Our recommended read for today,
February, 1st, 2020.

An intriguing, taboo romance between an English lady and a roguish Scottish Laird. The Highlander’s Claim is everything you’ve come to expect from Jessica Knight: captivating, intense, and full of forbidden romance.

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The Highlander’s Claim

She’s the daughter of the sworn enemy of my clan.
I disappeared from her life 10 years ago. Now I’m back to take her. To take what has always been mine.

Our love was doomed from the start. But I wanted her from the moment I laid eyes on her.
Then a strange twist of fate left her wounded and in my care.
I took her. And she fell for me. She gave me her maidenhood, and I gave her my heart.
But for the good of my people and to save us all from this deadly war, I am forced to give her up. Again.
When I learn though that she is being used as a pawn in a murderous scheme and her uncle has
declared the cause more worthy than her life, neither the English army nor God himself can keep me from fighting my way to her. From saving her.
It was a twist of fate that brought us together. But she is mine and I am not going to let her go. Ever.

I’d risk it all to save her. But will I be able to get to her in time?


What the Reviews Say

I found this book amazing with great word building making me feel apart of the story and watching it unfold in front of me. A definite must read.

Malcolm and Catherine’s relation was an easy one, they went through a lot but they were made for one another. Their connection was always strong, their chemistry was sexy. They were good together. I enjoyed this story.

I loved this historical romance with great characters, romance and intrigue.

A well written story of two people English lady Catherine Seeley and Scottish laird Malcolm Dunbarr who meet when they areboth at an open market and she has been telling a story to children.Over the years their friendship will grow into a forbidden love. There is suspense, drama, danger, two evil villains and love.

I was caught from the beginning! What an awesome book! Fast paced, full of descriptive places & people, and extremely hard to put down.


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