Alena has a secret. The secret she hid for the Mackintosh when they were but children shortly before he disappeared. Will they ever find each other again, and if they do will the realize who they are?
Alena also has a decision to make. She can either marry the man she hates or watch as her family is cast out of the clan.
The story unfolds around multiple mysteries to be solved and main characters that evolve more and more with every page. A novel set in the Highlands, the scenery and historical background captured my attention quickly. It is written in dialect, lots of lasses and lads and bluidy hell, but in a way that draws you in instead of making it difficult to read. The wonderful writing and the strong characters stay with you after the book is finished.
Lucas and his brother Jackson, both carrying emotional scars from the war, have been left in a predicament by their Uncle Simon. In order to receive their inheritance, they must both find a wife.
A "typical" romance in my opinion. Two head strong, above the norm females tackle scarred and distant men in an attempt to find true love. While not overly original the story-telling was done well enough to keep me from putting the book down