Category: Donna’s Reviews

Donna’s Review: Enchanted by the Highlander by Lecia Cornwall

Donna’s Review: Enchanted by the Highlander by Lecia Cornwall

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I have read and enjoyed all the Highland Fairy Tales books and novellas, but this one is my favorite so far. Gillian MacLeod is the quiet, invisible sister who usually goes along with what she’s told. While visiting her sister Fia and brother-in-law Dair she meets John Erly, aka English John, the disowned son of an Earl and Dair’s friend. He is the captain of the guards and trains the men and boys, but he’s still considered an outsider. Gilly thinks he’s the handsomest man she’s ever seen.

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Donna’s Review: Alec Mackenzie’s Art of Seduction by Jennifer Ashley

Donna’s Review: Alec Mackenzie’s Art of Seduction by Jennifer Ashley

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I love the MacKenzies. This book goes back to the earlier MacKenzies who fled Scotland after Culloden. Alec and some of his family are now living in France. He, and his infant daughter, return to London to discover what happened to his brother who may be an English prisoner.

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Donna’s Review: The Highlander is All That by Sabrina York

Donna’s Review: The Highlander is All That by Sabrina York

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I love this book! Anne, Elizabeth, Victoria and Mary live in London with their Aunt Esmeralda as their parents are deceased. They are distantly related to the Scottish Duke of Caithness who would like to see them find husbands. He sends Hamish Robb and Ranald Gunn, Baron of Bower, to watch over them and scrutinize their suitors. Elizabeth is the main heroine, but all the sisters find their true love. It’s one of the things I enjoyed about this book – more than one HEA.

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Donna’s Review: The Devil’s Duke Katharine Ashe

Donna’s Review: The Devil’s Duke Katharine Ashe

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This, in my opinion, is the best book Katharine Ashe has written and she has written some very good ones. We met Gabriel Hume, Duke of Loch Irvine, in the previous 2 books of this series, “The Rogue” and “The Earl”. Those glimpses didn’t begin to scratch the surface of the man you’ll come to know in “The Duke”.

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Donna’s Review: Lady Charlotte’s First Love by Anna Bradley

Donna’s Review: Lady Charlotte’s First Love by Anna Bradley

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Received for Review (Author Copy)
Charlotte Sutherland was in love with her brother-in-law’s cousin, Julian West, but when he joined the army to fight Napoleon, she married the Marquess of Hadley. She didn’t love Hadley as she did Julian and feels guilty over his accidental death from a fall off his horse. She avoids her family by staying to herself and her 3 widowed friends. Her sister and brother-in-law, Ellie and Cam, are very concerned over the places she and her friends go and don’t understand why she won’t come with them to the country estate.

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