Blackmailed into marrying her family's enemy, then swiftly widowed by illness, Lady Sorcha Marr must take charge of a clan she hates as much as they hate her. But fate intervenes in the form of her husband's twin - the man who betrayed her and led to her downfall.
Sir Colin Marr fled his Highland home in disgrace, believing he would never again see the woman he loved. Returning a decade later to root out Scottish traitors who have infiltrated his family stronghold, he must persuade Sorcha to set aside her hostility and treat him as her husband in his brother's place. He needs the cover not only to save Scotland but her inheritance his resentful clan would gladly confiscate.
Has fate set them up to even an old score, or is it giving them a new shot at learning to trust . . . and love?
I love highland romance books. I enjoyed reading this. I especially love when the book has the right language. It transports me to the place I am reading. Everything in this book came together nicely. There is enough suspense and intrigue to keep me reading and wanting more. Clans are at war, secrets are kept, and most of all will two people find love amongst it all?
I will have to see if Rue has other historical romances. They are a favorite of mine when a highlander is involved and she is a new author to me! score!