Framed for a crime he did not commit, Duncan Campbell, the illegitimate son of a chieftain, has returned to the Highlands determined to clear his name. Framed for a crime he did not commit, Duncan Campbell, the illegitimate son of a chieftain, has returned to the Highlands determined to clear. Gwen’s review of Highland Scoundrel (The Campbell Trilogy, Book 3) by Monica McCarty. Historical romance released by Ballantine Books
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With her emerald eyes and ivory skin, she is mesmerizing. So, this is what happened between Da My review contains spoilers and mccaryy mostly my thoughts as I went with the book To me it was average, plus it made me want to punch something — which is never good.
Because of that I found myself sighing out loud and very frustrated. Oct 31, Fer rated it liked it. In fact, it might be the best of the three.
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Reviewed by Suzanne Tucker Posted March 16, The story is full of secrets, betrayal, murder, and jealousy that keeps higbland loving couple apart for 10yrs. In my case, a Historical Romance Author. But I did love the trilogy. But why should she assist him when he nearly destroyed her?
REVIEW: Highland Scoundrel by Monica McCarty | The Good, The Bad and The Unread
Her mother-in-law is very strict and has no lasting affection for her. It kinda proves her husband was involved. Oh, and he knows that the Mccafty of Huntly has cannons But Jeannie still carries the guilt of not being able to love Francis, and she harbors the anger and resentment against Duncan for leaving her and thinking she betrayed him.
Duncan and Jeannie are like Jamie and Caitrina to me: I don’t like that.
Will Duncan realize that the boy is his son, despite how Jeannie’s hidden his real birth date? It was a nice series, don’t get me wrong, just one I’ll probably forget everything about it in a month. Selected pages Title Page.
A definite 5 the first half of the book. It was too far out there. The heroine in this book has many TSTL moments and suffers the consequence of most of them.
Soon passion flares hotter and bolder than before, sealing a fate the onetime lovers can no longer deny. Jeannie takes Duncan in her keep to attend the wound. Her choices and actions were so self centered that her character was completely unlikeable.
Mar 11, Lynsey A Bookish Life rated it liked it. He is drawn to the scounddrel sensual beauty of Jeannie Gordon, the headstrong girl who once pledged him her love, gave him her innocence, and then betrayed him.
It perhaps wouldn’t have been quite as tiresome if we, as readers, didn’t already know everything that was going on. But when he was banished, Jamie took the position.
mccary Then when they all were arguing in Glenlivet, whenever Colin tried to put forth a comment, no one seemed to care about his opinions.
The two get swept away by their attraction and budding love, and despite Duncan’s best intentions, he and Jeannie end up sleeping together. And the missing pieces start to come together. If her husband and father are posthumously convicted of treason, her son may find his title and inheritance forfeit. Ay, Duncan, yo te quiero para mi.