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Historical
  • Author:
    Kathleen Givens
  • ISBN:
    0440235677
  • ISBN13:
    978-0440235675
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  • Publisher:
    Dell (October 12, 1999)
  • Subcategory:
    Historical
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Kathleen Givens's magnificent novel sweeps from Queen Anne's London to the Highland wilderness. Watch for the next book in the magnificent Kilgannon saga: The Wild Rose of Kilgannon, coming in November 1999 from Dell.

Kathleen Givens's magnificent novel sweeps from Queen Anne's London to the Highland wilderness. and into the hearts of one proud, passionate family: the MacGannons o. .Mary Lowell wasn't interested in marriage despite her aunt's determination to find her a husband by the end of the London Season.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Kathleen Givens's magnificent novel sweeps from Queen Anne's London to the Highland wilderness. and into the hearts of one proud. A place where love and war collide-and she would be possessed by the Scottish chieftain they called. barbarian Enter a world of breathtaking romance and rugged adventure. Enter the world of Kilgannon-an unforgettable story of love and treachery in a great Scottish clan.

Kilgannon (Kilgannon, and The Wild Rose o.2 primary works, 2 total works. The story is set in England and Scotland, from 1712 to 1716, and is told in a first person point of view. A place where love and war collide-and she woul. ore.

Author Kathleen Givens. Books by Kathleen Givens: The Wild Rose of Kilgannon. 10 6.

In her unforgettable novel Kilgannon, Kathleen Givens brought to vivid life the tempestuous romance of Mary Lowell, an English aristocrat, and the Scottish chieftain Alex . All of Kathleen Givens books are truly wonderful. She brings you there with her on her journey

In her unforgettable novel Kilgannon, Kathleen Givens brought to vivid life the tempestuous romance of Mary Lowell, an English aristocrat, and the Scottish chieftain Alex MacGannon, who claimed her as his bride. The Wild Rose of Kilgannon. She brings you there with her on her journey. This is the first book I read that brought me to Scotland (if only in my mind).

NO NOVEL IS PUBLISHED WITHOUT ASSISTANCE AND this one had considerable ncouragement; Maggie Crawford.

A place where love and war collide-and she would be possessed by the Scottish chieftain they called. barbarianEnter a world of breathtaking romance and rugged adventure.

Kathleen (Kathy) Agnes Hill (born Kilganon) was born at birth place, to James William George Kilgannon and Marie .

Kathleen (Kathy) Agnes Hill (born Kilganon) was born at birth place, to James William George Kilgannon and Marie Kilgannon (born Olson). James was born on June 3 1911, in Coleman, Alberta. Marie was born circa 1911. Kathleen married first name Hill at marriage place. Kathleen passed away of cause of death in 2013, at death place. Public Records Index. Kathleen A Kilgannon 1962.

A place where love and war collide–and she would be possessed by the Scottish chieftain they called. Enter a world of breathtaking romance and rugged adventure. A place where love and war collide–and she would be possessed by the Scottish chieftain they called.

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A place where love and war collide--and she would be possessed by the Scottish chieftain they called . . . barbarianEnter a world of breathtaking romance and rugged adventure. Enter the world of Kilgannon--an unforgettable story of love and treachery in a great Scottish clan. Kathleen Givens's magnificent novel sweeps from Queen Anne's London to the Highland wilderness . . . and into the hearts of one proud, passionate family: the MacGannons of . . . Kilgannon.Mary Lowell wasn't interested in marriage despite her aunt's determination to find her a husband by the end of the London Season. Then Alex MacGannon, Earl of Kilgannon, strode into the ballroom and commanded her heart. They called him a barbarian, a rough-hewn Scot--chieftain of clan MacGannon. They said no woman could hold him, as he set sail on the high seas. But Alex returned to claim Mary Lowell as his own, to carry her off to Scotland, to his magnificent ancestral castle, Kilgannon. And as the Highlands are torn by rebellion, Mary will find passion--and danger--in the rugged land she would now call home.Watch for the next book in the magnificent Kilgannon saga: The Wild Rose of Kilgannon, coming in November 1999 from Dell.

Kieel
After reading ON A HIGHLAND SHORE and its sequel RIVALS FOR THE CROWN, I became a devoted fan of Givens and her amazing talent for weaving a story from history that sweeps you away.

