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eBook Highland Wife ePub

by Lyn Stone

  • ISBN: 0373291515
  • Category: Historical
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Lyn Stone
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin (March 2001)
  • ePub book: 1612 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1131 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 853


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Lyn Stone studied art and worked in Europe while she visited the places she now writes about in her historicals. It was when she was working as an illustrator that she had the idea of trying to freelance romance novel covers. But, while studying the market on covers, she became firmly hooked on the contents of the books and decided to try writing instead!

Seduced by Her Highland Warrior. BACK IN HER HUSBAND’S BED Alex MacKinloch is chief of his clan and, in these dark times of unrest, he has united his people. The void between him and his wife is proving a much harder challenge.

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The Highland Wife book. I also enjoyed the relationship between Mairi and Robert. Lyn Stone knows how to write romantic and sensual, and interesting love stories.

Читай онлайн книгу The Highland Wife на сайте или через приложение ЛитРес Читай. Stone has done herself proud with this delightful stor. cast of endearing characters and a fresh, innovative plot. Stone has an apt hand with dialogue and creates characters with a refreshing naturalness. Harlequin Historical anne’s perfect husband.

The Highland Air Was Heavy With RevengeAnd Mairi MacInnes wanted to breathe deeply of i.

The Highland Air Was Heavy With RevengeAnd Mairi MacInnes wanted to breathe deeply of it. Until an arranged marriage with Robert MacBain, an enigmatic lowlan.

Author Jeri Lynn Stone. I will be doing book signings and will have my original handcrafted jewelry there, as well. Author Jeri Lynn Stone. Award-winning author of the 'Tara' Detective Crime Mystery series with a story to tell of mystery and chills. 23 September ·. Tangle With Tara - online Books A Million. com. Jeri-Lynn-S. 978069204924. ooksamillion. Tangle with Tara: Jeri Lynn Stone: 9780692049242. Tangle with Tara: Jeri Lynn Stone: 9780692049242: Paperback: General book. 15 September ·. Sacred Dreams.

The Highland Wife Harlequin Historical (Том 551).

Результаты поиска по книге. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. The Highland Wife Harlequin Historical (Том 551). Harlequin Books, 2001.

Jennifer Lynn Stone is the wife who Fred Savage has been married to for twelve years in 2016. Read on for the facts on their marriage. Then, when Savage was 11 years old, in 1988, he moved out of his Chicago suburb to participate in The Wonder Years. 2. Their Wedding Was at L’Orangerie Restaurant in Los Angeles.

The Highland air was heavy with revenge, and Mairi MacInnes wanted to breathe deeply of it. Until an arranged marriage with Robert MacBain, an enigmatic lowland lord, whisked her away to a life of adventure, passion-and unspoken love. Generous of spirit. Mighty in battle. Indeed, though he lived in a world of silence, Robert MacBain had gifts any would envy. Yet the Baron of Baincroft lacked true love in his life-until he met and championed Mairi MacInnes, his tempestuous chosen bride. But would she ever hear and heed the loving whispers of his heart?


Molotok Molotok
Wow, I really enjoyed this great story of Mairi and Rob. If I could I would give this 6 Stars! Lyn Stone weaves a very fascinating and touching story. She also provides humor, which is great.

The Laird MacBain, Rob, goes to meet his betrothed, wed her and bring her to his new home. He finds she is truly a beauty and courageous. He hopes they will be happy. He also hopes she has been told about him. This was one of the stipulations, which he himself had imposed in order to marry. He finds she is beautiful.

Mairi is a dutiful daughter who loves her father and wants to make sure that her betrothed is a good and kind man. She agrees to the marriage because her wayward cousin, Ranald, who is the one who will take over the clan once her father dies wants her for himself. He is evil and will do anything in order to obtain what he wants. Her father realizes this. Mairi is excited because her betrothed is handsome and big. She tries to be kind and make conversation with Rob, but he is rather aloof and gruff, speaking no more than three words at a time.

A siege occurs and all heck breaks loose, decisions are made rapidly. Things do not go as originally planned. These two will face challenges.

This is my first read of this author. It will not be my last. I realize this was book 2. Now, I will read book 1 and then 3.
TheSuspect TheSuspect
The nice thing about this story is that it's different. We have a strong warrior who happens to be deaf, one who accepts his fate and develops his character with honor and honesty. He is not bitter, but a well balanced, emotionally honest (and intelligent) man. How refreshing! At the prompting of his steward, he agrees to take a wife, and his steward, who is his life long friend and who takes his responsibility seriously, finds him a beautiful lass in the Highlands. The steward makes a full disclosure to her father that the warrior is deaf. The father, however, in his ignorance decides not to tell her and so the story begins.

I thought all the characters were well developed except for the heroine, who seemed to me incapable of being in relationship to others, and was so contradictory she didn't feel "real". That said, it's still an interesting story.
Darkraven Darkraven
Beautiful story. Would have liked for the "elephant in the room" to have been revealed sooner so I could have slowed down my reading.
Thundershaper Thundershaper
Really enjoyed this read. Please check it out
Faulkree Faulkree
Robert MacBain travels to the Highlands for an arranged marriage with Mairi MacInness. He thinks that as part of the negotiations, she has been told about his deafness, but she hasn't, then they are attacked and one calamity follows another and he can't find a good way to tell her. The plot revolves around him trying to find a way to tell her, and her trying to figure him out. The whole miscommunication plot threatens to get frustrating, but somehow the author pulls it off. What sets this one apart is that unlike every other "wounded hero" romance, Robert is not some aloof, cold-hearted jerk--he's really sweet and generous. And Mairi is not some sheltered bimbo, she actually shows some intelligence. Also the story is not entirely from Mairi's point of view; about half the narration is from Robert's POV, and we find out a lot about how he lost his hearing as a small child, and how his mother invented a sign language and taught him to speak and lip-read. The descriptions of his deafness are very realistic; the author indicates in the dedication that her son is deaf, which explains the realism.
The Bride of Trouville is the story of how Rob's mother and stepfather met when he was a child, and The Quest is the story of Rob's stepbrother Henri.
Gardall Gardall
I'm not usually fond of the "misunderstanding" plot line - you know the kind, where there is some type of misunderstanding in the first chapter of the book. The couple then spends the next 8 chapters not explaining what really happened. They finally explain in Chapter 9 and everyone is happy by Chapter 10.
The misunderstanding in this book is a little more complex. The hero is deaf and her father fails to mention that to her. Immediately on the heals of the wedding, they are forced to flea her father's home because an angry, jealous cousin attacks the keep.
When Robert realizes Mairi doesn't know he's deaf, it's already too late. He wants the marriage to work, but his honor won't let her make the final commitment to him (consumation) until she knows the truth. But he wants to wait until he's home to tell her the truh. He is equally afraid of her pity and her scorn. He feels that by showing her how he has kept his keep and has the respect of his people will prove to her that he will be a good provider.
Without the marriage consummated, she can still back out of the marriage contract. His honor demands nothing less.
This story line worked because Robert had very real reasons for keeping his secret. He wanted her told. In fact, it was a stipulation to the marriage contract in the first place. That the misunderstanding occured was not his fault and it was something he wanted to rectify very badly.
I liked how the author dealt with a deaf hero. Especially a deaf hero in an unusual time period - Medieval Scotland. She mention a few of the signs he learned and created over the years. She even mentions how he managed to survive without his hearing and became a knight.
I liked how his honor was important to him. I liked how Mairi took the news, dealt with it in a clear headed fashion. She was a strong heroine, full of courage and passion.
This was a very good book - I highly recommend.