Tempting the Highlander Of the seven bold brothers born to defend their Scottish Highlands Crevan McTiernay is the most restrained But that doesn t make him any less passionateIt begins as a ployWhen Raelynd Schellden and h

  • Title: Tempting the Highlander
  • Author: Michele Sinclair
  • ISBN: 9781420108569
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Of the seven bold brothers born to defend their Scottish Highlands, Crevan McTiernay is the most restrained But that doesn t make him any less passionateIt begins as a ployWhen Raelynd Schellden and her sister are caught in the stables with the notorious McTiernay twins, her father sees not scandal, but opportunity The future of his clan is uncertain, and a doubleOf the seven bold brothers born to defend their Scottish Highlands, Crevan McTiernay is the most restrained But that doesn t make him any less passionateIt begins as a ployWhen Raelynd Schellden and her sister are caught in the stables with the notorious McTiernay twins, her father sees not scandal, but opportunity The future of his clan is uncertain, and a double engagement even under false pretenses will lend security to his people and protect his beloved daughters from power mad fools And becomes a pleasureBut Raelynd s designated intended interests her far less than his quietly powerful brother, Crevan, a man born to lead Though bound by honor and committed to his sworn duty, Crevan cannot resist a taste of Raelynd s crimson lips when offered and then another and another until the unlikely couple is entangled in both a public deception and each other s hearts.

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    About "Michele Sinclair"

    1. Michele Sinclair

      In need of a creative outlet, I began writing novels after my second child was born A voracious reader of romance books and a constant dreamer of romantic plots, I was encouraged to put my ideas to paper I soon found out I loved itl of it I am a member of the Romance Writers of America and of the Georgia Romance Writers.In addition to writing historical romance novels, I also build large HO model trains, love to do huge cross stitching pieces, relax by boating, and decorate everything I can during the Christmas season.Besides romance I am a heavy science fiction reader and try to read at least two books a month one science fiction and the other romance even when I am writing I guess I just secretly desire to live in another place in time

    836 thoughts on “Tempting the Highlander”

    1. HILLARIOUS MADCAP HISTORICAL ROMANCE!!What do you get when you mix 2 sets of twins Craig and Crevan McTiernany and Raelynd and Meriel Shchellden. Add a reaching cousin Cyric and a shy plan but pretty cousin Rowena and all of them in love with the others betroth and trying to protect there siblings and cousins feelings. Then you add a conniving father determined to marry off his twin daughters with the help of the sister in law of the twin brothers and you have one crazy madcap historical romance [...]


    2. Sinclair is one of my guilty pleasures. I'm always sad when I read her latest offering in a single day. But it's too difficult to put down!And she's done it again!Craig & Crevan are twins - 2 of 7 McTierney men - and determined to remain bachelors, despite the happily-married status of their 3 eldest brothers: Conor, Colin, and Cole. The eldest 3 are not only cheiftans and leaders of various clans (Conor leads the McTierney clan. Colin a clan in the southern Highlands, and Cole has united se [...]


    3. I confess I have become a stalker of the McTiernay Clan. Well, not the real one, just the one that lives in the mind of Michele Sinclair. I have a piece of paper tucked in a safe place with the names of the brothers and a little check by their name when they get their HEA, and the name of their bride. I just can’t help myself. I also have a soft spot for a man who has been misunderstood or had great trauma, causing them great difficulties in their adulthood. So when Crevan McTiernay’s book c [...]


    4. I love the McTiernays and I think Crevan nearly uprooted Colin from his spot as the most loved of the brothers. the only thing which kept that from happening was that we did not see as much as I wanted from Crevans POV.Reylinds transformation is well done and although she was spoiled at the beginning I really liked her, which only increased during this booktwo small points of criticsm: there was still no Colin and Makenne (I know, this is a standing complain from my side, but I just loved them t [...]


    5. I did like this story. Not as much as the previous installments in the series, however. The style was different and I disliked the h and her sister and the story dragged in someareas due to their immaturity and petulance. I did like the secondary romance a lot and I am REALLY looking forward to Conan's story! I hope Craig's story does a little more with the main characters and the h grows up a little and we get more from Crevan and Raelynd since their romance was watered down with all of the dra [...]


    6. Loved him, but the book was NO romance. It was all about how a castle runs. WHO CARES!! The book started out good, but went downhill from there. I usually love Michelle Sinclair, but not this time.


    7. Can't wait to read this story. I read the other stories of the brothers and can't wait to read the rest of them. I loved each story and I love these brothers. I pre-ordered and can't wait


    8. Never have I seen a story so laden with manipulative, passive-aggressive and controlling people. The premise: Crevan and Craig McTierney are twins. Craig, the firstborn, is well liked and a skilled warrior, so he’s seen as the obvious leader. Crevan is quiet, thoughtful, and he stutters People don’t turn to him for direction, even though, in truth, when Craig leads he succeeds only because Crevan runs things in the background. Craig assumes that Crevan doesn’t want to be a leader, so he ne [...]


    9. This was another good story. Crevan & Craig McTierney are the men in this one & Raelynd & Meriel are the women. I didn't care about Craig or Meriel at all but I loved Crevan & Raelynd. The foursome agree to a plan that the girls father comes up to save his clan. Craig was really a non event in this story but I think book 5 is about him. Meriel is spoiled but did play a bigger roll in the story. Raelynd was willing to learn even if she didn't embrace changing her ways in the begin [...]


    10. I found this book really good, it had humour & romance. It was different to the books I have been reading & I really enjoyed it


    11. I really enjoyed this. I liked that the H was not perfect and the h was a strong female. they clashed of course but it was fun to read. I loved Brenna, Laurel and Conors daughter cant wait for author to do her book and who she gets with when shes all grown up.


