MacKay, Countess of Kirkmoor, is finally free of her abusive husband
Lord of Kirkmoor. Lorna’s new found
freedom comes with a price; she’ll have to leave
Kirkmoor Castle because she never
heir. With Colin dead, no one would know
he was impotent and that she isn’t pregnant, so she decides to lie and
proposition the handsome and sexy Brodie MacKay to help her conceive a
pass off as her dead husband’s. If
Brodie accepts, she can get the two things she wants,
Kirkmoor Castle and Brodie in her bed.
MacKay, the village blacksmith, is on a mission to recover his
was stolen by his Uncle Colin. Colin
treated Brodie horribly over the years and Lorna, his uncle’s wife,
cared for him after his uncle’s abuse.
Brodie wants Lorna so bad he hurts, but she only
wants him for his
ability to father her child so she can pass it off as his uncle’s and
keep Kirkwood Castle…HIS birthright.
an absolutely awesome hero. He’s sexy,
beautiful, loving, tender, tough and vulnerable, especially when it
Lorna. I enjoyed the way Brodie and
Lorna fought over the most ridiculous things because they are already
even though they don’t realize it yet.
The making up was my favorite part though<g>. Personally, I was more involved in the
romance than the suspense, but the suspense was well written and I
suspect the actual culprit until the very end.
Moran taing, to Fiona Neal for
BRODIE MACKAY. It’s a sweet, sensual
story with the right amount of sexual tension and satisfying
characters. I love to read about the
Highland Clans, their
lands and castles and how they’re intertwined.
Ms. Neal’s descriptions of everything are so vivid. In my opinion, this book was rated a little
strong by the publisher. The love scenes
seemed more sensual than spicy and I feel any reader of the romantic
could enjoy this book.
Ray for The Road to
April 15, 2004