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  • Author:
    Marcia Lynn McClure
  • ISBN:
    0983525056
  • ISBN13:
    978-0983525059
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  • Publisher:
    Distractions Ink (May 18, 2011)
  • Pages:
    308 pages
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    Literary
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Lady May Stringham had again moved forward the date of her planned visit. Lady Rockrimmon, though obviously disenchanted with the expected arrival, desired Loch Loland to be in prime condition. thought it a very arrogant plan-inviting oneself to visit much, much earlier than already settled upon. Still, she labored diligently to prepare the spare chambers for the lady and her daughter. In truth, she did not mind so much, for it gave her ample time to allow her thoughts to linger on the previous night’s meeting with the Highwayman.

Marcia Lynn McClure is one of the rare authors who can bring sensuality and explicit romantic longing without explicit detail and very cleanly done.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). Marcia Lynn McClure is one of the rare authors who can bring sensuality and explicit romantic longing without explicit detail and very cleanly done. This is a Robyn Hood type story that keeps one guessing who the hero really is until the very end. It is full of sensuality, romance, intrigue and suspense with a smattering of humor.

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by Marcia Lynn McClure. Follow the beautiful Faris Shayhan as she meets the man of every woman's dream, the Highwayman of Tanglewood, dressed in black and astride his mighty stead, the brave, heroic and dashing rogue, stole Faris' heart as easily as he stole her kiss.

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A chambermaid in the house of Tremeshton, Faris Shayhan well knew torment, despair, and trepidation. To Faris it seemed the future stretched long and desolate before her-as bleak and dark as a lonesome midnight path. Still, the moon oft casts hopeful luminosity to light one's way. So it was that Lady Maranda Rockrimmon cast hope upon Faris-set Faris upon a different path-a path of happiness, serenity, and love. Thus Faris abandoned the tainted air at Tremeshton in favor of the amethyst sunsets of Loch Loland Castle and her new mistress, Lady Rockrimmon. Further, it was on the very night of her emancipation that Faris first met the man of her dreams-the man of every woman's dreams-the rogue Highwayman of Tanglewood. Dressed in black and astride his mighty steed, the brave, heroic, and dashing rogue Highwayman of Tanglewood stole Faris's heart as easily as he stole her kiss. Yet the Highwayman of Tanglewood was encircled in mystery-mystery as thick and as secretive as time itself. Could Faris truly own the heart of a man so thoroughly enveloped in twilight shadows and mysterious secrets?

Erthai
If you are a fan of masked heroes and a little mystery with your romance then this is the book for you!

This book wasted no time jumping right into the thick of the action and it never let up. One of my favorite parts of the book is the little rendezvous with Faris and her highwayman. It is during this time that we get to not only see some sweet and endearing developments in their relationship, but also get to search for clues as to his hidden identity right along with Faris! I will admit that I pretty much knew who exactly our hero was going to be, but there were a lot of times in the book where I was second guessing myself and the fact that the author was able to do this is fantastic. The best part of these masked hero romances is the tension that builds up between the two during the course of the story because of mix ups and mistaken identities as well as the romantic tension. So when the author is able to stump me on the heroes identity as well it only increases the tension and suspense, making me one happy reader.

Faris as a character was very sweet and charming. I adored her and loved that even though she was innocent and naive sometimes she had a sharp wit that saved her numerous times as well as served to intrigue our hero more.

Another character that I adored was lochlan. He was such a fun and humorous character. Right from the beginning we see him doing his best to charm his way into fair Faris' heart, and succeeding, but the
Highwayman's shoes are hard to fill.

The highwayman was a mysterious and sometimes even playful hero. I really enjoyed learning more about him and even getting to hear his own thoughts. He is a very interesting character and extremely swoon worthy.
Here is one of my favorite quotes from him:

"I be fareer yar champion, fair Faris," the Highwayman whispered into her hair. "And ye will farever be me lassie."

Overall this was a beautifully sweet story that I have read again and again. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves dashing rogues, a healthy dose of romance, and a little mystery.
nailer
I’ve read several of McClure’s novels available through Amazon, and will continue to. This is by far my favorite so far! Wow! Even though I was pretty sure what was going on, it was still fun to read and find out how the story unfolded. I could not put it down!

Faris is a young chambermaid who is given and takes advantage of the chance to leave the employment of a family where she is unsafe from the advances of the family’s heir and future lord. Faris waists no time. She leaves as soon as it is dark. It is during her nightly escape when she first meets him. The legendary Highwayman of Tanglewood. From that first stolen kiss, Faris is done for. A year passes with Faris happy in her new home. And dreaming of her highwayman from that one and only fateful meeting. The family is all that is kind and generous. They treat Faris as a friend and daughter. It is also at this time when the heir and future lord, Lachlan, comes home from spending 2 years away. Faris also meets the highwayman again. Faris now has several wonderful and gallant men in her life who champion for her. But who is this mysterious highwayman? Who is the man behind the mask? Can Faris really have a life with the man she loves?

I truly felt for Faris and her heart tearing her apart. This is definitely one book that I will reread! Bravo!
Kea
All they did was smile and giggle...So annoying. There was really no substance to this story. I kept thinking that surely something exciting will happen. But I was disappointed...The only thing the story focuses on is the identity of the Highwayman. In lost interest in it about halfway through. Lame ending too...much too predictable.
Zieryn
I was so excited when this went from a novella to a book! Some of the best kisses and unrelentingly devotion one can hope from the man they love are felt in these pages. It pulls you in and you want to keep coming back for more.
wanderpool
Oh, my, dearest SWOON. I get why, when I've read about Ms McClure's books, this book is at the top of the list. First, it's really fun and exciting. There's an adorable h, and there are potentially THREE H's, all who would make your heart beat fast, but who are all shrouded in mystery (see? even better!!) My favorite of the three H's is Lochlan - the guy is totally hot, super quirky, and says my favorite line: "Injustice is plaguing the countryside! And I think pie may be the only answer. Have a bite." Secondly, it's WAY clean. There are some toe-curling kisses, but nothing descriptive. I read it on Kindle - I'm buying my own paper copy.
Glei
Marcia Lynn McClure is one of the rare authors who can bring sensuality and explicit romantic longing without explicit detail and very cleanly done.

This is a Robyn Hood type story that keeps one guessing who the hero really is until the very end. It is full of sensuality, romance, intrigue and suspense with a smattering of humor. Very well-written she always seems to be able to really `bring the reader into' the story. The characters really come to life, the personalities and surrounding scenes are eloquently portrayed.

The title fits well and so does the book cover. However, I feel the darkness of it will allow potential readers to pass it by.

My review of this book gives it a hearty Five Stars rating.
Angana
Positive: The story got my attention right away and never lost it. I'm the kind of person that usually knows most of what's going to happen, how things will end, etc., but this one kept me guessing. I thought I knew who was under the mask, but wasn't really sure, because it could have been one or two other people. Story was great, I couldn't put it down.

Negative: There was way too much mouth watering, moistness, etc., in this book. By the time I was about 3/4 the way through, I was picturing the heroine walking around drooling like a Saint Bernard and leaving puddles of drool all over the place. An editor should have caught that, it's the only real flaw but it really took away from the emotion that was supposed to be conveyed.

Best line in the book: "Injustice is plaguing the countryside! And I think pie may be the only answer. Have a bite."