Clandara (2020)

Clandara Indomitable LoveShe was Katherine Fraser the stunning flame haired daughter of the mighty Fraser clan masters of the great castle of Clandara He was Jame Macdonald a nobleman notorious for his lur
  • Title: Clandara
  • Author: Evelyn Anthony
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Indomitable LoveShe was Katherine Fraser, the stunning, flame haired daughter of the mighty Fraser clan, masters of the great castle of Clandara.He was Jame Macdonald, a nobleman notorious for his lurid past, and scion of the family whom the Frasers had fought for centuries.She was a proud as she was beautiful He was as violent as he was handsome they broke every taboo tIndomitable LoveShe was Katherine Fraser, the stunning, flame haired daughter of the mighty Fraser clan, masters of the great castle of Clandara.He was Jame Macdonald, a nobleman notorious for his lurid past, and scion of the family whom the Frasers had fought for centuries.She was a proud as she was beautiful He was as violent as he was handsome they broke every taboo to come together and not even a conflict that tore all Scotland in two could keep them apartDefiant passion, set in an age when the fate of a nation, a cause, and two lovers lives hung on the will of an impetuous prince, the explosive clash of bloody battle, and the subtle perils of treacherous intrigue.
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    1. A chance meeting in France between two members of opposing Highland clans sworn enemies for generations leads to an unlikely romance Boy do the sparks fly Rich historical detail and great story telling come together in this fantastic Highland romance This one really may deserve 5 stars There wasn t a likable character amongst the many characters and plotlines, but that really didn t bother me These characters were driven by vengeance This is 1740 s Scotland after all For me, the ending came too [...]

    2. The twelfth century was just beginning when the first of the Frasers built his great fortress at Clandara at the top of the sweeping hillside that overlooked Loch Ness Clandara is set in Scotland during the Jacobite rising of 45, and I won t go into that too much you either already know your history and don t need another rehash, and those new to it are better off reading for themselves.The story is focused on two clans with a long, bloody history of hatred and feuds, but that didn t stop James [...]

    3. Enthralling Story of Star crossed Love Amidst the Jacobite Uprising of 1745 Set in 1745, in the time of feuds between the clans and the Scottish support for Bonnie Prince Charlie, this is the story of Katherine Fraser who falls in love with the eldest son of her family s enemy the MacDonalds James MacDonald had a horrible reputation of cattle stealing, killing and debauchery when he met the lovely, flame haired Katherine Fraser For love of her, he changed Neither family wanted the marriage but a [...]

    4. Katherine Fraser is in love with James Macdonald, the Black Macdonald, heir to Dundrenan The clans of Fraser and Macdonald have been enemies for hundreds of years and neither family is happy to see the love match between James and Katherine.But neither James nor Katherine is willing to give up their love and their families reluctantly plan for the marriage But while preparations are being made for a wedding other plans are underway in 1745 to bring the Young Pretender, Bonnie Prince Charles back [...]

    5. This is the first Highland Romance book I read back in the late 80s The book was twenty years old even then, having been written in 1963 This may explain why Clandara along with Highland Rose by Catherine Linden tops my Favorite Highland Historical Romances list and is in my top 10 list of All Time Favorite Books I have come to realize that I like this style of writing best This was a writing era where there was as much historical detail as there was romance And where the author thoroughly resea [...]

    6. A re read after many decades, and not as good as I remember it from my youth The hero and heroine were pretty insufferable people, and physically perfect specimens Blah, what a horrible combination IMO.I guess I need realism in my romance characters the older I get

    7. Not a bad read, but the ending is embarrassingly awful You killed my brother, you killed my father, you killed my beloved servants, you burned down my house with all my possessions and animals, but, darling, I love you so and would flee my country with you Puke worthy.

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