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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Cecily is an orphan living as a poor relation on her late father’s estate.

She has spent the last 12 years believing that she is a burden to her guardians and has been forgotten by her mother’s family. In an attempt to please her guardians, she has agreed to marry a man of their choosing. Angus wants Artan to travel to his late sister’s estate and bring his niece back to him. He offers to make Artan his heir if he will marry the lass. As the second born son, this is a dream come true for Artan, but he will not agree to marry without meeting Cecily first and deciding if they will suit.

When she sees Artan for the first time, she is captivated. Artan is just as taken with her. He tells her he has been sent to fetch her for her uncle. She has committed to marry and tells Artan that she must think about this before she agrees to go with him. As Artan waits for Cecily to decide, he learns a lot of secrets. Including why Angus has not heard from the lass in 12 years.


He also decides that he wants to marry Cecily – not for the promises that Angus made him, but because he wants her.

When Artan overhears the extent of the betrayal of Cecily’s guardians and the danger she faces, he decides to kidnap her – for her own good. Once Artan takes Cecily away and explains the deceit that she has lived with for years, she agrees to meet with Angus. She is not quite sure she believes the tale Artan has told her – but she decides to trust him anyway. When she learns that her betrothed is in on the deceit against her, she claims to be married to Artan and he confirms this.

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They travel to Angus’ holding and make plans to wed in church, but when Cecily learns what was promised to Artan if he married her – she is heartbroken. Artan doesn’t know how to make things right between them and trouble is not far behind as Sir Fergus is not willing to let his rich prize go. These two have a rough road to their HEA!

The book is well written, steamy, funny, exciting and suspenseful – Artan is a wonderful hero and Cecily is a heroine worth rooting for. I loved this book and would be happy to recommend it to anyone. She really brings to life the highland Hannah Howell is an amazing author. She really brings to life hwnnah highland life in Scotland.

Her characters including the side characters are very well developed and rich, and she infuses the story with a lot of humor and wit. I like my romance to be well high,and with a good story, engaging characters, some action, and of course steamy love scenes. If you like that too, then you’ll enjoy this book and many others she has written. Hannah Howell never disappoints and this particular novel is one of her best.

I don’t want to spoil it for you by giving away plot information, other than to say that I’m big on plot I’m out of there. Hope you enjoy reading this book as much as I did! Too bad I wasn’t able to buy the books in the order in which they were written hnanah they were not available in order.

This happens with other authors with series, as well. Since I have no control over the availability of a book in a series, I hold off reading them until a have 3 or 4 books that are in order. I am assuming the publisher is responsible for the release of the books One person found this bowell. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase.

Sir Artan Murray is persuaded to go south highlandd find Cecily Donaldson, the niece of a dying friend and relative. She is about to be married to a Sir Fergus by relatives who want her fortune for themselves. Sir Artan discovers they plot against her, escapes their castle and takes Cecily back to the Highlands. Sir Fergus follows them, trying to get Cecily back.


During the trip, Sir Artan and Cecily fall in love and are handfasted. Sir Fergus follows them and tries to get to Cecily. They reach the safety of Glascraeg and her uncle Angus, but Sir Fergus enlists a neighboring clan, to attack Glascraeg and get Cecily. Artan is badly injured and Cecily promises “to be a good obedient wife” if he gets to live. Artan recovers and instead of peace they get to sort out their feelings, promises, and ideas of marriage in order to have a future.

Another great Hannah Howell book. Hanna Howell is one of my top favorite Authors. The way she whisks us away to the highlands of scottland with the hardships of wooing male or female. The cost of mistakes, lies, trust, and uncertainty can have on any relationship. The drama and pull each book brings me, thank you! I enjoy almost all of Hannah Howell’s books and this one barbaeian no exception. Artan is sent to collect the niece of the current Laird of the MacReiths.

If he marries her he will one day be the Laird of the highland land he loves and would like to call his home. He goes to ihghland her with the attitude that if he finds her pleasing he will marry her. He finds her more than pleasing and she has her “socks knocked off” when she meets him. Cecily the heroine is rich and doesn’t know it. A horrible man wants to marry her and keep the money her scheming relatives had not managed to spend as they robbed her while she grew up.

Artan is a highland barbarian and there is no doubt he will wallop the daylights out of anyone after Cecily.

An interesting book that you can easily read while relaxing in front of a fire. I haven’t read a Hannah Howell book that I barbarrian loved.

Artan is sent by Angus to bring his niece back to the highlands. When he gets to the lowlands he realizes something is amiss. As he tries to sort things out, he realizes that Sile is in danger. He kidnaps her for her own good.

However, they can’t see eye to eye on this. Now the adventure begins I loved the characters in this story. Artan tries so hard to be conscientious of Sile’s feelings. However, he’s a bit like a bull in a china shop.