Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York
Overview by Publisher:
Only a Scot can steal her heart.
There’s nothing ladylike about Katherine Killin. She’s a spitfire who cannot be tamed. To rid himself of her, and to honor a truce set by the Duke of Glencoe, her father agrees to wed her to his clan’s mortal enemy, Ben Rannoch. But when Katherine meets the enticingly masculine Kirk Rannoch, brother of her betrothed, she suddenly craves domination.
There is a lot to love in this short book! Sabrina York is a great author and she writes about Scotland really well!
The story is about mistaken identity and some feminine wiles used to secure a particular result. Katherine has been given away as a bride to settle a Highland feud. While she is not sad to leave her horrible clan and father, she doesn’t want to be wed to the enemy.
She inadvertently runs into her intended’s brother. Concealing her identity from him, she doesn’t hide her attraction. Either does Kirk. Sabrina York uses the natural beauty of Scotland to give the lovers-to-be a lush and beautiful landscape to explore each other.
This book has a little bit of everything that makes historical Scottish fiction worth reading. There are clan feuds, long lost family members, sword fights and family dynamics. While this is a short book, there is a lot woven together in a great story!