Book Review: How to Abduct a Highland Lord

How to Abduct a Highland Lord
MacLean Curse #1
Author: Karen Hawkins
Pages: 352 pgs
Reading Level: Adult
Published: January 30th 2007
Review Source: Purcahsed
Available: Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Borders

Summary: (from goodreads) It's hardly the type of wedding Fiona MacLean dreamed of. No family, no guests, just a groom who's been dragged -- literally -- to the altar. But if marriage to Black Jack Kincaid, the handsome wastrel she'd sworn never to see again, will avert a bloody war between their clans, so be it. Surely she can share his bed without losing her heart....

Known throughout Scotland and London as a wild rogue, Jack is accustomed to waking in dire situations, but...married? Long ago, he and Fiona reveled in a youthful passion. Now, the fiery, sensual lass is his once more. And though their marriage is in name only, Jack is determined to win her forever -- body and soul....

Book 1 of the Maclean Curse Series

I started reading backwards, read the last book first, but liked it so much that I had to read the whole series. A historical romance full of fun and easy to read.

Fiona Maclean took matters into her own hands to stop the lifelong feud between her family and the Kincaid’s. She kidnaps Jack, semi-unconscious and a bit drunk, and forces him to marry her. They had a young lovers history together, but she ended up walking away from him. Now, they need to learn to open up to their newly awaken feelings and bring their guard down if they are going to make this marriage work. Their resentment is not the only thing that they have to fight against, but there are others who are trying to sabotage the marriage, and that includes Fiona’s overprotective brothers.

I am glad to go back to the beginning, to better understand where the characters on the subsequent books are coming from.

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