‘To Love a Highland Rogue’ by Collette Cameron

tlahl ccSTORY: She’s determined to end her betrothal, but he must make her his at all cost.

A Scottish lass determined to end her betrothal.

As an infant, Mayra Findlay’s hand was pledged in marriage. So closely has her virtue been guarded, she’s never been permitted a beau—has never even flirted with a man. However, after a chance encounter with a dashing rogue who sets her pulse and imagination cavorting, Mayra initiates a scheme that’s sure to force her affianced to call off their union.

The laird who must make her his at all cost.

Until Logan Rutherford, Laird of Lockelieth Keep, inherited a near bankrupt estate, he had no intention of wedding the lass he was betrothed to as a wee lad. Now he needs Mayra’s remaining dowry to save his beloved Lockelieth. However, before they exchange vows, he’s determined to know just what type of woman he’s reluctantly taking to wife. So he assumes his cousin’s identity; a decision that soon has him snared in a tangled web of deceit.

REVIEW: This is a first installment of a brand new series from this author and if all the stories to come follow in the footsteps of this one, I can’t wait to read them all.

The above synopses tells you about the gist of the story, but I can tell you that everything from the prose to the plot and pace was well executed and told in such a way that it was easy to read and enjoy from start to finish.

I really liked the heroine and thought her clever and honest, while the hero was a bit deceiving, he was still likable and interesting.

Together these two were extremely entertaining and their story was romantic and at times humorous.

I highly recommend it.

Melanie for b2b

Gift copy provided by the publisher

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