The author of Desiring the Highlander “entertains with noble self-sacrifice, double deceptions, sizzling attraction, and affectionate meddling” (Publishers Weekly).
Of the seven bold brothers born to defend their Scottish Highlands, Crevan McTiernay is the most restrained. But that doesn’t make him any less passionate . . .
It Begins as a Ploy . . .
When Raelynd Schellden and her sister are caught in the stables with the notorious McTiernay twins, her father sees not scandal, but opportunity. The future of his clan is uncertain, and a double engagement—even under false pretenses—will lend security to his people and protect his beloved daughters from power-mad fools.
. . . and Becomes a Pleasure
But Raelynd’s designated intended interests her far less than his quietly powerful brother Crevan, a man born to lead. Though bound by honor and committed to his sworn duty, Crevan cannot resist a taste of Raelynd’s crimson lips when offered—and then another and another—until the unlikely couple is entangled in both a public deception and each other’s hearts . . .
“A delightful Scottish romp with an array of characters I couldn’t help liking, even the supposed villain turns out to be a charmer. Tempting the Highlander is one those cozy reads that leaves a smile on your face at the end of the book.”—Fresh Fiction
“Reading like a delightful Shakespearean comedy, Sinclair’s latest has humor, passion and sexual tension.”—RT Book Reviews
Great storyline, goo characters!55
I really, really enjoyed this Highlander series until this last book. The story line was a little weak. It still has good characters but just needed more 'umph' and more hot love scenes which didn't happen until practically the end and speaking of the end, it just kinda fizzled out for me. I enjoyed connecting up w/ Laurel & Conner and some of the others again but...just ok:/35
Excellent story, loved every word, didn't want to put it down.55
Truly an enjoyable read. I recommend the book to all fans of Scottish romance.55