Ravished by a Highlander (Google eBook)

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Grand Central Publishing, May 1, 2010 - Fiction - 368 pages
11 Reviews

Davina Montgomery is no ordinary English lady. For her own protection, she's been locked away from society, her true identity the Crown's most closely guarded secret. Until a shocking betrayal--and a bold rescue--land her in the arms of a fierce Highlander, a powerful warrior whose searing gaze and tantalizing touch awaken her body and soul.


As the firstborn son of a powerful Scottish laird, Robert MacGregor has no loyalty to the English throne, but he's not the kind of man to leave a woman in distress, even if she is English. He vows to deliver Davina to safety, unharmed and untouched. Yet one stolen kiss leaves them both smoldering with desire...and desperate for more. With Davina's secret threatening to destroy his clan, Rob must choose between everything he holds dear and the one woman he can't live without.


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Review: Ravished by a Highlander (Children of the Mist #1)

User Review  - Aoi - Goodreads

It was a hard arduous climb for me to get to 30%. Nothing of worth happens till then. So, if you find yourself in a similar situation, Don't Give Up! Paula Quinn starts off the series with Ravished by ... Read full review

Review: Ravished by a Highlander (Children of the Mist #1)

User Review  - Liv - Goodreads

"RAVISHED BY THE RIGHT HIGHLANDER!!!" I was in the mood for "Highlander" when my credit came in &this was just a perfect fit for my craving…lol The forbidden love between Robert MacGregor (first born ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

New York Times bestselling author Paula Quinn lives in New York with her three beautiful children, three over-protective chihuahuas, and a loud umbrella cockatoo. She loves to read romance and science fiction and has been writing since she was eleven. She loves all things medieval, but it is her love for Scotland that pulls at her heartstrings.

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