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My Fierce Highlander By Vonda Sinclair Gwyneth Carswell, an English lady banished by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands, wants nothing more than to take her young son away from the.

My Fierce Highlander By Vonda Sinclair Gwyneth Carswell, an English lady banished by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands, wants nothing more than to take her young son away from th. My Fierce Highlander. Gwyneth Carswell, an English lady banished by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands, wants nothing more than to take her young son away from the violence of two fighting clans-her own distant kin, the MacIrwins, and their enemies, the MacGraths. She risks everything to rescue the fierce MacGrath warrior from the battlefield where he’s left for dead by her clan.

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My Fierce Highlander by Vonda Sinclair is a touching read, filled with adventure and heart stopping romance. I highly recommend My Fierce Highlander, and look forward to book two in this series, My Wild Highlander. 59 people found this helpful.

My Fierce Highlander by Vonda Sinclair is a touching read, filled with adventure and heart stopping romance. English Lady Gwyneth Carswell is banished from her home and position by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands. Her one mistake in judgment led to her becoming pregnant in the year 1618.

Gwyneth asked Lachlan later that afternoon when she found him in the noisy great hall. Normally she would not have asked anything of him, but she was desperate. d her to the less crowded side of the huge room where they might have a bit of privacy. Aye, Alasdair is sending me to petition the Privy Council on his behalf. He kens of how charismatic and diplomatic I can b. .Lachlan smiled and winked

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My Fierce Highlander. Book 1 of the Highland Adventure Series - Gwyneth and Alasdair's story. Wow! I LOVE Highlanders and when I read My Fierce Highlander by Vonda Sinclair, I fell in love with Laird Alasdair MacGrath at once, and wanted to be the one rescuing him instead. Adventure, fighting, romance, the Highlands-what more can anyone ask for! Loved it!"

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Highlander Besieged (Highland Adventure Book 10). 144. Published: 2019. My Captive Highlander (Highland Adventure Book 7). She risks everything to rescue the fierce MacGrath warrior from the battlefield where he's left for dead by her clan. She only knows she is inexplicably drawn to him and he wants peace as she does.

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ISBN13: 978-1469941080

ISBN: 1469941082

Author: Vonda Sinclair

Category: Romance

Subcategory: Historical

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 9, 2012)

Pages: 254 pages

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Rating: 4.8

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Lonesome Orange Kid
When the father of her child refuses to marry her, Lady Gwyneth Carswell's father banishes her to the Scottish Highlands. After witnessing the violence clan warfare brings, Gwyneth vows to one day see her son Rory safely away to a more peaceful life. But when an enemy soldier is left for dead near her home, Gwyneth, now trained as a healer, feels the pull of her calling and risks all to use her training to save his life. When she strips away his clothing to tend his wounds, however, Gwyneth learns that she has much more in common with the alluring stranger than she first realized when she discovers he is in fact. the Laird Alasdair MacGrath, and that he sustained his injuries attempting to carry a peace treaty to secure the end to the violence that she herself so fervently desires. When Gwyneth's clan retaliates against her for aiding the enemy, she turns to Alasdair for help. As danger mounts and figures emerge from her past, Gwyneth and Alasdair develop a passionate love affair that forces them to make difficult choices for the peace and safety for those for whom they love and care.

This book has lots of action and torrid passion, but what it ultimately explores is the timeless dichotomy of love and sacrifice. Mothers everywhere and across the gulf of centuries understand the impulse to try to give children everything possible, even at terrible cost to themselves to allow them to have all the advantages the mother never had. But by the same token, a home rich in material goods, but lacking in love is no real advantage either. Sinclair does an excellent job of illustrating the difficult balancing act Gwyneth performs as Rory's mother while allowing the reader to view the heartbreak Alasdair endures in his role as the drama unfolds. Each scene felt fraught with emotion as two wounded souls struggle first to remain at arms length, then to come together, then to resist each other, then to draw close again, in the complicated dance of courting that defines Highland romance at its most intense--all with the feelings of a fatherless boy complicating matters. The characters are well-drawn, with all the human frailties that capture the imagination and make them truly relatable, rather than ideal paragons of virtue, brilliance and clarity of mind. Fans of historical fiction will no doubt enjoy reading My Fierce Highlander, and I am looking forward to reading Lachlan's story in the next novel in this series.
Lonesome Orange Kid
When the father of her child refuses to marry her, Lady Gwyneth Carswell's father banishes her to the Scottish Highlands. After witnessing the violence clan warfare brings, Gwyneth vows to one day see her son Rory safely away to a more peaceful life. But when an enemy soldier is left for dead near her home, Gwyneth, now trained as a healer, feels the pull of her calling and risks all to use her training to save his life. When she strips away his clothing to tend his wounds, however, Gwyneth learns that she has much more in common with the alluring stranger than she first realized when she discovers he is in fact. the Laird Alasdair MacGrath, and that he sustained his injuries attempting to carry a peace treaty to secure the end to the violence that she herself so fervently desires. When Gwyneth's clan retaliates against her for aiding the enemy, she turns to Alasdair for help. As danger mounts and figures emerge from her past, Gwyneth and Alasdair develop a passionate love affair that forces them to make difficult choices for the peace and safety for those for whom they love and care.

