Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Lord Keeper by Tarah Scott

No man bargains for war when he chooses a bride, but when he steals her from holy ground, he can expect nothing less.

Iain MacPherson swore he was nothing like his father, but his kidnapping of Victoria Hockley, the Countess of Lansbury is the first step toward the same obsessive jealousy that fueled his father’s life-long feud against the chief Iain’s mother loved.

A kiss, a midnight race for freedom, and a royal missive force Victoria into her captor’s arms. Hallowed ground can’t save her from the devil that followed her from England. Yet the Scottish lord who swears to protect her is far more dangerous.

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
What can be more wonderful than love at first sight?

Iain MacPherson sees Victoria Hockley, the Countess of Lansbury, and decides to make her his. Not knowing her name, he waits until she leave the holy ground of Montrose Abbey and he takes her. He swears that soon she will willingly agree to marry him.

Victoria is running from her brother-in-law; and although she doesn’t want to admit it, she feels safe with Iain. However, when the past and present are full of betrayal, can they defend themselves against their enemies?

I loved the main characters: Iain is a stubborn man. He sees Victoria and he takes her. And Victoria is as stubborn as him, trying to deny the connection between them. I enjoyed the sparks between them. If you are in the mood for a romantic novella, you should read this one. I gladly give it 4.5 stars.

Publisher: Etopia Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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