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The Devil of Kilmartin: A Kilmartin Glen novel (English Edition) de [Wittig, Laurin]
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"A truly magical Scottish romance, The Devil of Kilmartin is sure to sweep the readers off their collective feet and draw them into the mystical glens and greenery of the beautiful Scottish countryside. Unreservedly charming and absolutely riveting!
~ The Road to Romance

"Writing with the same passion that drives her characters, Wittig is certain to keep you turning the pages."
~ Donna Kauffman, USA Today bestselling author

Award-winning, Amazon Top 10 bestselling author Laurin Wittig's debut novel:

In the dark of night, Elena of Lamont must flee her home after her father's death to escape the brutal clansman determined to satisfy his lust for power -- and for her. But as the captivating beauty runs from one dangerous man she finds herself landing in the arms of another, one whose passionate embrace offers perils of its own...

As the chief of the Lachlan clan, Symon MacLachlan vows to protect the fiery-haired lass whose gentle touch relieves the demons clawing at his soul. Despite her fierce denials, he is certain Elena is the legendary Lamont healer -- and certain that he must have her for his own. Desperate for her soothing caress -- and unable to quell the desire burning inside him -- Symon is compelled to lure Elena into marriage. But will he be able to win the love of the tender enchantress who has stolen his heart?

"Weaving passion, honor, intrigue adn a touch of the paranormal...Ms. Wittig has secued a place of honor on my 'must-read' list."
~ Escape to Romance Reviews

"An exciting Medieval Scottish will relish this delightful historical tale."
~ BookBrowser

If you love a tortured hero, a heroine who is more than she appears to be, and the beauty and magic of the Scottish Highlands, this is a book for you!

Biografía del autor

Laurin Wittig is a Kindle Top Ten bestselling, award-winning author of exhilarating historical romances. She has been obsessed with her Scottish heritage since her first visit to Scotland when she was eleven. Since then she has immersed herself in the conflicts and mystical culture of the Scottish Highlands and loves setting her romantic stories there. Readers say, “Great stories with magical mystery.” Romantic Times says, “She’s well on her way to becoming one of the genre’s finest storytellers.”

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 1253 KB
  • Longitud de impresión: 258
  • Números de página - ISBN de origen: 0989237923
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  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ASIN: B0044KMPV4
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A wonderful Medieval Scottish romance. 13 de septiembre de 2002
Por Rebecca Herman - Publicado en
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
All her life, Elena's healing abilities have been exploited by her clan. She has been forced to heal warriors who would have otherwise died, giving her clan an edge that allowed them to continue fighting long after they should have fallen. But now she's had enough. Her father is dead, and a brutal outsider named Dougal has taken over the clan, even though Elena is the rightful heir. Dougal tries to force Elena to marry him to give his claim legitimacy, but she flees into the night. She is rescued by Symon MacLachlan. Symon, known as the Devil of Kilmartin, is an enemy of Elena's people. But he turns out to be a gentle man, plagued by a trouble soul and an unexplainable madness. Symon is desperate for Elena's help, and Elena needs his protection from Dougal. But soon their need for each other turns to love. I truly enjoyed this wonderful historical romance from a talented new author. I highly recommend this book to fans of Scottish or Medieval romances.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A good read, but the heroine gets annoying 13 de septiembre de 2004
Por S. Reader - Publicado en
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
Elena & Symon are good characters and interesting to read about. Symon is especially intriguing as a clan leader who must fight madness to lead his people. Along comes the healer Elena, whom he wants to heal him and more. Her inability to trust Symon when he is so obviously trustworthy grates after a while. Most of the emotional power of the book comes from Symon as well. Even so, emotional power is not one of Ms. Wittig's strong suits. The villain's motives are not made clear enough early on to make the most of his character, and the majority of the secondary characters are flat or undifferentiated. As a result, the book doesn't quite fulfill it's promise. It is, nevertheless, an enjoyable read--just nothing to write home about.
24 de 26 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas delightful historical tale 13 de septiembre de 2002
Por Un cliente - Publicado en
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In 1307 Scotland, her missing father is found dead and her cousin, the obvious heir apparent as clan leader, is near death. The vicious Dougal claims clan leadership even as a reluctant Elena says she will temporarily lead by her birthright until Ian recovers. Dougal tells her they will wed by morning and through marriage he will be clan chief. Elena worries for herslef, but mostly fears the destruction the repugnant Dougal will cause to her already extremely low morale people.

