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Liam Cameron is certain he's died and gone to heaven when he opens his eyes to the angel before him. But the pain that wracks his body proves he is still earth-bound. Keira Murray MacKail saved Liam's life --- and he has some enticing ways he would like to thank her. Soon, lust gives way to a feeling much more profound for a woman whose battles he wants to fight ... though Liam Cameron is certain he's died and gone to heaven when he opens his eyes to the angel before him. But the pain that wracks his body proves he is still earth-bound. Keira Murray MacKail saved Liam's life --- and he has some enticing ways he would like to thank her. Soon, lust gives way to a feeling much more profound for a woman whose battles he wants to fight ... though he fears the most difficult one will be for her heart ... Keira quickly learns that Liam has danger chasing him. As her healing kindness frees him to tell his tale, she confides the trouble that plagues her: she is a laird's widow now responsible for saving a small village pillaged by cruel invaders. But even as Liam makes the crusade to reclaim her lands his own, he will face a far greater challenge to win her trust --- and her love --- for all time ...


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Liam Cameron is certain he's died and gone to heaven when he opens his eyes to the angel before him. But the pain that wracks his body proves he is still earth-bound. Keira Murray MacKail saved Liam's life --- and he has some enticing ways he would like to thank her. Soon, lust gives way to a feeling much more profound for a woman whose battles he wants to fight ... though Liam Cameron is certain he's died and gone to heaven when he opens his eyes to the angel before him. But the pain that wracks his body proves he is still earth-bound. Keira Murray MacKail saved Liam's life --- and he has some enticing ways he would like to thank her. Soon, lust gives way to a feeling much more profound for a woman whose battles he wants to fight ... though he fears the most difficult one will be for her heart ... Keira quickly learns that Liam has danger chasing him. As her healing kindness frees him to tell his tale, she confides the trouble that plagues her: she is a laird's widow now responsible for saving a small village pillaged by cruel invaders. But even as Liam makes the crusade to reclaim her lands his own, he will face a far greater challenge to win her trust --- and her love --- for all time ...

30 review for Highland Champion

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I wasn't going to write a review for this book. I read it as a palate cleanser after reading something deeper and much more thought-provoking. After all, a romance novel doesn't require much thought, and I enjoy historical romances, but this was absolute crap. I understand an author's desire, when writing anything historical, to want to be as accurate as possible, but to have all the dialogue in Highland Scots was distracting and unnecessary. If these people were as highborn as the author claims I wasn't going to write a review for this book. I read it as a palate cleanser after reading something deeper and much more thought-provoking. After all, a romance novel doesn't require much thought, and I enjoy historical romances, but this was absolute crap. I understand an author's desire, when writing anything historical, to want to be as accurate as possible, but to have all the dialogue in Highland Scots was distracting and unnecessary. If these people were as highborn as the author claims they are, then should they all be speaking with such a low accent anyway? Now an occasional "cannae" or "och" is fine, but all of the dialogue was in dialect. All of it. I also expect a bit of misogyny in romance novels; after all, they are aimed at women who are trying to hide from their lives in a fantasy where they are swept off their feet by a knight in shining armor, but come on, this book was ridiculous. Everyone tells Keira what a wonderful laird she will be of Ardgleann and how well respected and loved she is by the people there, and in the next breath insist she marry Liam because having a male laird will just be better. Oh, and Liam. Liam Liam Liam, who can only think about getting her pregnant before battle "just in case" when she is thinking more pragmatically about the battle itself and the future of her land. Does she want babies? We don't even find out until later, but what if she didn't? The one ray of hope I had for this book was that Keira was a widow. "Oh!" I thought, "none of this penetrating the maidenhood crap!" Oh but no, her marriage was never consummated so of course she's a virgin. For once, I'd like to read a romance novel with an experienced woman, not a wilting, submissive stereotype of a virgin. And FYI to all romance writers out there: not all women have vaginal orgasms, an no woman ever has an orgasm every single time she has sex, especially the first time. Find me the woman who claims to and I show you a liar.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Julia David

