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Handsome and dangerous Patrick MacGregor is a wanted man possessing the tough tenacious spirit of his outlawed clan He will stop at nothing to save his people from destruction even if it means marrying Elizabeth Campbell the daughter of his worst enemy Yet the flaxen haired beauty disarms him from the start Her sweet unspoiled softness touches the cold depths of his ravaged soul–and makes him want much than revengeInside the shy and dutiful Lizzie is a passionate woman longing to emerge a woman ready for love So when the piercing emerald eyes and searing kiss of a stranger spark in her a desperate hunger she surrenders to Patrick’s glorious seduction–unaware that his daring deception has just found its one and only chance for redemption a love powerful than hate


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    No it wasn't perfect few things are but I did enjoy it 5 stars worth Definitely preferred this to the predecessor although I did enjoy that one as well IMHO the heroine in the first novel was nothing compared to this heroineThe odd thing is that this had a few elements that I'm not particularly fond of in a romance and McCarty completely made it work for me SOME SPOILERS BELOW I like the virgin heroine trope It's not a moral judgement at all I think it's mostly because I enjoy the wakening of sexuality part and because there's a certain implied vulnerability factor For someone who loves vengeful heroes andor heroes with ulterior motives the virginity factor fits in perfectly However McCarty was able to make the heroine even MORE vulnerable due to her experience without using a previous rapesexual trauma as is often done in these casesThe heroine who I loved was seduced and lost her virginity to a man who wanted her for her dowry and she finds this out in a heartbreaking scene The heroine was someone who struggled with a stutter and was shy because of it By all accounts she was pretty but not the kind of flashy traffic stopping beauty that some heroine's are Combine that with a stutter shyness and a very powerful and over protective family and you get someone with a limited amount of suitors and little self esteem where menrelationships are concerned After what happened with her POS of a former fiance she is terrified of relationships and also afraid no one will want her once they find out she has been ruined sadly a real possibility in those daystimesThe hero who was just yummy instantly found her beautiful however There was so much chemistry between the two Even though he had ulterior motives in seeking her hand it was clear from the prologue that he was drawn to her in a way that he'd never been drawn to a woman beforeI knew the big reveal where the heroine realizes she has been deceived had the potential for a great scene if you like those sorts of story lines and I was not disappointed I could feel her pain and the hero's remorseAlso again as in the previous book I give kudos to McCarty for addressing the gritty sometimes downright brutal reality of those times The actions of the heroine's cousin and older brother mentioned in the first book are hard to swallow and I'm not sure the cousin will ever get a comeuppance There do seem to be shades of gray with him though I still have hope for the brother Colin's reckoning He has no redeeming qualities that I can see But I think he does love the heroine in his own way and she loves him So still dealing with shades of gray and a time where men did horrible things and not only got away with it but they were often considered heroes because of it Looking forward to book 3 ETA Audio Review Roger Hampton is one of the few male narrators in romance that I can tolerate Most men make the heroine sound like a linebacker in drag YMMV I think he does an exceptionally good job of doing the female voices It has to be be hard to voice another sex Not sure of the accuracy of the accents but sounds good to me The heroes sound bone meltingly sexy