What grabbed me the most was that I felt this novel was a second chance at first love. Sir Colin Marr has loved Lady Sorcha from afar for so long. He knows that she is forbidden fruit due to the fact she is betrothed to his brother Brice Marr. What Sorcha doesn’t know is that Brice is less then faithful to her. Even if she does know she turns a blind eye. When Colin decides to steal a kiss it ends with him fleeing his home.
10 years later Colin returns on the night of his brother’s death. He must convince Lady Sorcha to help him pose as his brother Brice to find the traitor against Scotland. That is easier said than done. Even though there is no love lost between Sorcha and Brice she has more attraction to Colin since he opened up her attraction. Sorcha highly doubts her heart can handle helping Colin find the traitor. Colin is determined to make Sorcha see him once and for all as the man she needs to be with.
Favorite Colin quote:
“He had long imagined finding Lady Sorcha alone within the walled herb garden of his home- her smiling beaming, her Mackay gray Eris dancing mischief and delight at his presence.”
Favorite Sorcha quote:
“Deciding the herb garden would always be her favorite retreat at Strathnaver, Sorcha nodded.” Aye, I am more than ready to be the happiest woman on earth.””
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