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  1. says:

    This is probably my only highly rated rant but the one thing that bothered me keeping this from being a 5 star book was a big deal to meLast night around midnight I read a friend's review of this book I had it on my nightstand so I picked it up to see what was so fabulous about itI read til about 1 am I think I made it about 115 pages befo

  2. says:

    I read Captured by the Highlander when it was a new release and had made some notes at the time and marked it as a 4 star read but then never got around to writing the actual review so I’m doing that nowNo fault of the author’s but this wasn’t the story I was expecting it to be because I had assumed it would be a continuation of Ms MacLean’s The Rebel but it didn’t seem connected at all That said I definitely enjoyed this book wh

  3. says:

    So I had decided that since I had finished my book challenge I was going to do a re read of a series that I have loved in the past I am so glad that I chose this one and I have discovered that sometimes I need to go back to the basics in my romance reads This book has reminded me why I fell in love with the romance genre to begin with Main reason #1; Scottish Highlanders Need I say ? LOL I love everything ab

  4. says:

    This was the first novel I read by Julianne MacLean and sadly it will probably be my last The first half of the story was engaging a

  5. says:

    This is one of those books that I sort of hate to like The Butcher is awesome Reading about him was fun Amelia on the other handI und

  6. says:

    Ugh another disappointed bust why are the heroines all of a sudden beyond naive spoiled and annoying? I'm going think on this before I continue

  7. says:

    Mehthis one did not keep me on my highlanderhistorical romance happy cloud I don’t want to marry a warrior I

  8. says:

    Average highland romance didn't care for the heroine H was ok 25 stars

  9. says:

    Duncan The Butcher MacLean is the fiercest warrior in all of Scotland He's known for his savage ways and being

  10. says:

    when i first read the plot of this book i was like Woo it's great i am about to love it but right know after i've finished it i am about Okay i was good but it could've been better As i start reading the book i loved Duncan's character He was as i was imagine a warrior would be but then as the story went ahead

