[Ebook] Highland Arms By Cathie Dunn – Turboville.co.uk

Highland Arms Betrayed By Her Brother S Lies, Catriona MacKenzie Is Banished From Her Edinburgh Home To Her Godmother S Remote Manor In The Highlands While Her Father Ponders Her Fate, Catriona S Insatiable Curiosity Leads Her Straight Into Trouble And Into The Arms Of A Notorious Highlander.Five Years After An Ill Fated Jacobite Rebellion, Rory Cameron Works As A Smuggler To Raise Money For The Cause Until Catriona Uncovers A Plot Against Him And Exposes His Activities Now Rory Is Faced With A Decision That Could Save Their Lives Or Destroy Them Both.


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10 thoughts on “Highland Arms

  1. says:

    Reviewed By BlackTulip for Booked UpThis novel has two components I like very much Highlanders and smugglers Luckily for me it is an interesting and entertaining book as well You won t get any rest, which is good and you won t be able to wait to know what is going to happen next This a story full of romance, suspense and intrigue.The author has a wonderful w


  2. says:

    This was a very enjoyable book from start to finish The writing style flows easily, a smattering of the Gaelic, and strong dialect, here and there to keep the reader engaged From the outset you can tell Catriona MacKenzie is a woman with a will of her own, albeit she is trapped in a web of deceit by her own despicable brother whose machinations continue to cause C


  3. says:

    An action packed historical romance I could not put this novel down Cathie Dunn has created the dishiest of leading men and it s impossible not to empathise with the hideous situations that protagonist, Catriona finds herself trapped in The auth...


  4. says:

    This book was burning up my kindle it s a hot one Perfect for anyone who, like myself, never quite got over the first few Outlanders and are yearning for a way to jump back into the Jacobite era.


  5. says:

    Highland ArmsI ve not previously read any of Cathie Dunn s work but, I was attracted by the Highland Arms book cover, so I purchased the book to give it a whirl I love Cathie s gift of setting the scene with the perfect amount of vivid description that makes you feel your there in the story I liked all the characters but I was sad there wasn tstoryline with old lady Meg I kept imag


  6. says:

    Review by Robin Highlanders, Smugglers Can t wait to find out the rest of the romance, suspense and intrigue And Ms Dunn supplied all that you could ask for and .From the imagery of the Highland wilderness to the streets of London you always felt as if you were there Along with the strong characters, I wanted to keep reading just to find out what would happen next Catrionia Mackenzie, wr


  7. says:

    Originally posted at away from her privileged life in Edinburgh because of her brother Angus setting her up then lying to her parents, Catriona MacKenzie finds herself in the harsh Scottish Highlands and soon tangled up with life threatening intrigues that she knows nothing about Her curiosity puts her and o...


  8. says:

    Catriona MacKenzie, due to her vile brothers lies, has been banished from her home in Edinburgh to her godmother s estate at a remote manor in the Highlands As her father ponder s Cat s future, Cat s curiosity manages to land her straight into trouble and into the arms of a notorious Highlander who at the moment is tempting his own fate Years earlier Rory worked behind the scenes of an ill fated Jac


  9. says:

    Sexy and fun, reading Highland Arms gave me something to look forward to every night As a historical romance, it felt authentic, especially in the way females were at the mercy of their male family members Unfortunately for Catriona, her father is blind to the faults of her nasty older brother, who is determined to use her to his own ends ...


  10. says:

    A islanders and a highlanderA great read about the Scottish struggle with independence from England and the plight of women Women had little say in their husbands, often traded for favors, wealth, or power The skirmishes between the Scots and English were a means for politics to createchaos I enjoy ...


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