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The HighlanderAw masculinity and savage ways the headstrong lass manages to tame not only his wild children but the beast in his soul With each passing day Liam grows fonder of Miss Mena and suspicious What secret is she hiding behind those emerald eyes What darkness brought her to his keep And how can he conuer this magnificent woman’s heart without surrendering his ow. I received an eARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review 'The Highlander' by Kerrigan Byrne is book three in the Victorian Rebels series It is the story of Lieutenant Colonel Liam MacKenzie and Philomena I have read all books in the series so far but you can read this one as a standalone book I have been waiting what seems like forever for this book I have been so in love with the other two that as soon as I could I read this book Philomena is placed in a Asylum after her husband of 5 years was done with her because she couldn't have children Her husband and his family took her money and he cheated on her and treated her very badly But Philomena has friends that come to save her from the Asylum They get her away from London under a different name and send her to Liam place in the Highland Liam doesn't know her past and thinks she was being sent to him after he reuested help in finding a governess to his old children But Liam has issue of his own tragic past that bother him So in a way Philomena is a calming affect on himbut Liam knows that she is hiding something This was another great book by Ms Bryne Please follow reviews at the below sites

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Ancestors But when an English governess arrives to care for his children the master of war finds himself up against his greatest opponent in the game of loveDefying all expectations Miss Philomena is no plain faced spinster but a ravishing beauty with voluptuous curves and haughty full lips that rattle the Laird to his core Unintimidated by her master’s r. 45 starsI received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my reviewEscaping from an asylum that her abusive husband put her away in Philomena has traded the title of Viscountess for governess Seeking escape with The Demon Highlander however might prove the most fatal decision yetLiam's father taught him and his brothers physical and mental torture from an early age and a lifetime of war has engrained the darkness into his soul When his new governess Mena arrives her bravery in speaking to him and the glimpse of a safe haven in her eyes has him wanting things he doesn't deserve After years of living in torment can Mena and Liam help each other shed their chains Third in the Victorian Rebels series we have The Demon Highlander Dorian's half brother The Highwayman and Viscountess Benchley's first introduced in The Hunter story It's not absolutely imperative that you read the previous two books in the series first but it would certainly enhance the reading of this one as it would add to the characters' background Also those first two books are really good so worth your time Changing it up a bit the author focuses on the heroine this time and while I'm usually a hero centric reader I loved it   It had started gradually her hell within the St Vincent household And before long when Gordon had thought her broken when his jibes and torments no longer seemed to affect her her husband became violent Acts that would land a man in prison should he enact them out on the streets were all perfectly legal if he perpetrated them on his wife  Philomena who likes to go by Mena has a heartbreaking story made devastating by the fact that you know it's the true story of many a powerless woman She married young to a handsome Viscount who wanted her money and abused his power over her After Mena testifies against his sister The Hunter he puts her away into an asylum where she is tortured with their tests and treatments As in the author's fashion the beginning of the story immediately places the reader into a dark scene; Mena is trying to mentally and physically fight her doctors I found it to be emotionally brutal than visually there is a threat of rape and all the shattering because of this  Through this scene and as she travels to the Highlands the author gives us a poignant look into Mena that encompasses her inner strength vulnerability pain fear and will This follows throughout the book as Mena interacts with Liam We have a wrenching scene where Mena is scared that the bath they prepared for her will be full of ice water asylum treatments and then her fearful bravery as she speaks her mind to Liam but flinches from him Does she seem to gain the ability to stand up to Liam a little uickly Yes this is only a 300pgs book after all but I was still with her every heart sueezing step of the way  She made him hard so fucking hard that he couldn't think But she made him soft too In those spaces he'd built walls and fortresses around those places where memories sins and pain lay scattered about like shards of glass in a dark room waiting for an unsuspecting victim to venture forth And therein lay the danger  Our hero has his own devastating story; his father was a sadist that actively worked to make his children in his image He lives with knowledge of how he survived those years and then what he did as a Lt Colonel The things he did in the name of the crown I thought could have been fleshed out the dichotomy of for King and Country with the emotional toll of trying to destroy a culture and people This author has a tendency to add too much; it detracts and keeps her from being able to go deeper with one of her ideas The relationship and connotations with his valet an Indian boy whose village and family he helped wipe out definitely could have been fleshed out This author has amazing story plots and threads but I'd like to see with less Liam was a tiny bit overshadowed by Mena she was so well drawn I don't think it could be helped but towards the last half of the book he really shined with some make you melt lines At first though he came off a little too immature with his possessiveness and anger His huffiness and fury was too extravagant; I worry for the amount of blood vessels the guy must pop Once we got past the need to puff him up to show how much Mena calmed and settled him I liked him a lot   It's impossible to deny it lass He smiled down at her and Mena suddenly knew that one could feel the warm rays of the sun even in the dark of night Try as ye will to resist me I'm after ye Mena and I willna claim ye until ye yield But I'll not stop until every last one of yer defenses are in ashes at my feet  I told you Liam says some pretty make you melt lines if that uote doesn't get to you nothing will I loved how when Liam saw how Mena was scared of him it diffused his anger and how he became careful but still pushed her This couple had chemistry and emotion in spades but for the first half there was a lot of blood rushing causing boners Can our heroes not always get a hard on when they glimpse the heroine I know people generally get physically attracted first but I would love to see emotion than lust A witty or sassy comment that turns a head and gives a spark to the eye would for me go much further than britches getting snug The first half was a bit weak on this while the second half was much better  While there was one too many painful pasts one too many villains and a secret held much too long this author is still ahead of the game The pacing a little rushed of an ending tone and flow was the best yet out of the series while the emotional depth held true The secondary characters only want me to know their stories and I've rarely read a deft hand at writing scenes that create such visually stunning pictures in my mind Liam first riding out of the mists and the Samhain celebration scenes were 5 stars on their own Liam and Mena were two wounded souls that found solace in each other it doesn't get much romantic than that

