All the Campbells know is that the
MacGregors are ruthless, unscrupulous madmen, and since they
have been proscribed, they shouldnít even exist any longer.
All the MacGregors know is that the
Campbells are lower than low, thieving men who wonít even
hesitate to imprison children for years.
What will happen when Callum MacGregor
saves Kate Campbell in a sword fight? He finds her intriguing
and though she is able to hold her own against a number of the
foes, in the end she is tiring and he rides in to save her.
The first thing this headstrong woman does is take a swing at
him, thinking he is also attacking her. But when it is
discovered she is the only survivor of the attack, he kidnaps
her to use as ransom, to draw her snake of an uncle out.
Kate is drawn to this man. She canít
believe it is her hated enemy but she also canít help her
feelings. If he is really so bad why does he stick up for
those who need help, and why are his men so loyal?
Callum canít believe the first woman who
has held his attention in years is a Campbell. Even though he
is drawn to her, he knows it would never work. He would be
betraying his clan and most importantly, his sister. But he
and his men are all intrigued by her actions. how she never
complains and doesnít seem to act like most of the Campbells
they know. Can he take a chance and possibly give in to his
Laird of the Mist is one of
the best Scottish Highland romances I have read, and I read a
lot. The author did a fantastic job in showing how prejudices
are taught and if they are taught young enough, it is hard to
overcome them, but possible. Her heroine is strong, smart,
understanding and not afraid to take a stand. Additionally
Ms. Quinn was able to take an actual historical event and
build a number of believable characters around the situation.
The only thing that disappoints me is that I have to wait for
another 6+ months for her next book to be available.
Laird of the Mist was easy for me to Joyfully
Recommend as a must read.