Books by Mary Wine

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Between a Highlander and a Hard Place

Mary Wine’s Highland Weddings series continues with Between a Highlander and a Hard Place. Brenda Grant and her cousin Symon are best friends; both widowed young and childless, they’re worried about being left alone and have been spouse hunting, an effort that’s proven fruitless for both of ...

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Highland Flame

One of my Goodreads friends commented on an update I made while reading this book and asked me:  “Why do you carry on doing Scottish books to yourself?”  I responded to the effect that, in my eternal optimism, I pick up a Scottish-set historical every so often in the hope that I’ll find a go ...

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Highland Spitfire

There’s something quite satisfying about an enemies-to-lovers romance that just works. The dynamics between not only the two main characters, but on a larger scale, including friends and families, make for some really interesting plot options. There's nothing like a wedding to solve a feud, right? ...

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The Highlander's Bride Trouble

There are some books that you finish and you just have to wait for a moment to let things sink in, or even just to decide whether or not you liked it. With a very predictable plot stemming from a very unpredictable circumstance for our heroine, I had to wait a few days to gather my thoughts before w ...

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Unexpected Pleasures

Remember that movie a few years back called Black Snake Moan, where Samuel L. Jackson's character chains Christina Ricci up in his house, supposedly for her own good? That sort of happens in Unexpected Pleasures, and I didn’t enjoy it here any more than I did in that movie. Lad ...

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In the Warrior's Bed

Though I fall for the Scottish romance trap all the time, I usually end up disappointed – pessimistic of me, I know. However, In the Warrior’s Bed was worth my precious reading time with its authentic Scottish feel and the hero’s unrelenting pursuit of the heroine. Bronwyn McQuade is the la ...