Read “The Blood of Roses” by Marsha Canham with Rakuten Kobo. The stunning, award-winning sequel to The Pride of Lions!In a novel that sizzles with . The Blood Of Roses By Marsha Canham – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Buy a cheap copy of The blood of roses book by Marsha Canham. This sequel to The Pride of Lions is as much saga as romance, in that Catherine Ashbrooke.
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Todo ello ambientado en una Escocia convulsa, de Dragones y Highlanders. I enjoyed the banter between these two, reminding me very much of another Scot and Sassenach named Jamie and Claire. I couldn’t keep up with so many characters and names and places, and for most of the book there was an important lack of romance that thankfully I got by the last fo of the story, which I loved and suffered and cried.
A Sweeping Scottish Saga! Also, while this period viewed women as weak, coddling individuals whose sole responsibilities included tending the homes and caring for their children, the author has created characters like Catherine and Deidre and introduced us to historical icon Colonel Anne who do not easily succumb to male dominance or intimidation and are astute enough to know the consequences of being at war. The second book I am so tore over rosss know history the results of the final battle of Calloden, yet so moved by the story line I found my self putting the book down only to pick it back within seconds.
For those who haven’t read the book, stop reading my review here.
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Song of Ice and Fire: The title should be at least marsua characters long. February 7, Imprint: Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. And when it ends the reader accompanies Catherine and Deirdre onto that same karsha, as they stumble over the dead and dying, make their way between torn limbs and dead horses, in their desperate search for their husbands.
But I do love this book! She started to mature and in that book and I grew to like her much more, In this book I loved her! However, it was similar in the fact roaes I should’ve stopped at Pride of Lions and left Blood of Roses alone. This is a stunning sequel to Alex and Catherine’s story.
The Blood of Roses (Highlands, #2) by Marsha Canham
Th Well I owe my dear friend Jenny a huge thank you for getting this book for me. I warn you that you will not think much of the way England treated a defeated Scotland, but it will become real as the people you care about live through it. Her writing reminds me of Kathleen Givens in the canhaam panorama portrayed. Jul 16, Angie rated it it was amazing Shelves: They finally get together and all they do is have sex.
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Catherine Ashbrooke Cameron had committed the unpardonable sin of falling in love with her husband — a Scottish spy she married in her English home. Vintage Paperback Paperback Books.
View all 7 comments. I was immediately drawn to this book by the cover.
The story has several more secondary characters that add to the intrigue of this book. Much Ado About Highlanders. However, this did not bother me enough to give the book less than 5 stars.
Feb 24, Regan Walker rated it it was amazing Shelves: I fell in love with the character as the story progressed. Before finding my own copy I originally borrowed this title from the library. And knowing the heartbreak that awaits him at home. Thanks again Marsha Canham for sharing your talent of story telling with all of your readers.
This is a must read for any serious Scottish historical romance reader!
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There is a secondary romance I found to be fascinating. Nov 20, Joni rated it it was amazing. There are no discussion topics on o book yet.
When I started this book I knew it was going to have a sad ending, I know my history and Charles Stuart and his Highlanders do not win their war against England. Item s unavailable for purchase. Not that it matters now, anyway, but this was one of those rare preposterous moments when I had allowed myself to turn into a nit-picking bookworm and rant at a long-departed someone.