    I was happy to find one of the Murray family stories I had not read yet. Liam wakes up to find a beautiful woman tending to his injuries. Keira found Liam after he was beaten by several men. No one is quite sure why the beating, but he had quite a few injuries and a broken leg. Keira is hiding at a monastery while she recovers from injuries too. She is also a gifted healer. Keira has not let her family know where she is or that she is even alive. Liam does attract the attention of a lot of women I was happy to find one of the Murray family stories I had not read yet. Liam wakes up to find a beautiful woman tending to his injuries. Keira found Liam after he was beaten by several men. No one is quite sure why the beating, but he had quite a few injuries and a broken leg. Keira is hiding at a monastery while she recovers from injuries too. She is also a gifted healer. Keira has not let her family know where she is or that she is even alive. Liam does attract the attention of a lot of women and one is particular is really causing him trouble. She is probably responsible for his current injuries. As Liam and Keira flee to Liam's family, he discovers exactly why she had been hiding. As they grow closer, Keira knows that Liam will not be able to stay true to her. Liam has always had a code. He knew when he found the right woman, he would marry and stay true. He just can't convince Keira that he will be true.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gail Koger

    A rip roaring tale with some hot romance thrown in.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cruth

    "She was beautiful in a way that grew more evident the longer one looked at her." p.126, loc.1675 Author: Hannah Howell First published: 2005 Length: 380 pages, 3458 locations Setting: Scotland, 1475. Paranormal: Light paranormal - Kiera has a healing touch. She can remove pain and "see" what's wrong. Sex: explicit and more descriptive than previous books. First time post marriage. Heroine: a (view spoiler)[virgin (hide spoiler)] widow who's late husband was distant. After the BadGuy takes her keep and "She was beautiful in a way that grew more evident the longer one looked at her." p.126, loc.1675 Author: Hannah Howell First published: 2005 Length: 380 pages, 3458 locations Setting: Scotland, 1475. Paranormal: Light paranormal - Kiera has a healing touch. She can remove pain and "see" what's wrong. Sex: explicit and more descriptive than previous books. First time post marriage. Heroine: a (view spoiler)[virgin (hide spoiler)] widow who's late husband was distant. After the BadGuy takes her keep and kills her husband, she is beaten and almost raped. Series: Book 11 of Howell's Murray series. Book 2 of Cameron family sub-series (although sister Isla had her story told in "Highland Groom", cousin Ewan had his in "Highland Warrior"). Includes: Murray family tree. Excerpt from "Highland Lover" by Hannah Howell. Yeah, yeah. Another of Hannah Howell's Medieval series. It is just possible I am overdoing my Howell binge... but I don't think so. I'm still enjoying them. Another solid Medieval from Hannah Howell. "Highland Champion" is a little more bloodthirsty than others with vivid imagery of the after effects of the sacking, and the lives of the people while under the BadGuy's thumb. But the background theme of trust, beauty, and self-belief gives a lighter touch. It works well and is an enjoyable read. My only complaint is the lack of grovel from Kiera. Given her continual lack of trust, I wanted a more satisfying Road to Forgiveness. We expect it from our Heroes, I wanted it from my heroine. A nice addition which leads well into further reading of her series. Murray Family: (view spoiler)[Three brothers – the patriarchs of the Murray Family Book 1 Highland Promise - Balfour Murray and Maldie Kirkcaldy (1430) Book 2 Highland Honor - Nigel Murray and Gisele Deveau (1437) Book 3 Highland Destiny - Eric Murray and Bethia Drummond (1444) The daughters: Book 4 Highland Vow - Elspeth Murray and Cormac Armstrong (1456) Book 5 Highland Knight - Avery Murray and Cameron MacAlpin (1458) Book 6 Highland Bride - Gillyanne Murray + Conor MacEnroy (1465) Relatives/grandchildren: (hide spoiler)] Book 7 Highland Angel - Payton Murray and Kirstie Maclye (1468) Book 8 Highland Groom - Ilsa Cameron and Dairmot MacEnroy (1471) Book 9 Highland Warrior - Fiona MacEnroy and Ewan MacFingal (1472) Book 10 Highland Conqueror - Sigimor Cameron and Jolene Girard (1473) Book 11 Highland Champion - Kiera Murray MacKail and Liam Cameron (1475) Book 12 Highland Lover - Alana Murray and Gregor MacFingal (1475) References: Author's website: http://hannahhowell.com/ (ISBN 0821777580) -CR-

