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A Rose In The Storm (Scottish Medieval, #2) WHEN RIVALRY BECOMES PASSION With Warfare Blazing Through Scotland, The Fate Of The Comyn MacDougall Legacy Depends On One Woman Recently Orphaned, Young Margaret Comyn Must Secure Her Clan S Safety Through An Arranged Marriage But When An Enemy Invasion Puts Her At The Mercy Of The Notorious Wolf Of Lochaber, Her Every Loyalty And Secret Want Will Be Challenged AND A KINGDOM IS AT STAKE Legendary Warrior Alexander The Wolf MacDonald Rides With Robert Bruce To Seize The Throne Of Scotland But When He Takes The Fiery Lady Margaret Prisoner, She Quickly Becomes Far Than A Valuable Hostage For, The Passion Between Them Threatens To Betray Their Families, Their Countryand Their Hearts Joyce S Tale Of The Dangers And Delights Of Passion Fulfilled Will Enchant Those Who Like Their Reads Long And Rich Publishers Weekly On The Masquerade

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10 thoughts on “A Rose In The Storm (Scottish Medieval, #2)

  1. says:

    4.5 amazing historical romance stars I received this book from Netgalley for my honest review.I admit it has been a good number of years since I have read a Brenda Joyce book and right now I am kicking myself wondering why This author has true talent with words She set the scene for this book, engaged my emotions, retained my interest and truly I was sitting on the

  2. says:

    I received this book from Netgalley for my honest review.It s actually 3 and 1 2 stars, but for the research and historical value I ve gladly upped it to 4 stars.The book is very, very well written and historically accurate, even if I think, but I m not a historian the MCs are BJ s invention.Still, I couldn t connect with them There was too much politics and I don t like no

  3. says:

    On one end you have the wallpaper historical romances The history is just a pretty set for a romance between people with very modern mindsets The history is often non existent, poorly researched, or just plain wrong On the other end there is historical fiction, which ideally seeks to tell things as they were with lots of historical context and detail and make the fictional part seam

  4. says:

    3.5 stars.The setting of this story is Scotland, 1306 A Rose in the Storm narrates the story of Margaret Comyn and Alexander The Wolf MacDonald, who are caught in opposite sides of a war Alexander is a warrior of Robert the Bruce, and Margaret s family opposes Bruce and favours England When they meet, Alexander is attacking Margaret s castle They start off as enemies and remain that way for

  5. says:

    3.5 stars This review is for a free copy courtesy of Harlequin via NetGalleyThis book was full of history Familiar historical names are interwoven with the fictional characters to produce a solid historical setting.It is the year 1306, Robert the Bruce is at war with England, he has proclaimed himself King of Scotland He is on the ma...

  6. says:

    Dissapointed, truly and thoroughly and I m a big fan of Brenda Joyce s medieval works Conqueror and mostly the Promise of the Rose are among my all time favorite of the genre and I have to say, I was expecting it this to be as well Now, don t get me wrong, it s very well written, the text flows and the depiction...

  7. says:

    J ai d cid de le lire sur un coup de t te, alors que j avais dit que j arr tais les historiques d Harlequin Oui mais voil , c est Brenda Joyce, qui a d j prouv son talent la saga des de Warenne.Et donc, ce livre a tout pour me d plaire une h ro ne qui se met dans des positions pas possibles, au m pris du bon sens, des sc nes de sexe qui se limitent 2 phrases chaque fois et il l aima et une situation historique assez i

  8. says:

    2.5 What happened here This book started as a 5 medieval romance, only to plummet down to 2 due to droning on and on like a boring history book What s not to like 17 year old Lady Margaret s awaiting her arranged marriage, only to have her castle sieged and herself imprisoned by, none other than, Alexander The Wolf of Lochaber While her loyalties are to her clan and king, Margaret can t help falling in love with her strong cap

  9. says:

    Lady Margaret, has returned to her mothers home, at Castle Fyne, which is now part of her dowry With Margaret betrothed to a Englishman, she knows she has little choice in the matter She only hopes she will have a good match like her parents did Right before she heads south to get married, she wants to visit her lands, remembering her childhood there She and her brother arrive, and get a welcome she hoped they would receive But shortly

  10. says:

    05 28 2013 Overall Rating 3.5Book Cover Book Blurb 4 4 4 StarsWriter s Voice 3.5 StarsCharacter Development 4 StarsStory Appreciation 4 StarsWorth the Chili 3 Stars ARC, but will be 7.99 when released onJune 25 I remember reading and enjoying Brenda Joyce years ago I came across this ARC and the blurb sounded really good The cover was intriguing I was i...

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