Sir Nigel Murray has fought for the French for seven years, but now it is time for him to return home to Scotland. Before breaking camp Nigel stumbles upon a suspicious looking meeting between a French knight and what appears to be his page, but appearances can be deceiving. The youth in question is really Lady Gisele DeVeau, a young woman accused of brutally murdering her husband.
When Gisele is unmasked during a battle with the English, Nigel spirits her away from certain death. Scotland and Nigelís home, Donncoill, is the only place where the two of them will be safe from Giseleís pursuers, her late husbandís family the DeVeau, who have branded her a murderess and ache to make her pay with her life.
For Gisele, hunted for a crime she did not commit, Nigel is her only refuge. This achingly handsome stranger whose sensual touch makes her long to push her fears aside and trust him to erase her nightmares. Gisele must put the past where it belongs and let her heart embrace the obviousness of Nigelís love.
As the second book in the Murray brothersí trilogy, Highland Honor features Nigel Murray at his chivalrous best. Hannah Howell returns to 15th century Scotland with this bewitching tale of discovery and everlasting love. While not as engaging as the other two books in the trilogy Highland Honor skillfully holds its own.
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