  5. 4 out of 5

    Paraphrodite

    3.5 stars. This one is about Liam Cameron, the too-good looking Cameron cousin who had studied in a monastery for a few years. As the book started, he was seriously beaten by unknown assailants and then rescued by our heroine, Keira. Keira is a Murray with special healing abilities and was herself healing from injuries inflicted by the man who killed her husband. Liam vowed to champion Keira in taking back her husband's holdings And so with the help of Liam's cousins, the Camerons and the MacFinga 3.5 stars. This one is about Liam Cameron, the too-good looking Cameron cousin who had studied in a monastery for a few years. As the book started, he was seriously beaten by unknown assailants and then rescued by our heroine, Keira. Keira is a Murray with special healing abilities and was herself healing from injuries inflicted by the man who killed her husband. Liam vowed to champion Keira in taking back her husband's holdings And so with the help of Liam's cousins, the Camerons and the MacFingals, as well as Keira's Murray brothers, they planned their attack... There's a bit of a side-story with Liam being pursued by a woman who claimed they were lovers and Keira having doubts about Liam's commitment to her. I found this part a bit silly, but it did precipitated their meeting. Overall, another fun Scottish Highlander romp.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    Book #2 of the series, and I'm hooked! I adore the series. The characters seem completely real. You can't help but feel for Keira, and can't help by love Liam. Howell describes the surroundings so well that you feel like you're there, back in time, watching all of it unfold before you. The action was great in all scenes, whether a fight or between Liam and Keira. Excellent novel, can't wait to get #3! Book #2 of the series, and I'm hooked! I adore the series. The characters seem completely real. You can't help but feel for Keira, and can't help by love Liam. Howell describes the surroundings so well that you feel like you're there, back in time, watching all of it unfold before you. The action was great in all scenes, whether a fight or between Liam and Keira. Excellent novel, can't wait to get #3!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    This is the 11th book in the Murray family series. Liam woke up from being horribly beaten. The first thing he sees is Keira a woman who turns out to be a healer. He is smitten with her immediately. But their courtship is not without trials and war. His past is knocking on his door. Her past is brutal and with much violence but she must go back and save the people from her dead husbands keep. A viscous knight has stolen the keep that is now hers. Both working together they just might right the m This is the 11th book in the Murray family series. Liam woke up from being horribly beaten. The first thing he sees is Keira a woman who turns out to be a healer. He is smitten with her immediately. But their courtship is not without trials and war. His past is knocking on his door. Her past is brutal and with much violence but she must go back and save the people from her dead husbands keep. A viscous knight has stolen the keep that is now hers. Both working together they just might right the many wrongs. And the journey is not without the rest of the clans coming to join them. I had read this years ago and loved it then.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Elizabeth

    I enjoyed this so much. Such a sweet little story, and the characters were really wonderful to read. The plot twisted a lot, and so it felt a little longer than I expected, but still very enjoyable. <3

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Wesserling

    Hannah and Highland Hannah and Highland together always is a winning combination. She knows how to create a flawed, but perfect Scottish Hero to match with a vulnerable, yet strong Scottish woman.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Linda Sanko

    Fantastic I loved the book from start to finish. The characters were real and situations believable. The only thing I didn't like was the cover. How can you put a blonde when the heroine has black hair? Fantastic I loved the book from start to finish. The characters were real and situations believable. The only thing I didn't like was the cover. How can you put a blonde when the heroine has black hair?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    Hannah Howell always delivers a delightful tale. Since I started reading her books over the last decade +, she has always been able to take me to historical Scotland and deliver a wonderful romance. LOVE her stories!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Juanita Morgan

