From the glittering courts of Elizabethan England to the storm-tossed cliffs of the Scottish Highlands comes a dazzling tale of seduction, danger, and. The Magnificent Rogue by Iris Johansen – book cover, description, publication history. The Magnificent Rogue By Iris Johansen – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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I can’t recomend this book, it just did not have enouh heart, it did not make feel In Johansen switched genres, turning to crime fiction, with which she has had great success. Love and skullduggery among the upper classes in Scotland and England. Sensuous as sin itself and wild as his native Scottish Highlands, Robert MacDarren had no intention of settling down with one woman.
English Choose a language for shopping. He had been chosen to protect her from the dangers surrounding her, yet the moment he swept her away she knew this rogue of a Scottish laird would prove a greater threat than any she faced from her enemies.
What’s not to love. Set in Elizabethan times but not perhaps with the language with Elizabeth starring herself we follow the life of Kate the illegitimate daughter of a queen. Half Spanish and experienced in their tortures as well as their pleasures, he’d been a pirate and had incurred both the praise and anger of Queen Elizabeth, who has now seized him for another assignment: Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Loved the story, enjoyed the romance. The supporting characters are just as interesting: I must say that this is one of my top 5 favorite novels. I also had a problem which I never had till now.
The Magnificent Rogue by Iris Johansen – FictionDB
In Johansen switched genres, turning to crime fiction, with which she has had great su Iris Johansen is a New York Times bestselling author. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Yet, she accepted her first sexual encounter with a very matter-of-fact attitude and little emotion when one would expect her to have an extreme abhorrence or fear of physical intimacy due to her abusive childhood.
The secondary female characters and the heroine work to fulfill a modern goal that feels terribly out of place in sixteenth century Scotland.
However, my library had an e-copy score! A wonderful highland romancce with lots of action and politica A wonderful highlander to fall for.
The Magnificent Rogue
Set up a giveaway. Kate was a great character. There is no love or romance or passion or tenderness.
And she drives Robert crazy because of it. Oct 01, Sarah Stringer rated it liked it. Yet the agreement he’d struck to keep the peace required he marry the orphaned beauty and bring her back to his castle at Craigdhu for safekeeping. When Queen Elizabeth releases Sir Robert from the tower she insists he take Kathryn as his wife and keep her far in the highlands on his island home. He never suspected that the meek hostage he had been promised would prove to be this firebrand of a woman who would challenge his mind, arouse his passion, and lay siege to his heart.
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It captivated me to the very end! The story itself was pretty good. With her he took on the job of keeping the secret of Kate’s birth from King James. I don’t find Robert to be very magnificent.
Her daughter, Tamara, serves as her research assistant. It helped me to better understand the meaning of real love! He was the Black Robert of Craighdhu, a remote island castle in Scotland, where he was laird.
Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Unfortunately the main characters, Kathryn and Black Robert, are a little annoying.
What a great story. Unfortunately it doesnt come close to the quality of writing that I had got used to with Diana Gabaldon. This was great fun and the male irs refreshingly not a douchebagthough it did make me wonder how I survived that certain era of my teenage years when I read nothing but romance novels.