The Highlander Takes a Bride

A bold, seductive laird meets his passionate match in a scintillating Highland romance from New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands

Sword fighting, swearing, and riding astride come naturally to Saidh Buchanan. Simpering and holding her tongue— definitely not. Raised alongside seven boisterous brothers, Saidh has little interest in saddling herself with a husband . . . until she glimpses the new Laird MacDonnell bathing naked in the loch. Though she’s far from a proper lady, the brawny Highlander makes Saidh feel every inch a woman.

She has an angel’s looks, a warrior’s temper, and seeks out his kisses with wanton eagerness. Little wonder that Greer is intrigued by his comely guest. When reckless desire overtakes them, he’s more than willing to make an honest woman of her. But Saidh is the target of a hidden enemy, and Greer faces the battle of his life to safeguard the woman he wants above all others.

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3 Comments

  1. Sexy & Suspenseful There’s just something about those Scots! And there’s something even better about the way Lynsay Sands writes them. I’ve been a massive fan of hers for years and would likely consider her my favorite author. I honestly devoured THE HIGHLANDER TAKES A BRIDE and could not put it down. Saidh is a spirited, considerate, tom-boy heroine who knows how to hold her own even when surrounded by hulking warriors. Greer has never met anyone like her and they are both quickly swallowed up by the passion…

  2. a little disappointed This really wasn’t as good as her other books. The main people start having sex like right away almost as soon as they meet and that’s not what im looking for in a historical romance I expect a little more lead in other than meet and jump right into it. It was still an ok book just not as good as others.

  3. Too predictable As a Lindsay Sands fan I found this book one of the harder ones to complete. It had way too many chapters that were predictable. The male is too big, too strong, too ethical and too easily swayed by a naked woman. These books are simply based on sex and nothing much else. Her last one was all about “doing it” before they reached his home. I miss the books along the line the “The Key” and the “Deed”. Funny and readable, without being annoying. Just gt back to writing the…

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