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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2006
Availability: In Stock
Series: These Highland Hills
With their clans feuding, Regan and Iain should never have met. But, when their paths cross, they come to know and love each other--only to encounter more obstacles in their way. Iain's a suspect in the murder of Regan's husband, and he soon becomes a stumbling block to unholy ambitions that may well lead to more deaths, including his own. Will betrayal and suspicion force them apart forever? Or can their love help heal their clans and their land?
KurisutaAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Best book of the series!!September 16, 2012KurisutaAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Orphan Drummond heiress Regan MacLaren is a bride of only one day when her husband is murdered. Left alone to thwart the revenge her family seeks on her husband's killer, Regan suffers a terrible fall and loses her memory- and with it her place in the world. Meanwhile, laird and warrior Iain Campbell is waiting for the love he knows God will bring him. But a woman near death and without a memory isn't quite what he expected. And so begin enormous challenges for Regan and Iain to overcome the unholy ambitions of others while love takes them by surprise. But will betrayal and suspicion force them apart forever? Or can their love help heal their clans and their land?
[I so enjoyed reading this book, mostly because I like Iain very much and felt bad about his unreturned love for Anne in "Child of the Mist". He is actually the only hero of a Christian fiction book I can think of who isn't a jerk, boor, etc. He's a godly man, kind, warm, striving to be like Christ. That doesn't mean he's perfect, though, and the reader finds out he has his struggles. Still, he's about the only male protagonist that I don't want to take by the throat and strangle, and that's saying something.]