My Review of When a Highlander Weds a Hellion by Julie Johnstone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is Broch and Katrienes story, and you will love every bit of it. The way she writes and how she pulls you in at every turn is amazing.
I loved Broch. He was a bastard that needed to be found emotionally. Katrienes was the woman who could find him and she made sure to show what kind of woman she was. Fiery, everything Broch needed.
Awesome book and so much action, mystery and murder, balled up into a perfect book.
Fierce, famed Highland warrior Broch MacLeod has always been a bastard—until one day he isn’t. And now that he’s discovered his real family, he intends to do whatever it takes to carve a place for himself in it, including wedding the lass known as the Hellion of the Highlands.
What will she do for vengeance?
When strong-willed, independent Katreine Kinntoch is forced to wed her sworn enemy’s son, she vows never to surrender her body or heart to the wickedly handsome, too-cocky Scot. Instead, she intends to make him dislike her so much that he’ll gladly send her back to her home.
How long will it take them to see they are each other’s only hope?
Danger and treachery unexpectedly bring Broch and Katreine closer, but can they trust each other enough to choose love over the ties that bind and the revenge that burns all around them?
She looked at the face of the man who would be her husband, a man who thoughts of had once filled her with promise. She felt as if she had somehow been duped. Sunlight glimmered over his perfectly rugged features like beams of icy radiance. She’d let her guard down like a fool for a handsome face. No, a wickedly beautiful face, damn the Scot. She might have to wed Broch to save her family, but she would not go like a meek, foolish little lamb to be slaughtered. She was a shield-maiden!