    So glad Liam found his match!! I love the quirky, lovable characters we meet in every one of these books!! I also love the hope created by the accomplishments of these quirky underdogs!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Martha

    This was along with one of the first Hannah Howell Books I read. I did not read in any order and it does pay to read in order as it is easier to follow the characters especially if you go back to read the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marie Andersson

    A hot Scot?Yes please!😘😚😍

  15. 5 out of 5

    Joann

    Great book Really good book. Wish there was more healing and less sexual content. It didn't balance out well. The story line was good Great book Really good book. Wish there was more healing and less sexual content. It didn't balance out well. The story line was good

  16. 5 out of 5

    Claudia Vanden

    I really liked this book( and I read a lot of highlanders romances. Good story and great believable likable characters.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lady Whitbrooke

    Felt it was kinda cheesy, did not care for it, it was difficult to finish.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Allen

    I loved reading this book. Hannah Howell writes so well that I laughed and cried through this book. Can't wait to read more. I loved reading this book. Hannah Howell writes so well that I laughed and cried through this book. Can't wait to read more.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laurla2

    "that glare had been so sharp he was surprised he was not bleeding." "give up the guilt keira. ye are the only one who thinks ye have earned it." "that glare had been so sharp he was surprised he was not bleeding." "give up the guilt keira. ye are the only one who thinks ye have earned it."

  20. 4 out of 5

    Paranormal Romance

    When the hero awakens after being attacked and badly beaten, it's to the horrible pain surrounding his entire body but also to the vision of an angel standing next to the bed. After receiving a dream of a man in need of her help, the heroine found him broken body and brought him back to her cottage. He knows that without her help he would have been a dead man but that sense of thankfulness doesn't explain his sudden and passionate need to have this woman for his own. She is beautiful yes but she When the hero awakens after being attacked and badly beaten, it's to the horrible pain surrounding his entire body but also to the vision of an angel standing next to the bed. After receiving a dream of a man in need of her help, the heroine found him broken body and brought him back to her cottage. He knows that without her help he would have been a dead man but that sense of thankfulness doesn't explain his sudden and passionate need to have this woman for his own. She is beautiful yes but she is magically, healing his leg with her touch and healing his heart with her soft words. He decides right then that he will court her and try to make her love him in return. But it's not all that ease. Not taking into consideration his far lower class than hers, he is not exactly rich or worth much more than his hansom face. And the heroine herself is full of insecurities and burdens left on her after her husbands murder. And when she saw the hero she saw a beautiful man to be sure but she also saw a man who was sweet and kind and whom she could talk to. But when they are chased from her home by a jealous husband whose wife has taken into her mind to be with the hero she finds herself disappointed to realize he is the same as all other men. Indeed he seems to have slept his way through most of the female population as everywhere she turns another lover is making her presence known. The hero is frustrated by the past resurfacing to interfere with his relationship with the little healer but there's also the amusement to be had at the anger that's obviously brewing beneath the surface. He enjoys teasing her and baiting her into losing that temper because it means she feels something for him. The heroine may be jealous by the heros many conquests but she's more insecure than anything. Her own husband never wanted her, why should this beautiful man be any different? But when if comes to light the time they spent alone in the cottage, it's forced on them by her brothers that marriage is necessary. She doesn't want to marry because she feels she's trapping this man into a loveless marriage because he obviously doesn't desire her. It's the hero's reluctance to treat her like any other woman that puts these thoughts into her head but their marriage bed shows something completely different. They are consumed and come to have a very healthy relationship. But it's the heroine's old insecurities that cannot be pushed under the rug. It seems defeating her husbands murderer and reclaiming her castle is easier than trusting her husband love and desire for her. But the hero has had enough and vows to put these doubts to rest once and for all. There was definitely a disconnect somewhere in the book because it never really caught my attention. First of all, it was extremely long, longer than I felt it needed to be considering the content. Secondly, it wasn't exciting or passionate or anything grand. It was a basic romance, set in Scotland about a man and woman finding love and finding trust in that love once they have it. I did admire the authors commitment to the time period and her constant dialect that showed the Scottish accent but I found the writing to be a little to boring for my tastes. There wasn't anything wrong with the heroine character or with the hero's character. I found them both to be finely developed if a bit on the predictable side and I did enjoy the patience the hero had for the heroine's insecure ways and hot and cold sexuality. Perhaps not the best example of historical romance but I can't say it was bad.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Zel Polev

