous in an entirely different way to Simon...

Despite their searing attraction, Robert and Jessie struggle to trust each other as they both seek a place to call home. The stakes are high and only one thing is certain: Simon Grant is in pursuit of them both...

 

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Published May 1, 2016 by Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd. 260 pages
Genres: History, Romance. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sidney Young on Jun 04 2016

If you are simply looking for a romance that is set in a different period than your typical Regency England, you may want to give this book a try. But if you require that your romance features a believable relationship built on a solid foundation - the entire book takes place over a seven day period - you will be better advised to look elsewhere.

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