Synopses & Reviews
Fleeing into the wilderness to escape an abusive marriage, Lady Isabelle Tynsdale would sooner face down a wild boar than spend another night with her wretched husband. Battered by the elements, desperate to elude a band of attackers, and defending herself against, as fate would have it, a wild boar she is rescued by the handsome Laird David Campbell.
Campbell knows holding Isabelle captive for ransom is his best chance to temper the storm threatening to destroy his clan. The ransom of an English countess should be more than enough to pay off his debts to England and save him from an unwanted marriage. But Isabelle didn't escape her husband just to become another man's captive and Laird Campbell is seriously misguided if he thinks she's going to go quietly.
Praise for The Highlander's Sword:
Highly entertaining debut romantic comedy of miscommunications and misunderstandings.
"Forester follows 2010's The Highlander's Sword with another vivid portrait of romance in 14th-century Scotland. Five years after Lady Isabelle Tynsdale leaves her aged husband, she travels to the king's court seeking to have her marriage dissolved, narrowly avoiding a confrontation with her husband's soldiers. Isabelle is saved from a band of attackers by Sir David Campbell, a Highlander known as an enemy of the king. Their mutual attraction doesn't stop David from taking Isabelle prisoner when he learns her identity, as he figures her husband will pay a pretty penny to ransom her back. As Isabelle makes several humorously botched attempts to escape David's castle, the assertive English lady clashes frequently with the brusque Highlander. Despite the book's unusual length, the plot never falters, and fans of Highland romance will appreciate Forester's devotion to historical accuracy and effortless storytelling." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.