You can’t help but fall in love with Lynsay Sands!”—Christina Dodd. Read “The Hellion and the Highlander” by Lynsay Sands with Rakuten Kobo. Only one man could set her heart ablaze Lady Averill Mortagne learned to. Who could have imagined a Highland warrior would be the only gentleman around? Lady Averill helped save his life, and for that Kade is truly grateful. She is.

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Kade and Averill grow closer as she nurses him back to health, and after their marriage travel to Scotland to take up residence at the Stewert keep. Completely satisfying end to a great Highlander trilogy.

Kade scowled with frustration and tried to raise his hands to rub at his eyes. The Highlander’s Warrior Bride. You can read as a stand-alone and enjoy it as well.

Wish we could have seen Merry and her hubby, too, because this is the last in the trilogy.

Sands was never able to get me into the story. Plenty of funny parts some drama and only two tuppin’ parts but not for lack of trying.

Previous before that one is the Devil of the Highlands. Avril is facing what many women today face the constant judgement of others on her looks, only that the suitors that her father has been bringing her around are rejecting her rather harshly. Dec 21, Erin rated it really liked it Shelves: However after the brother beats her and it between her legs lifting up his clothing and a maid stops him by hitting him over the head This convinces Kade that she’s strong enough to be his wife and he goes to talk to her father.

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The Wolf of Kisimul Castle. It didn’t bother me whatsoever and I was easily able to follow along. Let me just say that milking is for COWS and telling a man that his “piffle” is handsome is more likely to get you laughed at than ravished. Coming home has never felt so good. I always enjoy reading historical’s by Lynsay Sands, she has the type of characters that I enjoy. Lady Averill Mortagne learned to control her fierce temper as a young girl. She straightened and turned slightly as the door opened again.

Which is sweet and right, but I do sometimes wish he could see me as I really am. Father lynssay the one who sandss me under that tree.

And it never gets resolved in any way. They were dark and dirty, with horrible large cobwebs and skittering sounds.

The Hellion and the Highlander

In The Deed the heroine is far to innocent which is believable since no one spent the time to tell her about sex etc. Oh,” she said, sounding doubtful. Two are his cousins and the other is his clansmen.

And I just wanted to smack Kade and tell him to take charge of the situation already. We appreciate your feedback. The Highlander’s Bride Trouble. I planned to continue on my journey as soon as I finished eating, but all the excitement and the food made me sleepy, so I brushed off the worst of the dirt and cobwebs my linen had gathered in my travails and curled up under the tree to sleep.

There was just something so heartwarming when the talkative Lady Averill nurses the gravely injured Kade back to health. They marry and like the other books in this ser 3. But, for the life of him, Kade cannot figure out why someone would want to kill him. Kade likes Averill very much. He makes nasty comments about how Averill’s boobs are too small and how she’d better be VERY grateful that he’s deigning to marry her, despite all her bad qualities.


I had an enjoyable time with this historical romance. I wasn’t a huge fan of the goofy things that kept happening to prevent them having sex but judging from the reviews they were a lot of people’s favorite part so YMMV. And even then she only tells him that Brody punched her, not that he’d planned to rape and kill her.

A Storm of Pleasure. He puts a knife to her throat and drags her into the secret passage that all LS castles have. Imagine if you will, living in a time where you don’t sit around with your girlfriends talking about boys and what you’d like to do with them.

Book review: Lynsay Sands’s *The Hellion and the Highlander*

Having heard all of the mans tales she starts to fall in love with him. She’d never last in the harsh Highlands as sweet as she was. Laddie, a little boy, is adorable, but he was one of the only secondary characters I really connected with or found well-developed. Her father, desperate to get her married, has tried every trick in the book, parading her in front of many snotty English lords – howeve Note: This was a fun light read.