Still Elena escapes the abusive Dougal by fleeing into the night with the "devil" in pursuit. She reaches the land of Clan MacLachlan where she pleads with a warrior for safety. Chieftain Symon MacLachlan, known as THE DEVIL OF KILMARTIN, easily disarms Dougal and makes him run back to his clan. Symon takes an adverse Elena with him, but is shocked that her simple touch eases much of the madness that engulfs him, concluding she must be the healer of Lamont. Though their clans are enemies, the devil and the healer fall in love, but Dougal will not rest until she sanctifies his role as leader by marrying him.

This is an exciting Medieval Scottish romance starring two interesting characters whose need for one another goes against the respective traditions of their clans. The engaging story line is at its best when Symon and Elena squabble while she tries to hold back her healing hands that soothe his mental anguish even as that same touch leave both in deep desire for one another. Though Dougal is too abusive as the villain, sub-genre fans will relish this delightful historical tale.

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Too much telling instead of showing 22 de octubre de 2011
Por Mirielle - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
An intriguing plot about a healer (our heroine) in medieval Scotland who discovers the real cause of the curse suffered by Devil of Kilmartin (our hero). There are bright touches--many secondary characters glow with charm and interest--Murdoch, the Devil's loyal henchman, and little Fia. However, the characters are overwhelmed by the author's push to advance the plot by telling us what they think and by filling in gaps with explanations. The book would have been richer and more intriguing if the reader could have seen and heard the characters instead of the author.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas DRUM ROLL PLEASE: LAURIN WITTIG IS A QUEEN OF SCOTTISH HISTORICAL ROMANCE! 27 de julio de 2013
Por Barb Massabrook - Publicado en
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Laurin Wittig is a one of those authors I consider a Queen of Scottish historical romance.This book was fabulous! I definitely recommend "The Devil of Kilmartin" it to anyone that loves Scottish history, mystery, mayhem and of course a good love story. This was actually a reread for me, as I first read it when Ms. Wittig was a new author back in 2003 I believe. It has been many years and I think I enjoyed it even more this second time around, although it felt like it was the first time all over again. Kind of like falling in love all over again if that makes sense. I plan on also read Ms Wittig's books "Charming The Shrew" and "Daring The Highlander" too also a second time for me. I can't praise "The Devil of Kilmartin" enough as I am also so looking forward to Ms. Wittig's new book release *Highlander Betrayed* coming out on August 6th.

Just to give you a little information without any spoilers. The year is 1307 and this book is about Clan Lamont and Clan MacLachlan, two enemy clans at war with each quite heavily for the past five years. The heroine in this story is a fiery haired young woman named Elena Lamont daughter of the Chief of Clan Lamont who has just recently lost her Father which automatically makes her The Chief of Lamont being the only sole heir. Elena is also a powerful healer which has been both a blessing and a curse all her life. As she has been both used and abused by her own clan members for this gift, especially one evil warrior by the name of Dougal of Dunmore,hwho craves power by any means. All I am going to tell you he is not a very nice lad, nope not one bit! This is one of the major reasons Elena finally decides to runaway and on her journey she meets the hero of this story Symon MacLachlan present Chief of Clan Lachlan and enemy of Elena's clan. Symon decides to keep Elena for reasons I won't disclose and in that sexy highlander way he throws her over his shoulder and carries her away. Well, after all she was on his lands to be fair.

There are some very endearing secondary characters in this book too. The child Fia who befriends Elena at Castile Kilmartin and thinks she's is a fairy Queen. Also at Kilmartin, gentle giant of a warrior named Murdock he was really humorous and as for his Symon's brother Ranold,I was never sure what was up with him. As soon as I thought I had him figured out something else would happen to change my mind.

There were so many twists and turns in this book like that, you just never knew what was going to happen next. You think you had one plot figured out and something else would happen that kept me completely off balance. I love that about a book that keeps you guessing. I find it amazing that this was Laurin's first debut book, as I found it both intriguing as well as truly clever.

Laurin Wittig is a very gifted talent and I hope to enjoy her books for many years to come.
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