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Low points for its blandness and lack of originality. I wish there were more variety in the Murray Family books but there really isn't. The characters are all beautiful. The females fall in love quickly. The characters aren't sure of each other's feelings. They declare love for each other in the end. This pretty much applies to every book in the series, which says a lot about this book. The story revolves around Keira and Liam. Keira is a widower and a virgin. She didn't have to be and it was un Low points for its blandness and lack of originality. I wish there were more variety in the Murray Family books but there really isn't. The characters are all beautiful. The females fall in love quickly. The characters aren't sure of each other's feelings. They declare love for each other in the end. This pretty much applies to every book in the series, which says a lot about this book. The story revolves around Keira and Liam. Keira is a widower and a virgin. She didn't have to be and it was unnecessary. I felt it had to accommodate the need for women to be virgins and it didn't really add much to the story. Her husband is pretty messed up and viewed sex as sinful, therefore, he couldn't go through with it. Her husband had been murdered in order for the keep to be captured. She escaped and met Liam. Liam had been badly beaten. She nursed him back to health. They escaped together when Liam's stalker showed up. Liam offered to escort Keira back to her keep and protect her. They ended up getting married when Keira's family showed up and demanded they be married in virtue of Keira's compromised state. They return to Keira's keep to find it in a bad state. A lot of men are murdered and a lot of women are raped. They fight the bad guys and win. Liam adjusts to being a laird and Keira deals with the stalker when she showed up again. It turned out, she believed her husband cheated on her with her sister. The sister also said that she had an affair with Liam. After being rejected by Liam, she felt slighted and ordered his beating. Now, she is pitting her husband and Liam against each other. Her husband didn't cheat on her but was deeply hurt by her actions. The low ratings are solely for the lack of variety in these books. It feels as though you can transpose any heroine or hero in these books and they would turn out the same. It is a shame and I felt it is a disservice to her characters who are just copies of each other. There really isn't much to their characters except the differences in their name. Nothing much is delved beyond their beauty and goodness. This is in contrast to the villain, who is almost always mad. I'm glad that this book at least acknowledged that some are sane and evil.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Elle

    Liam, the jealousy inspiring lass-magnet from previous books in the series, is our hero here. He finds himself bedridden, having been beaten and left for dead by a gang of thugs who did not apparently have robbery on their minds. He wakes to the face of an angel, and is, of course, instantly fascinated. Kiera Murray MacKail has problems of her own. Her husband, a sweet, but far too generous man, opened his home to a villain who promptly killed him, tried to rape Kiera, and now bleeds her husband Liam, the jealousy inspiring lass-magnet from previous books in the series, is our hero here. He finds himself bedridden, having been beaten and left for dead by a gang of thugs who did not apparently have robbery on their minds. He wakes to the face of an angel, and is, of course, instantly fascinated. Kiera Murray MacKail has problems of her own. Her husband, a sweet, but far too generous man, opened his home to a villain who promptly killed him, tried to rape Kiera, and now bleeds her husband's estate dry. She is honor-bound to try to win the lands and people back. Badly wounded during her escape, she has come to a small cottage outside her cousin's monastery to heal and plan. When she finds Liam, she brings him back to heal him and is, of course, instantly fascinated. She is put off, though, by his past; his skirt-chasing has caught up with him with a vengeance, making it impossible for Liam to convince Kiera that he is honorable or potentially faithful. Keira is especially troubled by this because she has a history that makes her doubt her appeal for men. The fight to win her husband's lands works as a good plot arc, an adventure story on which to hang the more ordinary romance.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kathrynn

