The Angel and the Highlander

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HarperCollins, Apr 28, 2009 - Fiction - 384 pages
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The fearless warrior has finally met his match . . .

When Alyce Bunnock's father tried to marry her off, she fled, taking shelter at Everagis Abbey, donning a nun's habit, and renaming herself Sister Terese. But when Lachlan Sinclare arrives to restore her to her family, the safety of the convent is shattered. At the sight of the handsome Highlander, Alyce fears for her freedom—and weakens with desire.

Lachlan has been tasked with finding shrewish Alyce, but can think only of beautiful Terese. Yet with every forbidden touch, Lachlan comes closer to the truth. And once her secret is revealed, Alyce must choose between the independence she's always craved and the tempting man she cannot resist.

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Review: The Angel and the Highlander (Sinclare Brothers #3)

User Review  - Gina - Goodreads

The Angel and the Highlander (Sinclare Brothers #3) by Donna Fletcher This is my first book by Fletcher and it was pretty good, maybe a 2.5 stars. It has strong women characters and strong (idiot ... Read full review

Review: The Angel and the Highlander (Sinclare Brothers #3)

User Review  - Cherie - Goodreads

Alyse/Terese is a warrior heroine just like the two ladies who's stories have gone before her. I thought she was perfect for Lachlan who is, and considers himself, a ladie's man. He has been the one ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Part of the fun in writing, Donna Fletcher admits, is doing the research. But it is with her characters that she has the most fun. She loves giving life to fresh characters and feels their excitement as they face the pleasures and pitfalls of falling in love.

Donna's own adventures have taken her to England, Ireland, and Scotland. She has walked the fields where battles were fought centuries ago, toured haunted castles, stood where beheadings were commonplace, explored the mystic mounds of long ago, and collected a plethora of memories and research that will live long in her heart and mind. She also loves exploring and photographing old abandoned homes, and she often takes long walks in the woods with camera in hand. She feels her life is rich and full, having three terrific sons, two fantastic daughters-in-law, an endless supply of friends, a loving dog, and a crazy, black, one-eyed cat named Bear.

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