After penning some very entertaining and well researched medieval romances, Sara Bennett has now turned to writing about those strong women and men that can claim the Scottish Highlands as their home.
Lady Margaret Mackintosh, daughter of the owner of Glen Dhui in the Scottish Highlands, is in danger of being married to a duke known to be cruel. He is a man on a mission to unite their familiesí lands and therefore unwilling to let her go. Her only hope lies in Glen Dhuiís rightful clan leader, Gregor Grant. And so Margaretís father sends her to fetch him back to his rightful place.
Gregor is a man of war, home with a weapon in his hands and ready to defend the helpless and needy. His weaknesses are women in distress and when yet another takes advantage of his chivalrous persona heís determined to stay away from them. But of course Margaret, fiery red head that she is, is not giving him a choice. Offering him a glimpse of hope and home.
As fiery as Margaretís hair is the passion and love that burns in this unlikely pair. A love for a way of life, for knowledge, progressive ideas and old values. Values and traditions brought to life in atmospheric and interesting historical details. As Sara Bennettís wonderful new release, Beloved Highlander swept me away with the obvious joy and love that went into writing it and its numerous lovable characters, Iím sure that it will also capture the hearts of all those other Scottish Highland romance fans.