A fast pace, action packed romance set in the Highlands of Scotland, Amanda Forester’s True Highland Spirit is an enjoyable historical romance. With a courageous leading lady and an honorable hero, I was drawn into the political intrigue of the period when Scotland and England were enemies and at war. Morrigan McNabb is the perfect heroine; selfless, and willing to do whatever it takes to help her clan survive, she’s a woman before her time. After all, how can you dislike a woman who knows she deserves to be loved for who she is?
Chivalrous and devoutly religious, Sir Jacques Dragonet is the perfect romantic match for a strong heroine. Determined to do his duty, he’s an honorable man determined to keep his secret quest for treasure from harming the woman he comes to love. With sharp dialogue and just enough passion and chemistry to make the romance work, Morrigan and Jacques quickly became a couple I could root for. Add in a dastardly villain and you have the perfect Scottish romance.
A disguised Highland Lady, Morrigan McNabb fights beside her brothers for the survival of their clan and discovers her fiercest opponent in a French warrior disguised as a minstrel.
Determined to keep France safe from England, Sir Jacques Dragonet has sworn to help Scotland against its southern enemy. Finding a hidden treasure is a part of his goal, falling in love with a beautiful highland lass was never a part of his plan.
A steamy adventure set amidst the chaos of 14th century Scotland, where clans jockeyed for political prominence, and the French and English vied against each other in a never ending threat to Scottish autonomy. A feisty laird's daughter, Morrigan McNab,holds the secret to the stolen relic sought by French knight Sir Dragonet. Attraction sparks between the unlikely pair as each loses their heart as they pursue the same prize.