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From bestselling author Julianne MacLean comes the fiery saga of three Highland warriors sworn to protect their homeland and fight for the women they loveThe Enemy in Her BedLady Amelia Sutherland would rather die than surrender to a man like Duncan MacLean He is the fiercest warrior of his clan her people's s. This is probably my only highly rated rant but the one thing that bothered me keeping this from being a 5 star book was a big deal to meLast night around midnight I read a friend s review of this book I had it on my nightstand so I picked it up to see what was so fabulous about itI read til about 1 am I think I made it about 115 pages before I was forced to pry the book out of my own hands and set it aside for the night The book was fantastic all except for one thing The dichotomy that Duncan faces over his dual roles was great His inner turmoil was really well done But the heroine Amelia is so incredibly naive At first I liked that part of her since it made sense But the in depth we got into the story the she kept trying to get him to lay down his weapons and not fight anyThis bothers me for a few reasons At several points everything she has ever believed in is thrown into uestion Amelia is forced to throw off her blinders of polite English society and realize she s been kept uite sheltered She is forced to see her fiance in a new light She is forced to see the whole of the British army the Scots and even her father a great soldier all in a new light The minute she recognizes that her father had been a soldier and had than likely killed people I really thought she d get it That fighting is sometimes necessary Especially during the Jacobite Risings The reasoning was that she wanted him to stop being The Butcher and to start living and move on The reasoning wasn t bad but it was very black and white She had no understanding at all of the fact that while she hated war she and he had no choice in the matter he might have to fight At one point she is nearly raped by a British officer and his soldiers that she d run to for help I liked how she finally FINALLY understood that it was possible her precious Redcoats weren t all men of honor I thought for sure she d finally get over telling him to stop fighting But no She kept on with her telling him not to take his vengeance out on a man her fiance Bennett who had raped and murdered Duncan s wife to beI get that she was looking out for him and she wanted him to be safe she wanted to help him save his soul from the dark I liked that but she never relented She cost him a good friend and while he d always been divided on how to gain peace for Scotland or at least his role in that endeavor Amelia had helped him realize he didn t want to fight any I think that s such a naive viewpoint for that time period especially by a Highland laird who was nicknamed the Butcher Idealism is one thing but the idea that she was okay letting her ex fiance continue raping and killing and murdering made me so angry She had almost been raped and yet she was willing to subject other women to that Duncan only wanted a fair fight with Bennett and she wanted to let him be When Bennett actually came to get her back she felt if she told him she was happy with Duncan that he would only want what was best for her and go on his merry way Are you kidding me This was towards the end when Amelia had become worldly and supposedly grown up she even admitted she saw lies in Bennett s eyes yet she still was all let the courts take care of him Even her Uncle told her he d probably get acuitted She still couldn t trust Duncan to do his duty to Scotland to protect his people to be laird She actually told him she would only marry him if he laid down his weaponsI really enjoyed Duncanuntil he got to their destination won t spoil because you might guess the twist I felt like he changed from this very sure warrior to what Amelia wanted him to be I m very big on respecting one s partner s wishes but also not changing yourself to be what they want I felt that s what Duncan did The witty banter was fun and cute but felt way too contemporary Many authors have well written historicals without the accents so it s not that I necessarily need a Scottish accent but I don t want to read an historical romance that feels modernMoving on the book is very easy to get caught up in The story is an enjoyable one and I liked the constant teasing of Amelia by Duncan How long was I asleepOver and hour the Butcher repliedAn hour Surely notAye You were moaning my name and saying Oh Duncan yes Duncan yes yes Again again and at the beginning when he steals her from her bed he gags her Behind the gag she is trying to tell him that she won t scream if he takes it off His response to her unintelligible sounds What was that You think I m very wise Aye I think so tooSo my final verdict I really did enjoy this book up til the end And I would absolutely recommend it to others I just had that one thing that really bothered me But I still rated it a 4 which makes it a good book for me I read it straight through lack of sleep and lots of coffee were side affects of this book Petals Drifting up to see what was so fabulous about itI read til about 1 am I think I made it about 115 pages before I was forced to pry the book out of my own hands and set it aside for the night The book was fantastic all except for one thing The dichotomy that Duncan faces over his dual roles was great His inner turmoil was really well done But the heroine Amelia is so incredibly naive At first I liked that part of her since it made sense But the in depth we got into the story the she kept trying to get him to lay down his weapons and not fight anyThis bothers me for a few reasons At several points everything she has ever believed in is thrown into Quyn S uestion Amelia is forced to throw off her blinders of polite English society and realize she s been kept An Introduction To The Old Testament Prophetic Books uite sheltered She is forced to see her fiance in a new light She is forced to see the whole of the British army the Scots and even her father a great soldier all in a new light The minute she recognizes that her father had been a soldier and had than likely killed people I really thought she d get it That fighting is sometimes necessary Especially during the Jacobite Risings The reasoning was that she wanted him to stop being The Butcher and to start living and move on The reasoning wasn t bad but it was very black and white She had no Kate Douglas understanding at all of the fact that while she hated war she and he had no choice in the matter he might have to fight At one point she is nearly raped by a British officer and his soldiers that she d run to for help I liked how she finally FINALLY Snake Charmer understood that it was possible her precious Redcoats weren t all men of honor I thought for sure she d finally get over telling him to stop fighting But no She kept on with her telling him not to take his vengeance out on a man her fiance Bennett who had raped and murdered Duncan s wife to beI get that she was looking out for him and she wanted him to be safe she wanted to help him save his soul from the dark I liked that but she never relented She cost him a good friend and while he d always been divided on how to gain peace for Scotland or at least his role in that endeavor Amelia had helped him realize he didn t want to fight any I think that s such a naive viewpoint for that time period especially by a Highland laird who was nicknamed the Butcher Idealism is one thing but the idea that she was okay letting her ex fiance continue raping and killing and murdering made me so angry She had almost been raped and yet she was willing to subject other women to that Duncan only wanted a fair fight with Bennett and she wanted to let him be When Bennett actually came to get her back she felt if she told him she was happy with Duncan that he would only want what was best for her and go on his merry way Are you kidding me This was towards the end when Amelia had become worldly and supposedly grown Selected Poems up she even admitted she saw lies in Bennett s eyes yet she still was all let the courts take care of him Even her Uncle told her he d probably get acuitted She still couldn t trust Duncan to do his duty to Scotland to protect his people to be laird She actually told him she would only marry him if he laid down his weaponsI really enjoyed Duncanuntil he got to their destination won t spoil because you might guess the twist I felt like he changed from this very sure warrior to what Amelia wanted him to be I m very big on respecting one s partner s wishes but also not changing yourself to be what they want I felt that s what Duncan did The witty banter was fun and cute but felt way too contemporary Many authors have well written historicals without the accents so it s not that I necessarily need a Scottish accent but I don t want to read an historical romance that feels modernMoving on the book is very easy to get caught Degas And The Little Dancer up in The story is an enjoyable one and I liked the constant teasing of Amelia by Duncan How long was I asleepOver and hour the Butcher repliedAn hour Surely notAye You were moaning my name and saying Oh Duncan yes Duncan yes yes Again again and at the beginning when he steals her from her bed he gags her Behind the gag she is trying to tell him that she won t scream if he takes it off His response to her Takeout Menu Organizer unintelligible sounds What was that You think I m very wise Aye I think so tooSo my final verdict I really did enjoy this book Secrets From The Grave up til the end And I would absolutely recommend it to others I just had that one thing that really bothered me But I still rated it a 4 which makes it a good book for me I read it straight through lack of sleep and lots of coffee were side affects of this book

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Captured by the Highlander

Worn enemy and tonight he is standing over her bed Eyes blazing muscles taut and battle axe gleaming MacLean has come to kill Amelia's fiancé But once he sees the lovely innocent Amelia he decides to take her insteadThe Lover in His ArmsStealing the young bride to be is the perfect revenge against the man who. Ugh another disappointed bust why are the heroines all of a sudden beyond naive spoiled and annoying I m going think on this before I continue

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Murdered Duncan's one true love But Lady Amelia turns out to be than a pawn of vengeance and war This brave beautiful woman touches something deep in Duncan's soul that is even powerful than a warrior's fury But when Amelia begins to fall in love with her captor and surrenders in his arms the real battle begi. Average highland romance didn t care for the heroine H was ok 25 stars