Books by Hannah Howell

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Highland Devil

Highland Devil is the twenty-second installment in Hannah Howell’s series, The Murrays. Howell creates a clear, historic picture with a rich world of characters for her readers to delve into. You can pick up and read this one without having read the previous books, but you will find that there are ...

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The Scotsman Who Saved Me

Hannah Howell combines two of her favorite subjects – life for pioneers in the 1800s and brave Scotsmen -  in this pleasant though not outstanding first volume of her Seven Brides for Seven Scotsmen series, The Scotsman Who Saved Me. Fleeing from an upper crust English world to settle in the A ...

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Highland Chieftain

Long-time historical author Hannah Howell has taken a break from the mysticism of her English Wherlocke family and brought the writing game back to the Highlands of Scotland with her latest novel, Highland Chieftain.  This book is the 21st in the Murray clan series and that might just be part of th ...

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If He's Daring

The Wherlockes are back in Hannah Howell’s latest novel about the outcast family with psychic abilities. While the story is a solid one, this novel lacks some of the oomph of the earlier books in this series and took a turn toward the predictable. But for all its faults, it is still an above avera ...

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If He's Tempted

I believe that I have read every book that Hannah Howell has written. While each book in her medieval series has a predictability and formulaic feel, there is something about Howell’s books that is just comforting to me. Even so, there is not one of her medieval books that I would award a very hig ...

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If He's Wild

With an interesting premise, this story seemed to promise an exciting adventure with just a touch of magic. However, the story requires enormous patience to get through the boring parts – enough to make this a less than stellar read. Widowed Lady Alethea Vaughn-Channing has been h ...

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His Bonnie Bride

His Bonnie Bride, originally released in 1988 under the title Amber Flame, is a good read in many respects. The plot and characters are strong and likable for the most part - particularly the heroine - and it is a very absorbing tale. The fast pace of the story ensures that boredom never sets in and ...

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Highland Vow

When Elspeth Murray was nine, she discovered a bleeding teenager hiding on her family's Scottish holdings, fleeing from a crime he didn't commit. Elspeth has never forgotten handsome young Cormac Armstrong, the young man her family nursed back to health. Ten years later, Cormac returns the favor by ...