The Outcast Highlander (The Highland Renegades) (Volume 1)

The first in a new Scottish Historical Romance series from award-winning author R.L. Syme. Kenesy MacLeod returns home after a failed marriage alliance in France to find her world in turmoil: her best friend married to an English sympathizer, her mother at death’s door, and her father imprisoned and thought dead. As an English lord descends to claim her father’s lands, Kenesy escapes north with her mother and brother, and runs straight into the arms of the outcast Highlander. Driven from home and family by a crazed father, Broccin Sinclair refuses to stand aside while the English invade his beloved Scotland. But who should he champion? The freedom fighter who saved his life, the family who has forgotten him, or the woman who captured his childhood heart? Visit the book website at www.theoutcasthighlander.com and the author’s website at www.rlsyme.com to see more.

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3 Comments

  1. An enjoyable read – it delivers I enjoyed this book – it was an interesting read. I found the story line engaging, and the characters were people I could become invested in. I love a good, star-crossed romance, and this book delivers on that. I had not read a great deal of the genre, so some of the old Scottish vocabulary was unfamiliar. Still, I found the storyline intriguing enough to keep me reading. This is a great love story of holding on to love at all costs, forgiveness and hope. I would recommend this book to all…

  2. Engaging historical read! I am a sucker for a historical romance and this one did not disappoint. Even though this was one of the first Highlander romances I had read, I found the end note by the author very useful and interesting as it described a lot of the historical background and choices for the book. A great addition for those who want a little more historical background on the story! There was quite a bit of good drama, as this was a story set in war time and an ensemble of characters whose stories intertwined. I…

  3. Not finished. Needs work. I was quite disappointed in the lack of story development and flow in the structure of this novel. The author really needed to bridge his moments better. The ending was particularly lack luster as so much needed to be said between Kensey and Broccin, which was blatantly overlooked and disregarded. “Och, lass, I should have never left you.” . . . . “Don’t think of the past,” she insisted. “We have to start fresh now.” REALLY? Was he not going to share where he’d…

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