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I love highland romance. But this book was boring. First, the hero was a bit idiotic, first in how he treated the heroine in the beginning, and then how quickly and without explanation his emotions changed. It was like he forgot some important facts, and in my opinion, was then negligent as a laird when certain things happened, and the ending is entirely too quick and pre-packaged.
From the back cover....
Whats an honorable Scot to do when a beauitiful woman washes ashore beneath the family castle? Give her to his brother?
When Tavish Grahjam stumbles upon the naked body of Sophie DAlembert, he thinks she is dead. But it doesnt take him long to discover that Sophie is very much alive and more woman than he can handle, so he leaves her with his brother, James, the Earl of Monleigh.
Beautiful, young, and French, Sophie finds herself in the wild, strange land of the Scots. Terrified and not willing to trust James, she fails to tell him that she is the Grandaughter of Louis XIV -- and that she is a fleeing from a forced merrage tot the hated English Duke of Rockingham.
Relucantly, Sophie egins to fall in love with the rugged Highlander. And before she can reveal t eh truth of her past, James discovers the royal connection and wonders what else she is keeping from him. Can James resist her, or will he defy the might of England and France for a lover as wild and passinate as himself?
My comments... Good book, fast story with lots of excitement and romance :)