Donna’s Review: Passion and Plunder by Collette Cameron

Posted May 25, 2017 by Felicia S in 2017 Read, 5 Wine Glasses, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 4 Comments

Donna’s Review: Passion and Plunder by Collette CameronSource: Author Review Copy

Format: Audiobook

Passion and Plunder by Collette Cameron
Genre: Historical, Romance

Would you sacrifice everything for the person you love, knowing you can never be together?

A desperate Scottish lady

Lydia Farnsworth—the sole surviving heir to the Laird of Tornbury Fortress—has lost nearly everyone she loves. Now her father lies on his deathbed. And as if this isn't dire enough, he's invited men from the surrounding area to a warrior’s contest—the winner to claim Lydia as his bride.

A Scotsman dueling with his past

Alasdair McTavish, son of Craiglocky Keep's war chief, is a seasoned warrior in his own right. So when he's sent to Tornbury to train the Farnsworth soldiers, he's more than equal to the task.

A danger unseen

When a dangerous adversary makes a move against Lydia, a dastardly scheme comes to light, and Alasdair realizes only he can protect Lydia.

Don't miss the 5th installment in this sweeping Highland romance series. Get your copy of Passion and Plunder today!

More Information:
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Series: Highland Heather Romancing a Scot #5

Also by this author: The Wallflower's Wicked Wager

Received for Review (From Author)

This book is tied with “Heartbreak and Honor” as my favorite of this wonderful series. It is also hard to review, as I want to entice you to read it without spoiling this wonderful story with its twists and surprises.

Lydia Farnsworth has lost her mother, brothers and is taking care of her ailing father, the Laird of Tornbury. She worries for her father’s health and also who will be their laird when he dies. She also has to worry about her Uncle Gordon, a sneaky, greedy man who wants Tornbury for himself. Receiving an invitation from Ewan McTavish to a party at Craiglocky Keep, her father insists she go and hopes she looks for a husband while there.

Alasdair and Gregor McTavish are out hunting for the house party when they come across Lydia’s overturned carriage. Alasdair secretly loves Lydia and is furious her uncle is doing nothing to help the women stuck in the carriage. Lydia is relieved when she sees Alasdair as she knows he’ll help them. She also wants him to return to Tornbury with her to become their war chief, at least temporarily.

Alasdair agrees to return home with her and train their men. That’s when the excitement and danger start and secrets are revealed. They do, eventually, get their HEA. Very good book. Thank you for the ARC Collette.

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Overall Rating
5 / 5
Story Rating
5 / 5
Character Rating
5 / 5
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4 responses to “Donna’s Review: Passion and Plunder by Collette Cameron

  1. this is only the second time I’ve seen this book. Great review. Glad you enjoyed it. sounds like it has a lot going on