Books by Sue-Ellen Welfonder

B
Seduction of a Highland Warrior

Seduction of a Highland Warrior is the final book in the three part Glen of Many Legends series. I have not read the first two books in this series, but Sue-Ellen Welfonder did a good job of filling the reader in on the important background from the previous two books. Therefore this book does well ...

C
Seducing a Scottish Bride

Baubles meant to draw the eye to the privates were just not enough to make Seducing A Scottish Bride anything beyond mildly interesting. Gelis MacKenzie is the much sought-after, beautiful daughter of a powerful Scottish chieftain and a woman of magical abilities that she discover ...

D-
Bride for a Knight

This is my first - and my last - Sue-Ellen Welfonder novel. There might have been a good story lurking somewhere in the pages of Bride for a Knight, but it was buried beneath clichés and a writing style that was at first amusing but quickly became incredibly annoying. Jamie Macphe ...

B+
Until the Knight Comes

Okay, I have to admit that I’m a sucker for historical romances. And, if you throw in a slight paranormal twist, you pretty much have me from the beginning. Even so, Sue-Ellen Welfonder’s Until the Knight Comes is a great read and truly lives up to the promise of her previous work. Although I li ...

D
Only for a Knight

As the husband of my grandmother, I am my own grandpa! That novelty ditty kept running though my head the entire time I read this book. And honestly, if I hadn't signed up to review Only for a Knight, I'd have stopped reading it about two chapters in. After an absence of a decade, R ...

D
Knight In My Bed

Donall the Bold is the laird of the MacLean clan, which shares the island of Doon with the MacInnes clan. When his sister-in-law, Lileas MacInnes, is murdered, Donall is blamed (entirely without evidence) by the MacInnesses for her death. He is kidnapped by the MacInnesses, who intend to torture and ...

B+
Devil In A Kilt

Sue-Ellen Welfonder's first novel, Devil In A Kilt, is one of the best literary surprises I've had all year. Despite a few relatively minor problems with language, anachronism, and consistency of thought, the author manages to present a highly entertaining and fun book that stirs the emotions from e ...