Devil of the Highlands
Devil of the Highlands is a humorous and juicy romance from Lynsay Sands that captivates the reader from the very beginning and holds you through to the end. Evelinde has agreed to wed the notorious Laird of Donnachaidh believing her life could not be any worse than it is now with the mistreatment from her mean hearted stepmother. Cullen--Laird of Donnachaidh, fierce and feared, is thinking that taking a wife will soften the harsh feelings that divide his clan with the vicious rumors that started with the accidental deaths of those around him. He’s not a very well-spoken man and usually finds his words causes more problems, so he’s made a practice of keeping his thoughts and feeling to himself. Evelinde is a sweet and talkative wife that stirs many passions in which Cullen has no problem expressing physically but his words seem to stir up the humor and Evelinde’s emotions. This is just the start of the problems for these two. There’s danger brewing at Donnachaidh and the growing feelings of Cullen and Evelinde could lead to a deadly ending if they cannot solve the past and current accidents that plague the Laird of Donnachaidh.
Lynsay Sands makes reading romance fun and lively with her characters and fascinating plot. The witty dialogue between Cullen and Evelinde creates an entertaining romance that puts a smile on your face even as it melts your heart. The plot unfolds with surprising turns to keep the reader enthralled and along with the steamy romance; this novel definitely is worth picking up and reading. Get your copy of Devil of the Highlands and get ready for a great read. Enjoy!
Book Blurb for Devil of the Highlands
They call him the Devil . . .
He is the most notorious laird of Scotland: fierce, cold, deadly . . . and maybe even worse. Yet Evelinde has just agreed to wed him. Anything, she thinks, is better than her cruel stepmother. Though Evelinde should be wary of the rumors, she can’t help but be drawn to this warrior . . . for the Devil of the Highlands inspires a heat within her that is unlike anything she has ever known.
They may call him whatever they wish, but Cullen, Laird of Donnachaidh, cares only for the future of his clan. He must find a wife, a woman to bear him sons and heed his commands. He has no need for beauty or grace, but one taste of his lovely bride’s sweet lips and the sultry feel of her skin arouse an untamed passion. Perhaps there’s more to marriage than he thought . . .
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