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The Highlanders Heart (Highlander #2) Summary ô 9 Â Fleeing into the wilderness to escape an abusive marriage Lady Isabelle Tynsdale would sooner face down a wild boar than spend another night with her wretched husband Battered by the elements desperate to elude a band of attackers and defending herself against as fate would have iAge But Isabelle didn't escape her husband just to become another man's captive and Laird Campbell is seriously misguided if he thinks she's going to go uietly Praise for The Highlander's Sword Highly entertaining debut romantic comedy of miscommunications and misunderstandings Publishers Weekly. An English Lady with sass an unlikely Highland protector and plenty of good humor make up this delightfully entertaining historical romanceAfter the death of her uncle English Lady Isabelle Tynsdale is on the run from her cruel husband Isabelle knows that her husband will kill her if he finds her just to claim her inheritance her Uncle’s estate While on the run from her husband’s men Isabelle gets lost by herself She winds up all alone and disheveled and the only help around is a brute of a highlander The highlander turns out to be the Laird David Campbell who helps Isabelle without knowing her identity Isabelle is afraid that if her identity is discovered she will be sent back to her husband As David and Isabelle travel together they develop an attraction for each other but both know that because of Isabelle’s husband and David’s marital obligations they could never be a couple However neither know the truth about Isabelle’s husbandThe Highlander’s Heart is an engaging read and I really loved this book There is plenty of action and adventure Isabelle may be an English Lady but she has spunk She is constantly trying to escape she has a penchant for getting herself into trouble and David Campbell has to continually rescue her Don’t get me wrong here while Isabelle is in trouble a lot she is not at all annoying or whiny She is highly entertaining a heroine to love David is a strong warrior and leader he puts value in his word and his family He has a very large family many bothers and sisters so the last thing he really needed was to be responsible for a lost woman He proves again and again that he is a very good man by continually putting up with Isabelle’s antics Isabelle and David are a very good match and between them and David’s sisters there really is never a dull momentThe adventure in The Highlander’s Heart is tempered with humor and with romance There is a bit of a side story in The Highlander’s Heart involving David’s younger sister Cait Cait and Isabelle become good friends and Cait proves that she can get into just as much trouble as Isabelle I enjoyed Cait’s part of the story but really Isabelle and David are the shining stars of this novelThere is much to love about The Highlander’s Heart There is tension between the English and the Scots Highland warriors a mischief finding heroine inter clan struggles and an unexpected enemy This book is book 2 in a series but I honestly had no idea it was book two until after I read it You don’t have to read book 1 to enjoy book 2 but I enjoyed The Highlander’s Heart so much that I will have to read the other books in the seriesThe Highlander’s Heart will grab you entertain you you will laugh cry and live the story right along with the characters The bottom line here Historical Romance and Highlander fans do not miss The Highlander’s Heart I very highly recommend this book

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Fleeing into the wilderness to escape an abusive marriage Lady Isabelle Tynsdale would sooner face down a wild boar than spend another night with her wretched husband Battered by the elements desperate to elude a band of attackers and defending herself against as fate would have it a wild boar s. Posted on Under the CoversThis book has been sitting on my bookshelf for so long I had no idea what I was missing out on until I picked it out of my teetering shelf and opened it There was a surprise waiting for me insideBefore this Amanda Forester was a new –to me author and as a highlander romance fan I knew I had to try her books out Within the first ten pages I knew this book was different There was historical accuracy There were great characters And there was a handful of charm that went a long wayIsabelle Tynsdale is running away from her abusive husband who after the death of her uncle has the intention of killing her to gain inheritance to her lands She escapes on her horse fleeing her home and the man who has hurt her greatly When her horse decides to leave her letting her fend for herself alone she stumbles upon three evil men with the intention of raping her Scared beyond belief and wondering if she made the right decision running from her husband for dangerous threats she is rescued by a barbarian Later she finds out his name is Laird David CampbellTheir chemistry is instant and palpable What I loved about this book is the fact that Forester first develops strong character in the hero and heroine David is the barbarian highlander while Isabelle is the English lass with some sass Then Forester puts them together and it’s absolute dynamiteThere is a mixture of adventure passion politics and charm Perhaps my favourite parts of the book are the dialogue between David and Isabelle Their banter is enough to keep me reading for days as is the subplot of David’s sister Cait I can’t wait to see what is in store for herOverall THE HIGHLANDER’S HEART kept me reading into the wee hours of the night making me laugh and fall in love alongside the characters

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The Highlanders Heart Highlander #2He is rescued by the handsome Laird David Campbell Campbell knows holding Isabelle captive for ransom is his best chance to temper the storm threatening to destroy his clan The ransom of an English countess should be than enough to pay off his debts to England and save him from an unwanted marri. For a complete review visit Affaire de Coeur magazine hard copy or online at November 2011 issue