Highlander's Bride by Joanne Wadsworth

This is suspenseful, exciting and romantic. A new generation of evil has begun, Colin has groomed his youngest son, Jeremiah, to be just like him. Christina, now Kayla, has lived as a willing prisoner with Colin and his sons for 20 years, her parents lives, and the lives of the whole Fae village, held over her head. She has grown to be a kind, caring and protective woman, despite Colin. Two of her brothers, Coll and Duncan, are Fae kin, and have protected her from Colin and Jeremiah. They are now getting ready for a battle to free the Fae to live without threat. Kayla's chosen one, Ronan, was being held prisoner by her brothers, by Colin's order, when they found each other. Ronan was happy to have found her finally, only for Kayla to inform him that she would be marrying one of Colin's sons, instead of him, to protect her parents. Ronan was having none of that, and Cherub rescues him, he goes back for her. Meanwhile, Colin has told Jeremiah about Kayla's Fae blood, and has given Jeremiah permission to marry her. The rivalry between sons, the determination of Ronan and Kayla's stubbornness all war against each other making the story more involved, and more intriguing.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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