A Highland Guard Novel, Book 7
June 25, 2013
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Rating: 4 Cups
Tracking is almost as natural as breathing for Ewen Lamont. His eye for detail is extraordinary, which comes in very handy when hunting down or evading English soldiers, or wayward couriers.
Talking her way out of sticky situations is Janet's first defense. If that fails she is not averse to fighting to get the job done.
The Scots need all the help they can get in the war with the English; although Ewen can scarcely believe Robert the Bruce is using Janet to pass messages. Being a courier is dangerous work, yet the freedom to come and go as she pleases is not something Janet is willing to give up, even for a man like Ewen. The more time they spend together the more anxious and confused Ewen is getting. This woman makes his heart race, but to be with her could mean losing everything he has worked for his entire life.
Janet of Mar is a woman far beyond her time, which makes her relationship with a man like Ewen so much more exhilarating. He is a battle-hardened warrior of few words, while she uses words like weapons. Ewen digs himself in so deep when he tries to express his thoughts that even Janet is having a hard time staying mad at him. And though their relationship is certainly tumultuous, it is never ever anything but exciting.
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