[Epub] ↠ Lady of the Glen Author Jennifer Roberson – Survivingtheholocaust.us

Lady of the Glen EPUB Lady Of The Glen Author Jennifer Roberson Tanitiyor.us Bestselling Author Jennifer Roberson Once Again Captures Readers Hearts And Imaginations In This Haunting, Lyrical Tale Of An Era Of Savagery And Splendor Set Against The Heather Strewn Hills Of A Divided Scotland, Here Is The Story Of A Man And A Woman Whose Love Cannot Be Denied Lady Of The Glen Is The Spellbinding Story Of Catriona Campbell S Enduring Passion For Alasdair Og MacDonald, The Second Born Son Of Her Clan S Most Powerful Foe, The Laird Of Glencoe Enemies From Birth, Catriona And Alasdair Know From The Moment They Meet That They Will Lie In Each Other S Arms Someday But Their Love, For Centuries Forbidden, Comes At The Most Dangerous Of Times, As They Become Pawns Of Warand Of History.

[Epub] ↠ Lady of the Glen  Author Jennifer Roberson – Survivingtheholocaust.us
  • Paperback
  • 556 pages
  • Lady of the Glen
  • Jennifer Roberson
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 1575662892

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Lady of the Glen Author Jennifer Roberson – Survivingtheholocaust.us


  1. says:

    This was a very good book and an enjoyable read I really enjoyed the two main characters, Catriona Cat and Alasdair Dair a lovely Romeo and Juliet story A pleasant change to have the heroine not be drop dead gorgeous Their characters were well drawn, intelligent and displayed great chemistry I enjoyed their playful banter as they courted and afterward when they become lovers LOL when she became worried after their first time together in bed, as her brothers had always told Cat her ton This was a very good book and an enjoyable read I really enjoyed the two main characters, Catriona Cat and Alasdair Dair a lovely Romeo and Juliet story A pleasant change to have the heroine not be drop dead gorgeous Their characters were well drawn, intelligent and displayed great chemistry I enjoyed their playful banter as they courted and afterward when they become lovers LOL when she became worried after their first time together in bed, as her brothers had always told Cat her tongue would shrivel a man s well you know what Even though when Cat and Dair get together they are a loving and lusty couple, the sex scenes ar...


  2. says:

    Superb Storytelling and a Keeper a Highland Love that endures the Massacre of Glencoe I absolutely loved this story a keeper, now ensconced on my to read again shelf It has everything I love in a Scottish historical romance an epic love story, a noble hero, a strong heroine, real history, attention to detail and enough suspense and drama to draw me in Even the music of the Highlands is included I could hear the pipes and their mournful sound as Roberson described them.The story begins in 1 Superb Storytelling and a Keeper a Highland Love that endures the Massacre of Glencoe I absolutely loved this story a keeper, now ensconced on my to read again shelf It has everything I love in a Scottish historical romance an epic love story, a noble hero, a strong heroine, real history, attention to detail and enough suspense and drama to draw me in Even the music of the Highlands is included I could hear the pipes and their mournful sound as Roberson described them.The story begins in 1682 when Catriona Cat Campbell first encounters Alasdair Dair Og MacDonald She is an awkward, uncomely girl raised like one of her brothers by her druken father, but Dair pays her a compliment when no one else does, telling her that she has bonnie eyes all bluey green and bright The sort of eyes a Highlander likes to come home to How could Cat ever forget him after that Not even tho...


  3. says:

    It s a shame that this book is out of print because it s a real treat for Scottish history lovers romance, politics, violence, and bloodshed The cheesy title and steamy cover do this book a real disservice, in my opinion, because though it s a love story, it s not a bodice ripper featuring men in kilts the story hasdepth of character and complexity of plot than any other highland romance I have read Most of the characters are based on real Scots, the key players in the drama and traged It s a shame that this book is out of print because it s a real treat for Scottish history lovers romance, politics, violence, and bloodshed The cheesy title and steamy cover do this book a real disservice, in my opinion, because though it s a love story, it s not a bodice ripper featuring men in kilts the story hasdepth of character and complexity of plot than any other highland romance...


