The Highlander’s Runaway Bride

Written by Terri Brisbin
Review by Elizabeth Knowles

In the medieval Scottish Highlands, Robert Mackintosh must make a dutiful, arranged marriage to benefit his clan. He travels to collect his affianced bride, but finds that she has run away. Eva MacKay is the victim of an abusive father and of the heartbreak caused by an earlier relationship. She has secrets to keep—secrets that would harm another if they became known. Robbie finds Eva, nurses her back to health, and takes her home to Drumlui Keep. Her apprehensions continue, although Robbie and the clan cherish and support her.

This spicy, emotional page-turner will keep readers enthralled and near tears at times. A happy ending seems impossible, but if anyone can pull it off, Robbie Mackintosh can. Pages will be turned compulsively as readers discover whether Robbie and Eva can find their happily ever after without damaging someone else. Fans of sexy Scotsmen in kilts will enjoy this second book in the Highland Feuding series. Brisbin is an award-winning, bestselling author of over 34 historical and paranormal romances.