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From the National Best Selling Author A Bride Abandoned Lady Jaime Macpherson learned the meaning of betrayal on the Isle of Skye when her beloved Malcolm MacLeod wed another woman to save his inheritance. Her dreams of happiness crushed, she sought refuge in the elegant palace of the Duke of Norfolk. There, desire and intrigue mixed with the haunting music of the lute...aFrom the National Best Selling Author A Bride Abandoned Lady Jaime Macpherson learned the meaning of betrayal on the Isle of Skye when her beloved Malcolm MacLeod wed another woman to save his inheritance. Her dreams of happiness crushed, she sought refuge in the elegant palace of the Duke of Norfolk. There, desire and intrigue mixed with the haunting music of the lute...and the duke's treacherous son sought to make Jaime his. A Passion Unconquered And there Jaime would find Malcolm again, a prisoner in the castle dungeon. In the icy darkness, she learns how to love again. But with England and Scotland at war, her bold scheme to free Malcolm would imperil her own life...though her passion swept her onto a battlefield of blood and tears where only a brave and true heart could save her... "Love triumphs in this richly romantic tale." -Nora Roberts "No one captures the magic and romance of the British Isles like May McGoldrick!" -Miranda Jarrett...

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ISBN : 9781507529294
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 340 Pages
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The Intended Reviews

  • Kathleen Ruggio
    2019-02-01 23:04

    Jaime & MalcolmWhat a great adventure story with a lot of steam. Without giving away anything I can say this was my favorite so far in the series. Jaime was raised by her Aunt Elizabeth Boleyn Macpherson and her husband due to the death of her mother Mary from sphyillus. Her biological father was kept a secret with only a emerald ring on a chain to identify him if ever. Malcolm was also an orphan and raised by Macphersons and was educated and grew into a fine young man. Jaime forever was tagging along as a child and and she grew, also grew to love him romantically. Was their love finally brought to fruition? May McGoldrick can mix history with romance with such expertise. Read and enjoy!

  • Chy
    2019-01-31 23:31

    Oh, boooo! Terribly written. Badly plotted, to comic proportions. Villains that are such caricatures as to not really be serious villains at all. Are we sure she didn’t intend to make this romance satire and some editor goofed?Rating = negative one bottle of wine. ‘Cause that’s how much I’m going to have to drink tonight to get this experience away from me.[Why did you read the whole book then, Chy?]I don’t knoooooow. Save me from myself.Heh. In a way, though, that's kind of a perfect way to kick off Halloween month, ay? Scary.

  • Katie
    2019-02-02 22:16

    Again, so much suspense. Through a series of cliff hangers, Malcolm and Jaime finally get their happily ever after. You have a conniving Catherine with her lust for power and Edward, the male version of Catherine, that try with their foiled plots to ruin Jaime and Malcolm, but goodness and love win out. Another great read in this series. Highly recommend.

  • alvie hoffmann
    2019-01-23 22:11

    Loved the romance & adventure.The historical embellishments were wonderful. Also, these characters came to life just as the ones in the previous novels. The description throughout these books encourages me toward my dream of seeing Scotland.Thank you for painting such glorious pictures with your words. Sincerely,Ms. Alvie [email protected]

  • holly quigley
    2019-02-03 00:05

    Okay, this one was on my kindle and I tried to read it because the premise hit my trope buttons. I made it about 68% in before quitting (and reading the last chapter for closure). Now, coming to the Goodreads page, I see it was a circa 90s Topaz novel, which TOTALLY MAKES SENSE. I might go back and give it another shot with that mind. That said, despite the guilty pleasure catnip points (namely, childhood crush + mistaking-the-virgin-for-a-slut + hero-mortification-and-remorse-at-discovering-this-the-hard-way {huh huh I said "hard way"} STOP JUDGING ME THE FIRST ROMANCE I EVER STOLE FROM MY MOTHER'S NIGHTSTAND WAS A SILHOUETTE NOVEL WITH THAT PLOTLINE I AM A CHILD OF THE 70S OKAY), I couldn't completely work my way past the need for some heavy editing and the ridiculous mary-sue traits of an otherwise likable heroine. Sue me, I pretty much went into this book blind. But the whole King Henry's secret daughter, blessed by fairies thing was the last straw. And then, on top of everything that led up to 2/3rds of the book, the last chapter had battles at sea. CRAZYPANTS. Not necessarily in a bad way, I guess, but I'd have to be in the mood for it. Good points: the author really loved her characters - you can tell. And the misunderstandings were short-lived enough to be tolerable.

  • Lindy Studt
    2019-02-19 17:06

    Jaime Gets Her WayI love stories of star crossed lovers. Jaime runs to English relatives when her Grandfather dies. Without asking her, Edward decides to marry her with or without her consent. It just gets more and more complicated so you have to keep reading.

  • Anneke Koning
    2019-02-07 01:21

    Dit verhaal kon me niet echt boeien... helaas

  • Sandra Patiño
    2019-01-26 21:13

    Aunque está bien planteada la historia, lo medieval no es mi favorito, el libro es inteligente y la historia de amor bonita, pero no me convence del todo.

  • Cheryl Palasky
    2019-02-14 19:25

    Historical Scottish Romance. book 5 in set of 7. Romance, sensuality, suspense, and humor

  • Junior Apprentices
    2019-01-26 19:03

    Good but not as good as 1st 3 books in seriesSeems a bit jumpy to me. Jaimie in the beginning seemed to not address how Malcolm kept on saying ugly words to her. I wouldn't let him do that without addressing it head-on. There's promise for an emotional ride but it never took off for me unlike the first 3 books where the heroines were not only beautiful and smart but brave and with golden hearts as well. Malcolm was hating on her one instant and then realizing he loves her next. And wasn't he supposed to be on his way to find her?

  • BURMA
    2019-02-07 22:25

    The first part is ok; the second is horrible. Boring, all in all.