Waking up after her latest battle with an illness she can't
explain, the last thing Edith Drummond expected to hear was
that someone has been slowly poisoning her. Even more
surprising for Edith is to find her friend, Saidh Buch
Buchanan's, brothers filling up her castle. They are
insisting on helping her discover the culprit behind her
poisoning and the
the deaths of her loved ones.
Niels Buchanan was just doing his pregnant sister a favor by
by checking on one of her dearest friends when he discovered
someone was poisoning Edith. He is determined to protect her
with the help of his brothers. After seeing Edith's bravery,
Niels finds himself wanting to stay by her side for more
reasons than just to keep her safe.
I've always loved Lynsay Sands for her Argeneau
somehow I always managed to avoid her historical works.
After reading the first book in the Scottish Highlander series
though, I was hooked and couldn't read the books fast
enough. Sands ability to convey humor in any and all
situations has made her a favorite author for many readers
who are looking for a quick pick me up and her books are
just a delight to read.
The story of the Buchanan family continues in Sands'
SURRENDER TO THE HIGHLANDER. This time it's Niels
Buchanan's turn to find his lady love, but there are a few
obstacles in his way before he can get to his happily ever
after. I love that Sands kept everything balanced in
telling Niels and Edith's story. There was a good mix of
romance, mystery, and danger and one didn't overtake the other.
For anyone looking for a fun and funny read, SURRENDER TO
THE HIGHLANDER will keep you in stitches. I do recommend
you start the series from the beginning. Not because you
won't be able to follow the story without the other books,
but more so because I think it helps enhance the story
telling and gets you even more invested in the lives of the
characters. And, let's face it, you can't really go wrong
with hot Scottish men in a kilts.
In New York Times
bestselling author Lynsay Sands’ captivating romance, a lass
targeted by an unknown foe is saved—and seduced—by a bold
Edith Drummond owes her life to Niels Buchanan and his
brothers. Waking after an illness to a castle overrun by
rugged Highlanders is disconcerting, but so is learning that
she’s slowly being poisoned. Niels insists on staying by her
side, and Edith soon discovers that even more dangerous is
her wild attraction to the fierce warrior.
Niels has never met a more courageous—or enticing—woman than
Lady Edith. The idea of such a bonny lass being forced to
enter a nunnery is more than any red-blooded Scotsman could
bear. He’ll gladly marry her himself. But while sweeping her
off her feet is easy, it’ll take all his skill to defeat her
family’s relentless enemies, and convince her to surrender
to his sweet embrace. . . .