Highland Surrender is a complex, suspenseful and fascinating story. The author weaves a tale of intrigue, duty, honor and romance. Fiona and Myles face a difficult path. I so enjoyed their banter, trials and, especially, their undeniable attraction. The story unfolds layer upon layer, giving the reader a sense of the history and conflict of that turbulent period. Wonderful secondary characters and engaging subplots kept me enthralled. Fiona and Myles have a passionate relationship and it shines through whether they are fighting or loving. I truly enjoyed this story. It has all the ingredients of a great historical romance. A good love story is not enough, I need to 'feel' the history. Ms. Brogan does just that with this book. Highly recommended!
Fiona has been sold off to the enemy. Her brothers have given her to the hated Campbell clan; Myles Campbell to be exact. She has no choice but to marry him, but she doesn't have to surrender to him. Betrayal, loyalty and intricate plots follow Myles and Fiona after their vows. Can the truth free them to find love and honor after clan honor and lies threaten to tear them apart?
To seal a fragile truce, Fiona Sinclair’s brothers trade her in marriage to their sworn enemy. Though devastated by their betrayal, she has little choice in the matter, for if she refuses, her innocent young sister must take her place. The spirited Fiona is willing to sacrifice her freedom to protect her kin, but she vows never to surrender her heart.
As the eldest son of a clan chief, Myles Campbell is accustomed to having his own way. But when the king of Scotland commands he wed a defiant Highland lass instead of a French mademoiselle, Myles must obey his royal duty. Meeting his bride for the first time on their wedding day, he is pleased to discover the lass is a beauty, but she quickly proves she’d just as soon kill him as kiss him.
When two such warrior spirits collide, sparks fly, igniting a fiery passion that strains against the bonds of family honor, clan loyalty— and the ultimate surrender—love.