Monday, February 22, 2016

Highland Spitfire by Mary Wine

Highland Spitfire by Mary Wine

This is book one in the Highland Weddings series.

The MacPhersons and the Robertsons, two warring clans, are called for a meeting with the Queen's Regent. He is determined to stop the fighting between the clans with a marriage: the son of the McPherson and the daughter of the Robertson. They are married immediately, but are soon living apart with their own families, both determined to get an annulment.

But a meeting at a local fair changes all that. They agree to try and make their marriage work. But can these two people, who have grown up being taught to hate one another, make a real marriage after they were forced together?

I really enjoyed this story!! I liked that Wine had them spend the time right after their marriage separated from one another. If gave them both time to get use to the idea of being married to the enemy and to decide what would be best for their clans.

I really liked Ailis was willing to do anything to save her clan. Once she stepped up, then it kinda forced Bhaic to to do the same.  Once they decided to make a go of their marriage, Ailis did everything in her power to fit into her new life and new clan. Her new clan didn't make is easy on her but she persisted. Love a strong heroine!!

I'm excited to see what Wine has in store for us with the next book in the series. I'm not certain when it will be out, but it is definitely on my to read list!


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

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