The Laird Kidnapped by her family s enemies a young English woman becomes a prisoner of a Scottish clan only to capture the heart of her captor

  • Title: The Laird
  • Author: Juliana Garnett
  • ISBN: 9780515133882
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kidnapped by her family s enemies, a young English woman becomes a prisoner of a Scottish clan only to capture the heart of her captor.

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      Published :2019-07-16T20:08:45+00:00

    About "Juliana Garnett"

    1. Juliana Garnett

      AKA Michelle Brandon, Micki Brown Virginia Brown, Emma Harrington and Virginia Lynn.

    578 thoughts on “The Laird”

    1. Originally Posted At Addicted To RomanceJudith Lindsay has been a widow for seven years, and knows that she wouldn't be welcome back with her own family in England. So her only purpose is her niece, Mairi, who is the only one that make her feel she has a purpose. But while spending time with her niece, enjoying the fresh spring after the long winter, riders come storming their way and kidnap both Judith and Mairi. So Judith finds herself kidnapped, far away from anyone she knows. Judith is deter [...]

    2. This book bored me. There are no other words to describe it. It took me four days to read this book when I can normally read a book of this length in one (maybe two if I am busy that day). I just simply kept putting it down to do something else because nothing in this book held my attention. There were no great obstacles to overcome or climaxes to make you feel the story had been told. There were also contradictions that bugged me. For example, she calls herself barren at the start of the book a [...]

    3. First book by author. This is probably the most realistic medieval highland romances I've read. Fast paced. Just a great plot and you don't want to put the book down. Heat factor= just WARM, but a very satisfying warm.

    4. This was an overall good book. Not my favorite. A little tough to get through in some spots. The ending was great and I loved the relationship between Rob and Judith.

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