I enjoyed this book. The language was a little too "medieval" for my liking, but it was a good read anyway. I like the storyline and the characters. Lady Amicia is bound and determined to bed her husband. Reading how he resists is interesting.
Even a marriage by proxy can't spoil the joy Lady Amicia MacLean feels when she is wedded to Magnus MacKinnon. With his quick wit and dashing smile, the roguish warroir caputred her heart when she was still a girl. It's not until he returns from battle that Amicia discovers the truth: the union was made to fill empty MacKinnon coffers with MacLean gold. Magnus knew nothing of this marrage. Honorable and proud, he intends to rebuild his clan's fortune coin by coin himself--and wants nothing to do with his bonny new bride.
But Amicia is not one to give up without a fight. She plans to invade Magnus's bedchamber, offer tantalizing glimpses of what every husband has the right to see, and settle for nothing less than the total surrender of the most stubborn knight in the realm.
great detail of medieval period and folklore.
Wedded by proxy to Magnus MacKinnon, the roguish warrior she has loved since girlhood, Lady Amicia MacLean is stunned to discover that the marriage has been made to fill empty MacKinnon coffers and that Magnus not only knew nothing of the marriage, but also wants nothing to do with his new bride.