Border Fire

Border Fire

Border Fire Bold and brazen Rabbie Redcloak was known all along the Scottish English border but few were aware of his true identity Sir Quinton Scott heir apparent to the most powerful Scottish lord Captured by

  • Title: Border Fire
  • Author: Amanda Scott
  • ISBN: 9780821765869
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bold and brazen Rabbie Redcloak was known all along the Scottish English border, but few were aware of his true identity Sir Quinton Scott, heir apparent to the most powerful Scottish lord Captured by Sir Hugh Graham, Quin calmly awaited the hangman s noose But his rescue came with the impetuous Janet Graham who ventured to the castle s dungeon Lured by Quin s seductBold and brazen Rabbie Redcloak was known all along the Scottish English border, but few were aware of his true identity Sir Quinton Scott, heir apparent to the most powerful Scottish lord Captured by Sir Hugh Graham, Quin calmly awaited the hangman s noose But his rescue came with the impetuous Janet Graham who ventured to the castle s dungeon Lured by Quin s seductive charm, Janet plotted his daring escape Fearing for the safety of his rescuer if he left her behind, Quin had no choice but to take the silver blonde beauty with him, risking his very life and his heart.

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    449 Comment

    Rating: 2-1/2 to 3 stars. The author did a good job of weaving in Scottish dialect and description of the setting. Quin was okay as a character- not bad, not great. Good. After finishing the book I'm still not clear on why Sir Quin donned the cloak and became Rabbie Redcloak, other than to steal back, again, what had been stolen by his people. That plot point seemed a stretch to me.Janet was good - I liked her more in the beginning, and I appreciated that her brother was tough but believeable. I [...]

    Unless you are an avid fan of Scott, do not put yourself through the torture of reading this vile book. The Old English and Irish language was enough alone to leave me wondering what the heck I was reading along with the lame idea that because the character is kidnapped by the opposition, she feels the need to marry against her brother's wishes. Boring!

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