Laird of Donnachaid didnít care what people thought of him;
all he cared about was protecting his clan. His only need
for a wife was to bear his children and follow his orders
and nothing more but his needs quickly changed when he met
his bride Evelinde.
thought her husband to be cold, heartless and frightening
from the rumors she heard about him, but if marrying him
meant she would be away from her evil stepmother, then so be
it. For all she thought her husband to be, Evelinde never
expected the strong feelings of passion he evoked in her and
the need only he could satisfy.
Devil of The Highlands was good. I found Cullen to
be rather likable but wasnít very crazy about Evelinde.
Cullen was the strong silent type and although he didnít
speak much, he is what kept me interested in the story. I
liked the mystery aspect of the story and the supporting
characters added some comedic relief as well. All in all
Devil of the Highlands was an entertaining story
and a good read for historical romance lovers.