  4. says:

    This is a fairly historically accurate story of what led up to the massacre of Glencoe, a horrible episode of Scottish history that took place during the Jacobite uprisings one of many, sadly, but not anywhere near as bad as Culloden , and of all the people that were involved in it, from the victims to the perpetrators to people who were caught in the middle The book weaves multiple stories together, including that of the machinations that led to the massacr...


  5. says:

    This novel is a fictional recounting of the Massacre of Glencoe which occured in Glen Coe, Scotland on February 13, 1692 If you re not familiar with this particular travesty that occurred during the so called Glorious Revolution, read on Scotland in the late 17th century was a mess The Highlander clans up in the rugged north mountains of Scotland tended to support the Scottish King James VII, who was also King James II of England until he found himself ousted and ran away to France to live in This novel is a fictional recounting of the Massacre of Glencoe which occured in Glen Coe, Scotland on February 13, 1692 If you re not familiar with this particular travesty that occurred during the so called Glorious Revolution, read on Scotland in the late 17th century was a mess The Highlander clans up in the rugged north mountains of Scotland tended to support the Scottish King James VII, who was also King James II of England until he found himself ousted and ran away to France to live in exile there.Lowlander Scots from the south tended to support the new English king, William of Orange and his wife, Mary.The sporadic violence in the Scottish Highlands in support of bringing back James VII were known as the famous Jacobite Uprisings These uprisings by the Highlanders would continue, in some form or another until April of 1746 when the Battle of Cullod...


  6. says:

    I wanted to love this book, but it just didn t happen I was bored for the majority of it, and I kept rolling my eyes at Cat and pretty much the rest of the characters The massacre of Glencoe itself is fascinating and tragic, but this novel didn t move me nearly as much as reading accounts of it did As this is the second book of Jennifer Roberson s that I have read, I have come to reali...


  7. says:

    This may be my favorite Historical Fiction book ever For one thing I am totally intrigued with Scotland and especially the Highlanders I loved the descriptions of the places, the battles, to the people who made the story The author not only brought them to life but she took historical people and using what she could discover about what they DID, she gave them personalities and let me understand what drove them whether it was insecurities, a desire for power, or just plain cruelty I will neve This may be my favorite Historical Fiction book ever...


  8. says:

    I picked this book up solely on the fact it was set in Scotland and a recommendation from Diana Gabaldon goes a long way I m a huge fan.I love to read about Scotland s history and this book had a lot of that, but I had a hard time getting into the story on this one There was a lot of history, but it came across without the emotion it should have had, for me, anyway The characters were interesting and the story tooIt was just hard to get into, it felt like forever before I got to the I picked this book up solely on the fact it was set in Scotland and a recommendation from Diana Gabaldon goes a long way I m a huge fan.I love to read about Scotland s history and this book had a lot of that, but I had a hard time getting into the story on this one There was a lot of history, but it came across without the emotion it should have had, for me, anyway The characters were interesting and the story tooIt was just hard to get into, it felt like forever before ...


  9. says:

    What a moving account of the Massacre at Glencoe This book is why I love historical fiction Every character except 2 are real historical figures the MC being one, but even she is based on a IRL figure just the familial relationship was changed I would call thisa historical biography than fiction Obviously, the dialogue between the characters is created by the author, but her extensive research really shows thru It was realistic to the times participants really did he What a moving account of the Massacre at Glencoe This book is why I love historical fiction Every character except 2 are real historical figures the MC being one, but even she is based on a IRL figure just the familial relationship was changed I would call thisa historical biography than fiction Obviously, the dialogue between the characters is created by the author, but her extensive research really shows thru It was realistic to the times participants really did help to tell the story in an accurate way, often backed up by genuine historical documents I loved learning the political reasons maneuverings of the parties involved How a human being a fellow Scot could conspire to exterminate an entire clan The slowly developed relationship between the two MCs seemed realistic, particularly since they were from warring clans IRL Since the author took liberties with the female lead, I really app...


  10. says:

    Scottish history has been a passion of mine for quite some time, and the story of Glencoe, as horrific and tragic as it was, remains most intriguing It s surprising thatnovels aren t written based on that event, but Roberson s retelling is good The romance itself is rather implausiblewhile inter clan marriages occurred all the time, I have a hard time swallowing one between such hated enemies But I guess that s what makes it such a good yarn You might want to brush up on your histor Scottish history has been a passion of...

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