Author: Kira Morgan
Publication Date: March 1, 2011
Source: Sent book from publisher as part of the From Scotland With Love Tour
SWORN TO REVENGE
All her life, Josselin Ancrum has been trained for combat, hoping to exact vengeance for her heroic mother, who was killed fighting the English. When asked to spy for the Scottish Queen, Jossy joyfully accepts. But when a handsome stranger rescues her from sudden danger, his charm distracts her from her mission.
SHROUDED BY SECRECY
On the surface, Drew MacAdam may appear to be nothing more than a carefree champion, but his heart harbors a dark secret: This Highland hero is actually a skilled English soldier with a hatred for war and for the Scottish. Yet from the moment he meets the feisty Jossy, he's captured by her fiercely loyal heart. He's determined the honey-haired lass will be his ultimate prize - until the tragedy of their entwined legacies is revealed. Are these star-crossed lovers to be divided by their pasts? Or will they be...
Seduced by Destiny
I randomly found the posting for this tour in one of the groups that I follow on the Book Blogs ning and I signed up immediately. Kira Morgan is a new to me author and I'm very happy to say that I really enjoy her writing. :)
Seduced By Destiny takes place in Scotland in 1561 and is written in a manner that there are all sorts of twists and turns. On top of all the twists and turns throw in romance, some history on the game of golf, some pretty witty banter, some spying as well as many other elements and you get a pretty fast paced read.
Our heroine, Josselin (Jossy), is a Scottish lass who was raised by three combat warriors after her mother was brutally killed during a battle with the English. Jossy is not only beautiful and smart...she has a hatred for the English. Now this is were things start to get real interesting....
Our hero, Andrew (Drew) is an English soldier who hates war, hates the Scottish BUT is pretending that he is indeed a Scottish Highlander. With a pretty wicked golf game. Drew was raised by his three uncles after his father killed himself. His father could not live with the fact that he had killed a woman in men's clothing on the battlefield.
When Jossy and Drew meet the sparks start to fly. They are both easily attracted to one another, but with all the dark secrets that they have between them will there attraction and growing love survive the dangers that await them?
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical romances or stories with Scotland as the backdrop. The only quirk that I really had with the book was that I thought that after the prologue it kind of leveled off for a little bit. But that's really all I had issues with.