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Robert the Bruce consolidates lands and loyalty in a bold war for Scotland’s independence, as his elite team of warriors, the Highland Guard, fight for king, country . . . and love.
Magnus MacKay is the ultimate Highlander: tough, proud, able to master any terrain and to best his enemies. Called “the Saint” for his refusal to discuss women, as well as for his cool and steady leadership, Magnus hides a painful truth. It isn’t virtue or piety that keeps him silent, but a wound of love and loss that cuts so deep he cannot bear to speak of it. But when the woman who refused him is betrothed to his friend and fellow Guardsman, Magnus is tested by love’s battle cry.
A wild and innocent beauty, Helen chose family duty over her desire for Magnus. Now the anger in his eyes mirrors the tormented regret in her heart. But as deadly subterfuge stalks the King and his Guard, Helen vows to right her youthful mistakes with a woman’s determined spirit. Still, Magnus harbors secrets and an iron will not to weaken to temptation—or heartache—again. But as danger looms, it’s the kiss not of a saint, but of a sinner, that can save them.

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The Saint
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The Saint
July 18th, 2015
Most enjoyable. A feminine female, but strong at heart and spirit. Male character very strong and believable. A very good read.
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Great read!
April 4th, 2015
What can I say, I love the Bruce! And even though the story about Magnus and Helen was just perfect, the thing that drew me into this book was the big part king Robert played in it. He is such a likable fellow with a sense of humour and a bit of a matchmaking streak too. It's a pity he is already married at the time as a love story dedicated to him would have made my day (yes, I'm in love with a guy that lived 700 years ago...slightly pathetic I know, but what the heck!)
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