Characters The Highlander

Characters ↠ The Highlander 108 í Can the fiercest master of battle conuer a woman’s heartThey call him the Demon Highlander The fearsome Lieutenant Colonel Liam MacKenzie is known for his superhuman strength towering presence and fiery passion in the heat of battle As Laird to the MacKenzie clan the undefeated Maruess has vanuished his foes witCan the fiercest master of battle conuer a woman’s heartThey call him the Demon Highlander The fearsome Lieutenant Colonel Liam MacKenzie is known for his superhuman strength towering presence and fiery passion in the heat of battle As Laird to the MacKenzie clan the undefeated Maruess has vanuished his foes with all rage and wrath of his barbaric Highland. This narration enhanced my loveI absolutely LOVED listening to The Highlander Derek Perkins took an excellent story and made it exceptional Mr Perkins was The Demon Highlander and he did it vera vera wellMy below review is really long so if you can't be bothered reading just know this IT'S BLOODY GOOD Also it's a bit darkI'm going to kick myself for listening to thIs series ones straight after the other and finishing them so uickly but I can't help myself THEY'RE SO BLOODY GOODNot changing my rating but wish I could give it than 5 starsFacing your Demonand falling in loveTo be honest I read and loved The Highlander and I just don’t know if I can do this story justice I couldn’t read this story fast enough When I had to put my kindle down to watch my son play footy today I was not a happy camper My resentment wasn’t helped by a one eyed ref dirty opposition and my son coming home with a shiner We got home and I handed him an ice pack and left him in his father's very capable hands Well sports is their worldnot mine I'm just the cheer suad Dad's the trainer sports manager and physical therapist so it falls in his jurisdiction and parental contract just kiddingnot kidding When I got back to my story a few hours later I hardly moved until it was finished I really needed a cone of silence today My family were chattingvery loudlyand having funvery loudly Couldn’t they tell I needed uiet So inconsiderateI never thought I’d fall in love with a murdererlet alone three of them The Victorian Rebels series has opened my eyes to the benefits of standing at the side of a violent man Obviously it is only a benefit if you are on his good side I’m pretty sure if you fall into the category of enemy you’d want to be far far away and definitely not within reach of these violent men We’ve met and watched Blackheart the king of London Underworld fall in love with Farrah in the first story Then there was Hunter London’s most elite killer who never misses his mark until the mark turned into the love of his life Millie Now we are meeting Demon and watching his love story play out with Mena All of these men have lived violent lives with murder on their minds and blood on their hands I never once uestion how they could do the stuff they do or have done It was plain to see that their upbringing damaged them The size and strength of these men made them the perfect weapons of mass destructioneven under the banner of serving Her Majesty’s serviceThe Demon Highlander Laird of clan Mackenzie Maruess Ravenscroft and Lt Col William Mackenzie holds many titles Liam is most famously known as the Demon Liam decides at a young age to enlist in the army to get away from his evil father and get the violence he feels pumping through his veins out Unfortunately Liam is now living with the guilt of all those slain by his hand He has two children Rhianna aged 17 and Andrew age 12 He has not played a large part in their lives up till now but with his final commission served it’s time to return home His little angels aren’t so angelic and definitely in need of a firm hand and some good teaching Liam needs to find the perfect Governess to make a fine lady of his daughter and an upstanding gentleman of his son He calls on his friend and secret brother Dorian Blackwell and Dorian’s wife Farrah to help him find the perfect oneWe meet Philomena at her worst This poor woman has spent the last 5 years in hell The first scene when we meet her brought tears to my eyes and broke my heart It makes me shudder to think of the innocent people who were locked up in prison or asylums at the whim of the aristocracy When Mena manages to escape her hell she has two couples who help her gain her freedom and hide her from the evil she escaped Her hiding place is with the Demon helping him make his mini demons become angels The Highlander was brilliant I fell in love with the characters the storyline was riveting and the passion that ignited between the couple was electric The heroine Mena is a busty and tall woman and it was an absolute highlight for me that she found comfort in the highlands because her size didn’t stand out She had been belittled and laughed at in London but here she was admired The Scottish men are big and brawny and they like to have a woman who can stand up to their size and strengthThere are some scenes of torture violence and attempted rape While these scenes were uncomfortable to read and broke my heart I was able to compartmentalise and deal with them There was one scene where the hero does something stupid that made me grit my teeth but luckily he is steered in the right direction by an unlikely sourceIf you are a fan of historical romance and don’t mind a little darkness in your reads I strongly suggest giving Kerrigan Byrne a try If you have never read a historical romance and are thinking of trying one I would definitely give this series a try I can’t wait for The Duke Stacey is Sassy received an advanced copy of this story The copy provided is not the final copy and may be subject to edits and changes