    12. Да уж, даже не знаю , что тут написать две пары близнецов, отец решает женить дочь n.1на близнеце n.1 , а дочь n.2 на близнеце n. 2. Как оказывается , дочь n.1 ненавидит близнеца n.2, а дочь n2. Становиться лучшими друзьями с близнецом n.1. В последствии оказывается, что дочь n.1 влюбленна в б [...]


    13. Tempting the Highlander by Michele SinclairHistorical Romance – Sept. 6th, 20114 stars When Raelynd Schellden escapes from her own sixteenth birthday celebration, she did not expect to bump into one of the McTiernay twins. Bespelled by this gentle, charming man, she vows to find him again. Unfortunately, she has the wrong twin in mind. Crevan, stuttering, quiet, and enamored with Raelynd, ended up betrothed to Raelynd’s twin Meriel, while his twin (the wrong one) Craig was matched to Raelynd [...]


    14. I confess I have become a stalker of the McTiernay Clan. Well, not the real one, the one that lives in the mind of Michele Sinclair. I have a piece of paper tucked in a safe place with the names of the brothers and a little check by their name when they get their HEA, and the name of their bride, I just can’t help myself. I also have a soft spot for a man who has been misunderstood or had had great trauma, causing them great difficulties in their adulthood. So, when Crevan McTiernay’s book c [...]


    15. Awful. Just awful. The only reason this even ranked with two stars is because Brenna and Braeden are so adorable. That's it.SPOILERSNot one adult in this book was enjoyable. Raelynnd and Crevan were obnoxious, naive and idiotic. Merle and Craig were equally annoying and the idea of them just being "friends" the whole time is absurd. The girls were overly spoiled, pampered and clearly never had anyone ever tell them no or the truth. I know that was the point that the author was trying to make.but [...]


    16. Reviewed by BriBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookI’ve read the previous three books in this series. My favorite was the first. That in itself is what is hurting the rest of the series. I find myself constantly comparing every other book.This one had four main characters a set of twins, Crevan and Craig, McTierney. These guys are great. Different from most alphas by far and both presenting the opposite of what they are. Truly complex characte [...]


    17. I gave this story 3 stars, and I want to be clear that it is based solely on my opinion of the story line and not Sinclair’s writing style. I was very disappointed in this book, it was more about a young women becoming an adult then the typical romance\adventure Sinclair has written with the series. I felt the hero did not meet his full potential, although the book was good enough that I did not throw it across the room. The romance felt uninspired and rushed for me, kind of like it was stuck [...]


    18. Having read all the books in this series leading up to this one, I was pretty intrigued when I read the synopsis for this book. I wasn't sure how it would all play out, but since I liked the others so much, I was ready to see where this one lead us. I did enjoy the story and would recommend it to others that are in the middle of this series, but it wasn't my favorite. There was a little too much going on and not enough at the same time. I found myself frustrated at the story line and the "pairin [...]


    19. It's funny and slightly different from most romance novels in that it encompasses the views of multiple individuals in the story. I normally do not like that in a book unless absolutely necessary for the plot, but it was cute and lively. I would recommend this book to anyone. My only criticism is that I would have liked to see more relationship building and excitement between the two main characters. The switching between views got annoying during exciting parts and at times were unwelcome. Howe [...]


    20. My least favorite of the series so far. I didn't feel a connection between the characters. There was very little passion between the characters and very few romantic scences to even build a romantic relationship. I kept thinking of them as children. There was also alot of different story lines within this book that I felt received so much attention that the main characters got lost. I originally thought this book should only get 2 stars but the epilogue was worth one star. It was the best chapte [...]


    21. My least favorite in the series.Although the story is a good one, Raelynd was an awful protagonist.And Laurel, although she was helping Rae grow up, came out bitchy and annoying to me.There are too many side stories to this book, it felt like not just Crevan and Rae's book, but Craig and Meriel + Cyric and Rowena.All in all, I liked Cyric's story than the actual main characters'.Thinking twice now about reading the next one.


    22. Laurel, Brenna and Braeden were the ones who makes this story more interesting. Don't get me wrong. I truly love the story but the ending was rushed and I feel there was more to be told. I wish to see more romance between Crevan and Raelynd.I want to give 3 stars to this story but the epilogue deserve additional 1 star for the best epilogue. I will read her writing again and I can't wait the next book about Craig.


    23. Twins of the McTierney family are asked to enter a betrothal just for show with the Schellden laird's twin daughters. The twin they are set with is not the twin they want, and it seems like musical chairs. Everything they know about each other is lacking and the original reasons behind the weddings have changed. Great read!! Love the McTierney's!!


    24. I think this book is worthy of 3 stars The writing was choppy in places and there were times that I wasn't enjoying it, but then there were other times that the book was really good. So, for the book overall, I give it 3 stars. I'm not sure I'll read anymore in the series. I think I'm maxed out on the characters.


    25. I enjoyed this McTiernay book above the others. With the McTiernay twins getting involved with the Shelldyn twins. Then the Shelldyn male cousin getting involved with the Shelldyn female cousin. So many relationships to look and enjoy their development.


    26. My least favourite of the series, not enough romance, too much "how to be Lady of the Keep". I'm rounding up my star rating from 2.5. I will read the other brother's books when they are published, hopefully they are more like book 2 and less like this one.


    27. Loved it. Great story and really enjoyed the continuation of the family saga. Reading the next book this afternoon. I plan to finish the series



    28. Heroine was super annoying along with her sister. The heroine eventually matured a bit and I was satisfied with the ending.



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