Sunday, October 25, 2015

To Desire A Highlander by Sue-Ellen Welfonder

To Desire A Highlander by Sue-Ellen Welfonder

This is book 2 in the Scandalous Scots series.

Lady Gillian MacGuire is dreading the return of her betrothed. Promised to Donell MacDonnell five years ago, she is hoping that she can talk him into releasing her from the betrothal when he returns.  But when she is finally face to face with Donell, he doesn't seem to be the same man. Where the Donell of five years ago repulsed her, this feels nothing but attraction for the Donell before her now.

Roag the Bear has taken on the identity of the deceased Donell MacDonnell because of a mission for the Fenris Guard. He didn't know that the man had a fiance waiting for his return. But after one kiss, Roag is smitten and not ready to give up Gillian.  

What will happen when the truth about his identity is revealed?

I really enjoyed this book. I was intrigued by Roag after reading To Love a Highlander and I was not disappointed by Welfonder's story for him.

Roag had gone undercover many times for the Fenris, but this time was different. He knew that he had a job to do, but because of the way he came to feel for Gillian, he had a hard time justifying his lying to her. It was interesting reading his back in forth with himself. He wanted to reveal the truth to Gillian, but he wasn't allowed to reveal his mission to anyone outside the Fenris group.

Gillian had to be a strong woman to survive growing up with so many brothers. I think her upbringing helped her to be the perfect match for Roag. She knew upon meeting Roag that he wasn't who he said he was and she didn't stay quiet about it.

I can't wait to read the rest of the stories about the members of the Fenris Guard!


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Thanks go out to Grand Central Publishing via NetGalley for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.

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1 comment:

  1. To Love a Highlander was a great book! This looks really good, too! Thanks for the review1

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