    Liam is a Cameron--one of Sigimor's ("Highland Conqueror") younger brothers. You can read these in any order. Don't even try to read these by publishing date because the author did not write these in sequential order. Her website doesn't put them in any order either; some are not included on her website at all (go figure?) She states they can all be read as stand alones. FYI There are several other Cameron siblings/stories: 1. Highland Groom is with Ilsa (the only sister to all those Cameron bro Liam is a Cameron--one of Sigimor's ("Highland Conqueror") younger brothers. You can read these in any order. Don't even try to read these by publishing date because the author did not write these in sequential order. Her website doesn't put them in any order either; some are not included on her website at all (go figure?) She states they can all be read as stand alones. FYI There are several other Cameron siblings/stories: 1. Highland Groom is with Ilsa (the only sister to all those Cameron brothers) which was written before Sigimor's story. 2. Highland Lover is with Gregor Cameron and Alana Murray Etc. Back to the review: Liam is another of the "good looking" Cameron boys, he's almost killed and rescued by Keira Murray (another of Eric and Bethia's kids--"Highland Promise." Keira is also a healer of sorts. She's in hiding next to a monestary at the time. Wonderful story. Since I have not read all of Ms. Howells books I can't put them in order, but I recommend: 1. Highland Promise should be read first 2. Highland Conqueror should be read second **these two start a bunch of stories that can be read in any order.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tami

    My favorite of the whole series.!! I've loved Liam's character in the previous books as well. Kiera's character and Liam's were a perfect match in this story. I like that it takes Kiera so long to accept him. It's more realistic. I'd be a little hesitant too. The only thing that didn't make sense to me that This book and the next book, Highland Lover, took place at the same time and the girls are twins, but Kiera is 21 and Alana is 22..?? I don't get that. Oh, and... Kiera referred Elspeth as he My favorite of the whole series.!! I've loved Liam's character in the previous books as well. Kiera's character and Liam's were a perfect match in this story. I like that it takes Kiera so long to accept him. It's more realistic. I'd be a little hesitant too. The only thing that didn't make sense to me that This book and the next book, Highland Lover, took place at the same time and the girls are twins, but Kiera is 21 and Alana is 22..?? I don't get that. Oh, and... Kiera referred Elspeth as her cousin... but if Maldie is her grandmother, which she said she was, that would make Elspeth her Aunt.. right? I also enjoy Kiera's older brother's (Twins) Lucas and Artan in this book as well as Highland Lover. They are hilarious and the confrontations between the sisters and their brothers is too funny.

  25. 5 out of 5

    K

    After taking a break from historical romance, I decided to return w/ the Murray family saga and start where I left off. Unfortunately, after such a long break between this book and the last, I forgot many of the characters and their connection to each other. Although the story can be read as a stand alone, it took me awhile to remember the characters and fully appreciate the references. Although I thought the story started slow, I ended up enjoying it and found it an easy, fun read overall. I re After taking a break from historical romance, I decided to return w/ the Murray family saga and start where I left off. Unfortunately, after such a long break between this book and the last, I forgot many of the characters and their connection to each other. Although the story can be read as a stand alone, it took me awhile to remember the characters and fully appreciate the references. Although I thought the story started slow, I ended up enjoying it and found it an easy, fun read overall. I really liked Liam and Kiera's characters and thought they were well matched. I also appreciated the humor and antics. Depsite this, I found the story lacking in some areas, hence the 3 star rating. I would still recommend this book and the series to other readers, and look forward to the next book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Christina Adams

