the cover man is so good to look at, I almost hate to put it up.
The third in this trilogy and, while still an excellent story, I think my least favorite of the three books.
Blown off course on his way to the Azores, Gray Sinclair anchors in a cove off the Scottish coast. While in town, he is seen kneeling over a woman and is accused of her murder by Bonnie MacTavish. Gray escapes and takes Bonnie along as a prisoner, unaware that she has actually helped him flee. They fight like crazy, but no one has ever touched Gray's soul so deeply. Although his father and brothers were loving, his emotionally abusive mother deeply scarred him, and he doesn't recognize the gem he has in Bonnie until it's almost too late. Even after the adventure he shares with her on the high seas, he tries to give her up. Although George's tale takes place around 1880, it has the flavor of an earlier swashbuckler with its threat of pirates and machinations of an isolated Scottish clan, but no matter: it's a winner, with one of romance's feistiest heroines and most alluringly brooding heroes. Patty Engelmann
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Funny and romantic, Great .