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Author:
Donna Fletcher
ISBN13:
978-0061934728
ISBN:
0061934720
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Publisher:
Avon; Original edition (June 28, 2011)
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Historical
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1647 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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Donna Fletcher returns to the Scottish Highlands with Loved by a Warrior, the second sensuous story in her magnificent Warrior King series, continuing the thrilling saga of four brave warriors destined to return the legendary king of Scotland to his throne.

Donna Fletcher returns to the Scottish Highlands with Loved by a Warrior, the second sensuous story in her magnificent Warrior King series, continuing the thrilling saga of four brave warriors destined to return the legendary king of Scotland to his throne.

Excerpt from the next book in the Warrior King series. She is no bride to any of us, so the hex won’t work, another said, and took a step back. Then you go wrench her bride price from her, declared the heavy fellow. Reeve furrowed his brow. Chapter 1. Reeve stood hidden amongst the snow-laden pine trees. He didn’t move a muscle and slowed his breathing. He didn’t want to be detected as he watched the scene unfold before him with interest. Could it be so? He had believed a death bride was a mere myth. I’m not touching her, spat the thin fellow. The woman grew more defiant.

Donna Fletcher, CreatorDonna Fletcher. A fierce Pict warrior. A woman with too many secrets. A love that cannot be denied. Wrath is the leader of the King’s personal guard, honor-bound to protect the King before all else

Donna Fletcher, CreatorDonna Fletcher. Wrath is the leader of the King’s personal guard, honor-bound to protect the King before all else. He is a man not known for his kindness or patience, so when Wrath is made responsible for a woman he discovers in a snowdrift, he does not know what to do with her. Verity wakes besides the mighty Wrath shocked to see him. Though she knows him, she has never met him. How to explain that to him is the problem as are the secrets she must keep, for now.

It seemed the more she moved, the deeper inside her he went. She had finally resorted to pleading, but he had just grinned. Finally, she had threatened. I will return this torture one da. .She had remained quiet after that, biting at her bottom lip to prevent the heated moans from bubbling over

The Highlander’s Bride. Donna Fletcher is a USA Today bestselling author of historical and paranormal romances.

Wed To A Highland Warrior. Sinclare Brothers’ Series. The Highlander’s Bride. Her books are sold worldwide. She started her career selling short stories and winning reader contests. She soon expanded her writing to her love of romance novels and sold her first book SAN FRANCISCO SURRENDER the year she became president of New Jersey Romance Writers. com where you can learn more about her. In Loved by a Warrior, a noble Highland knight is enchanted by a beautiful lady who is cursed to bring doom to anyone who loves her. Fans of Karen Ranney and other masters of emotionally rich Scottish historical romance novels should flock to Fletcher’s thrilling adventure of the heart. Romance Fiction Historical Romance.

Donna Fletcher returns to the Scottish Highlands with Loved by a Warrior, the second sensuous story in her magnificent Warrior King series, continuing the thrilling saga of four brave warriors destined to return the legendary king of Scotland to his throne. In Loved by a Warrior, a noble Highland knight is enchanted by a beautiful lady who is cursed to bring doom to anyone who loves her. Fans of Karen Ranney and other masters of emotionally rich Scottish historical romance novels should flock to Fletcher’s thrilling adventure of the heart.
  • Second in her Scottish warrior series, Donna Fletcher's novel Loved by a Warrior has a good plot with some interesting twists and turns. The dialogue was a bit repetitious though and conversations a little stilted.

    Tara has been deemed a "death bride." A curse was spoken over her as a child; her first love passed away and her husband died before the marriage was consummated. Tara's father has promised her to another man and she wants nothing to do with marriage. She leaves her father's lands and finds herself surrounded by bandits.

    She is saved by Reeve MacAlpin, who can defeat four or five men at a time. She is grateful but she is aware of her curse and keeps her distance from Reeve. She fears if he even touches her, he could die. Reeve likes Tara and convinces her to accompany him to his lands so that she may have a normal life.

    He is aware of the curse but unafraid of it. In fact, he cannot believe that Tara has allowed it control of her life. Reeve comes from a family of four brothers and one of them is supposed to be the true king of Scotland. The phrase,"true king" is repeated throughout the novel. The reader does not know who this is; presumably the last book will let the reader in on the secret.

    Tara enjoys life with the MacAplins but she finds ways to stave off Reeve's advances. She constantly tells him it is for his own good, and this is her mantra. She is so ensnared by the ranting of an angry woman from years ago that it colors almost all of her decisions. She is stubborn about so many things, especially rejecting Reeve's protective spirit. Whereas "I love you" is what most heroines long to hear from their heroes, Tara never wants Reeve to utter the words. This made little sense to me, if he loved her wouldn't the curse be active whether he said the words or not?

    For the most part this is a likable couple, although I cannot count the number of times Reeve uttered the annoying words to his brothers, "I will beat you" and Tara tended to be locked in her fears. By far the best part of this novel is the last third, where many secrets are revealed and Tara finally trusts in Reeve's love.

  • This second In the Warrior King series, had some similar elements to the first in the series. It did end up veering off into a different direction eventually, but the similarities made it a little less intriguing to start with. The characters were appealing and had good chemistry. Donna Fletcher is very good at creating witty dialogue that you end up smiling about as well as steamy hot love scenes. It’s a winning combination, and what makes her novels so endearing.

  • This is an interesting read, Reese age 26, one of four son's. This is his story. He finds Tara, age 23 and sparks fly. The down side is that is is very slow until but half way through.

  • is rescued by a Scottish warrior on her way to marry a Scottish King. The curse she holds will bring death to any man she loves or marries. But the Scottish warrior doesn't believe in curses and will try to convince her that love will break it's hold. Many twists and turns and the continuing story of the secret of who is the true king of Scotland.

  • This story by Donna Fletcher was so good I could not stop reading until it's conclusion. The more I read this series the more I become hooked. I would recommend this book to anyone.

  • Fortunately Tara was lifted from curse and could go on with her life....another good book ....love concurs all...thank you again....!!!

  • Grabs your interest fast and keeps it the whole book. Not full of bad language either, which a a hallmark of low intelligent or non educated people of that era.

  • I loved the whole series of The Warrior King. I had to have all four books.