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[(Highland Honor)] [by: Hannah Howell] (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. Juni 2011

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  • Taschenbuch
  • Verlag: Kensington Publishing (7. Juni 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 142012482X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1420124828
  • ASIN: B00ERK74H6
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Highland Honor In the second novel of her magnificent trilogy of medieval Scotland, Howell returns to the 15th century and the embattled Highlands with this spellbinding saga of a Scottish mercenary fated to rescue a spirited young beauty accused of murder. Reissue. Full description

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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von natoule am 16. Oktober 1999
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The second part is about Nigel. After spending years abroad as a mercenary and trying to forget his impossible love for Maldie (his brother's wife), Nigel becomes the protector of a French noblewoman accused of murder. She looks just like the woman he's trying to forget. Coincidence or fate. Nigel is afraid to trust his feelings - are they really for her or for the other? And Gisele is afraid to trust Nigel after being abused by her brutal husband. The plot is not quite as multi-layered as in the first part but still very enjoyable.
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Darcie am 26. Januar 2000
Format: Taschenbuch
I liked the book and thought that it was very exciting and very sweet how the hero is so understanding. I have to admit that I was not looking so forward to reading this book because my Mom picked it out for me. Lately she had picked up some bad ones. Just to let you know you do get mad at him a little tward the end for not telling her something, but its not something you can 't handle. Have fun with this read I know that I did.
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31 von 31 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good but dragged in some parts (Murray Brothers # 2) 29. April 2005
Von Michelle888 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Seven years ago, Nigel Murray left his beloved Scotland to become a mercenary, offering his sword and fighting skills to any French lord who pays the most. But when he wakes up one morning to find himself sprawled in the mud, having spent all night boozing with no recollection of how he got there, he knew it was time for him to go home and face reality. While deep in thoughts, he hears voices and checks to see whom they belong to. He spots two people deep in conversation but knew instantly that the one dressed like a lad is a woman.

Gisele Deveau is a hunted woman. Falsely accused of the gruesome death of her wealthy husband, she has been running away for a whole year. When Nigel ends up saving her life, she knows that he is her only refuge for many of her own family have turned away from her and has even decried her a murderess.

Realizing that Gisele's life is in extreme danger, Nigel is overcome with the need to protect her, especially when he learns that she is pretty much on her own. And although she fears men in general having suffered pain and humiliation from the hands of her husband, Gisele knows she has no choice but to trust the man who has entangled himself in her troubles.

Little do they know that they would be faced with another trouble: that of their growing attraction to each other. Nigel is torn and confused about what he feels worried that he is still holding out for a dream in Gisele's form who is the living embodiment of Maldie, with her dark curls and green eyes so much like the woman whose ghost he has clung to for years. Gisele, on the other hand, is fearful to put her trust in another man after what she has been through before.

In this second book of the Highland Series featuring the Murray brothers, we learn of what happened to Nigel since he left Donncoill after losing Maldie to his brother Balfour. It was a little sad to read about how he has immersed himself in drinking and womanizing in an attempt to ease his heartache so it was good to finally see him find happiness in the arms of Gisele.

Just like the first book, HIGHLAND HONOR is full of adventure and passion. Gisele is a likable heroine, very similar to Maldie but with a sharper tongue. Both characters are strong and well-matched and as passionate as the first book's characters. I must say though that I found some parts dragged a bit, especially while they travelled back to Scotland. But I enjoyed the homecoming scene and was happy to see the old characters from HIGHLAND DESTINY.
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Murray brother's Trilogy 19. Juni 2006
Von Chelle - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I'm a new reader of Hannah Howell's books and I couldn't be happier!

This is the second book of the Murrary brother's Trilogy. Highland Destiny is the first and Highland Promise is the third.

Nigel Murray saw through her masquerade from the first: a young woman trying to pass herself off as a page. It almost worked - until she was unmasked in battle with the English, at the point of a sword. Recklessly Nigel saved the raven haired beauty whose secrets now endangered them both. He spirited her off to Scotland, determined to erase the terror he tasted in her kiss.

Gisele knew the dark side of men, having barely escaped the brutality of her highborn husband, Lord Deveau. Now, with Deveau murdered and a price on her head, she was every man's prey - hunted for a crime she did not commit. Nigel is her only refuge, a handsome stranger who challenged her with a fiery sensuality that burned all fear in it's wake. But to truly trust him, Gisele must put the past behind her, and let her heart accept the simple truth . . . of his undying love.

This was such a fun and enjoyable read for me! The complete trilogy is wonderful!
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What a Story!!!!! 27. März 2005
Von booklover68 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This was my first Hannah Howell novel and it will not be my last!
This book had everything I look for in a romance story. The stroy was orginal and well written. Gisele had been accused of killing her husband and while on the run she encounters a Sir Nigel Murray. She reluctantly accepts his help. While the are eluding the men who want to capture and or kill her Nigel helps Gisele heal the emotional wounds that her cruel husband had inflicted on her.

Gisele had suffered but her sprit was still strong. She was smart and brave. She suffered greatly but I think that it made her an even more endearing heroine.

Nigel was brave, smart and a true hero. Although he questioned his motives for helping Gisele(I won't give his worries away) He was always honorable towards Gisele and constanly risked his life to save her.

I can't wait to read more of the Highland series.

Sensuality rating 3.5 out of 5.
18 von 21 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
This was as good as the first in the series 8. August 2000
Von Kathyb11 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Having read all four of the "Highland" series, this and the first stand out as the best. When reading a series, it's often easy to mix characters up from one book to the next because they are usually so similar but I found Nigel and Gisele unique and interesting. I liked the coming home scenes because it allows the characters to not take themselves too seriously.
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A little irritating 1. Mai 2010
Von Kuuipo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Some parts were slow and boring. It got to be annoying after a while since she tried to take matters into her own hands which only made the situation worse! I don't know what's with these "heroines" not following instructions and doing what they want and not what they're told especially when they don't have any survival skills. I can understand being strong willed and determined but this was ridiculous. No way would some "wee lass" be able to swing a sword! This I found unrealistic especially in the century she was supposed to be writing about. The sword probably weighed more than she did! I gave it an ok rating since I didn't HATE it I just thought the story could have been a little better and not so much speculative thinking on Giseles part which ran rampant throughout the book. How many times was she going to have to escape Nigel's protection and have him rescue her before she figured out her ideas weren't working? She should have had her guilty conscience about bringing him danger way before she accepted his help!

I guess I'll read the last book in the series only because I spent money on it as I can't imagine it's going to be miraculously better than the first two! After this, I will cease reading any more Hannah Howel stories.
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