    This is the 11th book in the Murray family series. Liam woke up from being horribly beaten. The first thing he sees is Keira a woman who turns out to be a healer. He is smitten with her immediately. But their courtship is not without trials and war. His past is knocking on his door. Her past is brutal and with much violence but she must go back and save the people from her dead husbands keep. A viscous knight has stolen the keep that is now hers. Both working together they just might right the m This is the 11th book in the Murray family series. Liam woke up from being horribly beaten. The first thing he sees is Keira a woman who turns out to be a healer. He is smitten with her immediately. But their courtship is not without trials and war. His past is knocking on his door. Her past is brutal and with much violence but she must go back and save the people from her dead husbands keep. A viscous knight has stolen the keep that is now hers. Both working together they just might right the many wrongs. And the journey is not without the rest of the clans coming to join them. I had read this years ago and loved it then. I listened to this and enjoyed the journey given by the narrator.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia A. Call

    Did Liam and Lady Kiera Triumph Over Their Enemies! Keira had married the man of her choice, but 3months later their keep had been attacked, her husband butchered and taken over by the evil Lord who beat her and tried to rape her She escaped to a monetary to heal. Later she found Liam a handsome warrior that had been beaten and his leg broken..Just a found number the monastery and brought him back to health. When her family found out she'd spent a month in a house together, they insisted that the Did Liam and Lady Kiera Triumph Over Their Enemies! Keira had married the man of her choice, but 3months later their keep had been attacked, her husband butchered and taken over by the evil Lord who beat her and tried to rape her She escaped to a monetary to heal. Later she found Liam a handsome warrior that had been beaten and his leg broken..Just a found number the monastery and brought him back to health. When her family found out she'd spent a month in a house together, they insisted that they wed. Then they have an even bigger adventure. I did enjoy reading this book. If you like historic romances then you should really like it

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mariah

    I thought this book was verrae good. It held actions and secrets as well as hard-headed characters. Although Kiera is intelligent she happens to overthink things I believe she was a perfect match to our fearless warrior - just when I started thinking I needed to reach into the book and rap upon a couple of heads they have into their feelings with fiery passion. I would also like to make a note about Sigimor, he's terrifying with his strange behaviors and stealthy ways, never would I wish to get I thought this book was verrae good. It held actions and secrets as well as hard-headed characters. Although Kiera is intelligent she happens to overthink things I believe she was a perfect match to our fearless warrior - just when I started thinking I needed to reach into the book and rap upon a couple of heads they have into their feelings with fiery passion. I would also like to make a note about Sigimor, he's terrifying with his strange behaviors and stealthy ways, never would I wish to get upon his bad side. Sigimor is one awesome badass that I'd like to meet one day.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This has to be one of Howell's most wordy books out there. Not a whole lot of action goes on but there sure is a lot of tongue wagging. Not to mention Keira's most interesting healing ability that leaves her ravenous after using it. The only thing that really irritated me (besides the wordiness) was Keira's utter lack of trust in Liam. It really was wearing me thin. Not one of Howell's best, but not a bad read. This has to be one of Howell's most wordy books out there. Not a whole lot of action goes on but there sure is a lot of tongue wagging. Not to mention Keira's most interesting healing ability that leaves her ravenous after using it. The only thing that really irritated me (besides the wordiness) was Keira's utter lack of trust in Liam. It really was wearing me thin. Not one of Howell's best, but not a bad read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Staci

    A decent historical romance set in medieval Scotland. Both the hero and the heroine are a bit weaker than their counterparts in the following book, Highland Lover, but they're not annoyingly weak; the hero has been seriously injured when the novel starts and remains injured for a good portion of the novel while the heroine's weakness is explained by the fact that she can play the elegant lady a bit more than the heroine in Highland Lover. Both books are quite good. A decent historical romance set in medieval Scotland. Both the hero and the heroine are a bit weaker than their counterparts in the following book, Highland Lover, but they're not annoyingly weak; the hero has been seriously injured when the novel starts and remains injured for a good portion of the novel while the heroine's weakness is explained by the fact that she can play the elegant lady a bit more than the heroine in Highland Lover. Both books are quite good.

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