This book has lots of action and torrid passion, but what it ultimately explores is the timeless dichotomy of love and sacrifice. Mothers everywhere and across the gulf of centuries understand the impulse to try to give children everything possible, even at terrible cost to themselves to allow them to have all the advantages the mother never had. But by the same token, a home rich in material goods, but lacking in love is no real advantage either. Sinclair does an excellent job of illustrating the difficult balancing act Gwyneth performs as Rory's mother while allowing the reader to view the heartbreak Alasdair endures in his role as the drama unfolds. Each scene felt fraught with emotion as two wounded souls struggle first to remain at arms length, then to come together, then to resist each other, then to draw close again, in the complicated dance of courting that defines Highland romance at its most intense--all with the feelings of a fatherless boy complicating matters. The characters are well-drawn, with all the human frailties that capture the imagination and make them truly relatable, rather than ideal paragons of virtue, brilliance and clarity of mind. Fans of historical fiction will no doubt enjoy reading My Fierce Highlander, and I am looking forward to reading Lachlan's story in the next novel in this series.
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caif
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Taur
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Taur
The story allows the reader to look through a window to the past. It’s a world where loyalty to each other is strong. The lifestyle is primitive. In this case, the love-story is remarkable.
Marirne
My Fierce Highlander by Vonda Sinclair is a touching read, filled with adventure and heart stopping romance.

English Lady Gwyneth Carswell is banished from her home and position by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands. Her one mistake in judgment led to her becoming pregnant in the year 1618.

Married to a brutal highland man of her father's choosing, then widowed a short time later, Gwyneth will do anything to protect her beloved son Rory, not only from the shame of his illegitimacy, but physically also.

She vows he will not learn the ways of war her clan and the bloodthirsty laird MacIrwin wish to teach him. Rather, she strengthens his mind through education, in hopes that he will one day be able to leave the battle bloodied highlands for a safe, peaceful position as a professor or some other nonviolent profession.

Laird Alasdiar MacGrath leads a neighboring clan, yet unlike The MacIrwin, Alasdiar longs for peace between their clans. He strives to end two hundred years of funding by agreeing to come in person to MacIrwin land, a peace treaty safely tucked away in his clothing.

But Donald MacIrwin laird is not an honorable man, and he ambushes Alasdiar and the men who traveled with him, rendering almost all dead.

Gwyneth, a healer, stumbles across the battlefield, and is sickened by the senseless carnage. She discovers Alasdiar gravely wounded, and struggles to decide what she should do.

She sees from his clothing that he is from an enemy clan, and suspects by the fine quality of his garments that he holds some high position within his clan, perhaps even the laird. She knows if she assists him she risks not only her life, but that of her son and the elderly healer she and Rory lived with.

But something about the handsome enemy stirs her. As she does a hasty examination, she discovers the peace treaty he carried and she knows she cannot let this peace seeking man die.

Adventure blasts off the first page, and keeps the reader hanging on and breathless clear through to the last page.

Ms. Sinclair pens a Scottish Historical guaranteed to stay in the readers' heart and mind well after Gwyneth and Alasdiar's story comes to an end.

I enjoyed the twist within this love story. Rather than Gwyneth wearing her heart on her sleeve pining away for Alasdiar's affection, it is Alasdiar who openly declares his love for her.

This warrior has his heart broken time and time again as Gwyneth rejects his offer of marriage and protection because she is determined to take her son away from the highlands and its inherent violence.

Regardless of the love she feels for Alasdiar, her first responsibility is to her son and his safety. She will scacerfice her own happiness, and that of Alasdiar's, to protect Rory.

The love scenes in this story are few, and are sophisticated, penned for the mature reader.

My Fierce Highlander is well written, with just the right amount of brogue to draw the reader into the Highlands, yet not enough to distract from the story itself. I was impressed with the detail's Ms. Sinclair threaded into this story, clothing, food, housing, attitude, and customs enriched Gwyneth and Alasdiar's journey and truly drew me into their world.

I highly recommend My Fierce Highlander, and look forward to book two in this series, My Wild Highlander.
Marirne
My Fierce Highlander by Vonda Sinclair is a touching read, filled with adventure and heart stopping romance.

English Lady Gwyneth Carswell is banished from her home and position by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands. Her one mistake in judgment led to her becoming pregnant in the year 1618.