KILGANNON is a story of the same Highlander family in ON A HIGHLAND SHORE, but ten generations later--in 1712. Set in Scotland and England, it tells the story of Mary Lowell, a pampered debutante, swept up in London's society of parties and entertainment. Mary saw no suitors that appealed to her but then it was expected she'd marry the Campbell. Then Alex MacGannon, the Earl of Kilgannon, shows up at a soiree in London one evening wearing a kilt and Mary is intrigued, captivated.

They called Lord Kilgannon a barbarian, a Scottish chief of clan MacGannon who sailed the seas in his ships. But Mary finds the Scottish lord polished and with a wonderful sense of humor. Alex knows what he wants and he wants Mary Lowell for his wife, to live with him and his two young sons in castle Kilgannon. The Highlands are torn by rebellion, and Mary is drawn into the conflict as another man competes for her love.

Alex is every bit the man his ancestor, Gannon, was and I could not help falling in love with him as he pursued the English heroine, a strong woman of character who would leave her own land for his. Givens' writing is wonderfully descriptive and the feelings between the two characters develop subtly and believably. You are drawn into their world without realizing it.

The sequel, THE WILD ROSE OF KILGANNON, continues story of Alex and Mary as they face England's wrath together. When you can't stop reading, you know you've found a keeper. The two books comprise a rich tale of the 18th century you will want to re-read! Givens is a superb storyteller.
Jusari
I have come to expect a fair amount of typos in free books. Sad but true, it is often the case. However, this is the first book I have paid more then a couple bucks for that had so many typos. It is not just a few, but rather, it is significant. Some are minor enough to barely notice. Others are major, such as the first word of a new paragraph just missing, or what should read as "Alex" being typed as NlXT. There were a few that were messed up enough that I was unable to even determine what the word was suppose to be. There were words missing, extra words and two words joined together rpeatedly. The sad thing is that it is a good read and an entertaining story. But I am very dissapointed to pay $8 for a book that cleary has not been edited at all. I would have purchased more of this author based on the story itself, but due to all the typos and mistakes, I most likely will not.
Dammy
This is definitely worth reading. I was, as many of Givens other followers, searching for a compelling novel to read while waiting for another installment by Diana Gabaldon. I found this book entertaining. Givens did a good job developing the characters and their struggles. I would have liked getting into their heads a little more. The conflict with Malcolm was a great addition but there again, perhaps a bit more. No need for a lot more just a little more foreshadowing, a little more struggle to justify her hatred. At times you almost lose her compelling justification of her feelings toward Malcolm. I loved and sympathized with Alex and his struggle to protect his clan and love his family. I would definitely recommend the book. One last thing, I read this book on kindle and noticed an awful amount of type O' s .
Delan
I have always said if a book makes me cry then it's a good book. Well Kilgannon made me sob. The last chapter the tears started flowing and the nose started running. The problem with all of this was it was happening at 2am and my husband was sound asleep so I was trying to be quite. Then when the nose stopped running then it plugged up and I couldn't breath. It was at least an hour before I could breath and go to sleep. This book was written well and it hooked me. I love Scottish history and this had factual details. My only complaint would be the editing sucked in the e-book. It was really bad in some places but I still would recommend this book to friends.
Shomeshet
I read the kindle version. ridiculous amount of typos/editing errors. WOW. Even on the blurb @end where the title of next volume is misspelled. So, the book. Reads like someone who read outlander series when they were in high school, and now that they are in college, have been given assignment to write their own historical romance. Sure, she mentions the attraction between the main characters, but this woman is so shallow, it's hard to see how they fell in love. It seems like it's a paint by numbers version of outlander series to me. She endures three miscarriages, yet spends little time thinking about it. When Alex commits to join the uprising, we read her pleadings for him to stay for page after page. Not all that likeable, IMO. Her motivations are not explored, all Alex gets to say is "I love you, lass", sorry, won't be reading the next volume....
Duzshura
After reading the high praise for this book I was disappointed. The writing is fair and while the story line works for the first part of the book one soon realizes that many plot points are really for an upcoming book. As this was a first novel by this author I thought that it would stand on it's own but ***SPOILER*** when I got to the end I was right in my suspicion that this was all set up for a second book. I love series and don't have a problem with plot points scattered as seeds for upcoming works but usually those books stand on their own and have a conclusion on their own. After the first part (noted as such), it's all set up for the sequel. When I don't race to finish a book but feel that "I might as well since I'm half way through" it's not a good sign.