Book Reviews of Maiden of Inverness (Border, Bk 4)

Maiden of Inverness (Border, Bk 4)
Maiden of Inverness - Border, Bk 4
Author: Arnette Lamb
ISBN-13: 9780671882204
ISBN-10: 0671882201
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 41 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Enjoyable read. Meridene is betrothed to Revas when they are both no more than children. King Edward sends her away to England shortly after the wedding ceremony is performed when an attempt is made on her life by her own kin. Young Revas vows he will come for his child-bride.

Thirteen years later, Revas makes good on his vow. Unfortunately, Meridene wants nothing to do with him or Scotland.

Revas was adorable...a strong, handsome warrior determined to win over his bride. Meridene was a bit stubborn but her fears were not unfounded. I found this to be a charming story with a likable hero and heroine and secondary characters guaranteed to bring a smile to one's face.
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A woman born to as a child to the butchers son (in order to halt the line) the Maiden of Inverness was swept away to a nunnery and out of the hands of her people. Her child groom vowed never to forget her and 12 years later he finds her and kidnaps her with the intent of seeing her destiny fulfilled - uniting the clans of Scotland in peace. Along the way he has become a mighty and fierce leader and she has grown cold to her past. He seduces her to try to get her to fulfill her vows and she ends up softening towards him. What follows is a FANTASTIC love story that you will never want to end! 10 stars!
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It is the Scottish Highlands in the year 1309 and Scotland needs to be reunited, this is such a story, a beautiful love story.
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good old fashioned scottish romance
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I really enjoyed this book.
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A Woman Born to Greatness In a time of war, Meridene is just an innocent child, yet she is also the revered Maiden of Inverness, ordained by birth to place the ceremonial sword of Scottish rule in her husband's hands. But Edward I, King of Britain, cunningly betroths her to a lowly butcher's son....A Man Destined to Rule Of common blood, yet noble in his dreams of a united Scotland, Revas MacDuff accepts his destiny----while his enraged in-laws would rather kill his young bride than honor such a marriage. Only retreat to an English nunnery saves the young Maiden's life, leaving a boy alone with his vow to one day win her back....A Passion Fated to Possess Them Both Thirteen years later Revas will find not a grateful wife, but a fighting fury of a woman who despises Scotland, its clans, and the Highlander who call himself her mate. Planning merely to seduce her, Revas begins to care. Determined to forever hate him, Meridene begins to surrender. Now, amid evil and treachery, the kindling of love's bright fire can save a great land----or destory a Maiden's hopes...her soul...her heart.
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If you have never read this author, and you like HR you have to read her books. She is great.