Married to a brutal highland man of her father's choosing, then widowed a short time later, Gwyneth will do anything to protect her beloved son Rory, not only from the shame of his illegitimacy, but physically also.

She vows he will not learn the ways of war her clan and the bloodthirsty laird MacIrwin wish to teach him. Rather, she strengthens his mind through education, in hopes that he will one day be able to leave the battle bloodied highlands for a safe, peaceful position as a professor or some other nonviolent profession.

Laird Alasdiar MacGrath leads a neighboring clan, yet unlike The MacIrwin, Alasdiar longs for peace between their clans. He strives to end two hundred years of funding by agreeing to come in person to MacIrwin land, a peace treaty safely tucked away in his clothing.

But Donald MacIrwin laird is not an honorable man, and he ambushes Alasdiar and the men who traveled with him, rendering almost all dead.

Gwyneth, a healer, stumbles across the battlefield, and is sickened by the senseless carnage. She discovers Alasdiar gravely wounded, and struggles to decide what she should do.

She sees from his clothing that he is from an enemy clan, and suspects by the fine quality of his garments that he holds some high position within his clan, perhaps even the laird. She knows if she assists him she risks not only her life, but that of her son and the elderly healer she and Rory lived with.

But something about the handsome enemy stirs her. As she does a hasty examination, she discovers the peace treaty he carried and she knows she cannot let this peace seeking man die.

Adventure blasts off the first page, and keeps the reader hanging on and breathless clear through to the last page.

Ms. Sinclair pens a Scottish Historical guaranteed to stay in the readers' heart and mind well after Gwyneth and Alasdiar's story comes to an end.

I enjoyed the twist within this love story. Rather than Gwyneth wearing her heart on her sleeve pining away for Alasdiar's affection, it is Alasdiar who openly declares his love for her.

This warrior has his heart broken time and time again as Gwyneth rejects his offer of marriage and protection because she is determined to take her son away from the highlands and its inherent violence.

Regardless of the love she feels for Alasdiar, her first responsibility is to her son and his safety. She will scacerfice her own happiness, and that of Alasdiar's, to protect Rory.

The love scenes in this story are few, and are sophisticated, penned for the mature reader.

My Fierce Highlander is well written, with just the right amount of brogue to draw the reader into the Highlands, yet not enough to distract from the story itself. I was impressed with the detail's Ms. Sinclair threaded into this story, clothing, food, housing, attitude, and customs enriched Gwyneth and Alasdiar's journey and truly drew me into their world.

I highly recommend My Fierce Highlander, and look forward to book two in this series, My Wild Highlander.
Leniga
So many Regency romances include the threat that a misbehaving daughter will be sent off to Scotland and forced to marry a stranger, this story explores what might happen if the threat were carried out. Gwyneth is a nobly-born English woman who gets pregnant by a lord who refuses to marry her. Unlike most stories that start out this way, she actually is forced to marry and the man she's sold to is a horror. His brutish nature, however, gets him killed off pretty quickly. None of which is a spoiler, as this story starts with the widowed mother trying to make her way, do what's best for her child, and still hold true to her morals and values. She's not always wise, but then who ever is? The laird who falls for her is likewise imperfect. He's not the idealized hero who wins every fight and outsmarts every foe, but he is a good, caring man who fights with all he has for those he loves. Sinclair makes really good use of the historical period, weaving bits of the culture and politics and justice system of the time into the story without getting bogged down in tedious detail. There are a few minor plot holes and the bad guys are rather unbelievable caricatures of evil, which is why I gave it four stars instead of five, but those are minor issues. This is a good, fun romp through the Highlands with plenty of adventure and lots of romance.
Leniga
So many Regency romances include the threat that a misbehaving daughter will be sent off to Scotland and forced to marry a stranger, this story explores what might happen if the threat were carried out. Gwyneth is a nobly-born English woman who gets pregnant by a lord who refuses to marry her. Unlike most stories that start out this way, she actually is forced to marry and the man she's sold to is a horror. His brutish nature, however, gets him killed off pretty quickly. None of which is a spoiler, as this story starts with the widowed mother trying to make her way, do what's best for her child, and still hold true to her morals and values. She's not always wise, but then who ever is? The laird who falls for her is likewise imperfect. He's not the idealized hero who wins every fight and outsmarts every foe, but he is a good, caring man who fights with all he has for those he loves. Sinclair makes really good use of the historical period, weaving bits of the culture and politics and justice system of the time into the story without getting bogged down in tedious detail. There are a few minor plot holes and the bad guys are rather unbelievable caricatures of evil, which is why I gave it four stars instead of five, but those are minor issues. This is a good, fun romp through the Highlands with plenty of adventure and lots of romance.