I truly enjoyed To Wed a Highlander. It was a pleasure to see how Makenna and Colin learned how to love each other and trust each other to work for the betterment of the clan. Although they didn't marry of their own choice, it was moving to see how they both worked to build a relationship with each other. In truth, after reading Conor's story, it was a relief to see how Makenna didn't get any flak about trying to do her duties. Her courage in the face of her father's death and the hostility of her own people is inspiring and so was Colin's strength and determination in the face of seemingly overwhelming odds. I sped through this book in one night and am waiting on tenterhooks for the next story of the McTiernay brothers.
To Wed a Highlander, focuses on the second McTiernay brother, Colin, who is forced to marry his brazen, impetuous sister-in-law, Makenna, in order to protect the clan of his beloved, gentle dead wife.
Pride and unfamiliar desire guides much of their initial interactions as each wrestle with unexpected and intense feelings for the other. Conor and Laurel (from The Highlander's Bride) come back in this story and add to the lively interplay plaguing the Dunstan keep as Colin and Makenna discover the joy of their hidden, unknown passions.