The Trouble With Highlanders by Mary Wine

The Trouble with Highlanders (Highlander, #5)
Grade-B
Hotness Level-Inferno
Kink Level-None
Series-Highlanders #5
Reviewed by Mary Wine

This fifth installment in Wine’s series is a great read. Everything it should be: funny, suspenseful, hot and Scottish. Scottish Highlander romance is my favorite in the historical genre. The hero is Norris Sutherland, an earl’s son.The heroine is a fallen woman, Daphne Macleod. Norris was instrumental in her ruining so she could escape a loveless marriage to a man she considered her friend.

Norris has never forgotten the girl he deflowered and he desires seeing her any chance he has. He needs to marry to advance his clan but is so hesitant. Daphne is his choice but she is without a dowry on top of her fallen woman status. She accepts her decision at ruining herself but doesn’t want Norris to let his clan done with there being no advantage to their match.

I love this series. I have read every one and will continue to do so. If you want to start them I would suggest doing so with McJames series before this one since I think they blend together.

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