Highland Conquest (Sons of Sinclair, #1)

Highland Conquest (Sons of Sinclair, #1) Cain Sinclair Has A Plan In Order To Finally Bring Peace To His Clan, He Will Wed The Young Female Chief Of Their Greatest Enemy Only Problem Capturing Her And Forcing Her Back To Sinclair Castle Doesn T Exactly Make Her Want To Say Yes Ella Sutherland May Be Clever, Passionate, And Shockingly Beautiful, But What She Isn T Is WillingEvery Attempt Cain Makes To Woo Her Seems To Backfire On Him A Gift The Kitten Practically Claws His Eyes Out A Competitive Game Of Chess Even When He Wins, He Loses It Seems The Only Time The Two Ever See Eye To Eye Is When They Re Heating Up Cain S Bed Still, The Only Thing Ella Truly Wants Is The One Thing He Cannot Offer Her FreedomBut When Cain Discovers She S Been Harboring A Secret One That Could Threaten Both Clans Very Existence He Ll Have To Decide Between Peace For The Sinclairs Or The Woman Who S Captured His Heart

Heather McCollum is an award winning, historical and YA paranormal romance writer She earned her B.A in Biology, much to her English professors dismay, and was a 2009 Golden Heart Finalist When she is not picking her teens brain for authentic attitude for her YA books and finding time to write, she is usually found educating women on ovarian cancer symptoms Ms McCollum has recently slayed the

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Highland Conquest (Sons of Sinclair, #1)
  • Heather McCollum
  • 08 June 2017
  • 9781640637474

11 thoughts on “Highland Conquest (Sons of Sinclair, #1)

  1. says:

    This novel was a rather enjoyable read about two warring clans, whom have had years of hate between them The Sinclair brothers were told by there father they are the Horsemen, each groomed based on conquest, war, famine, and death Cain, the eldest, has been conquering to unite all of Scotland, as his father wants However, Arabella Sutherland, the daughter of his enemy, is nothing like he expected Ella is strong, a fighter, and clever, whom has her own secrets and scars Cain has never had to woo a woman before, and Ella is not your typical female Ella is resistant to Cain s advances and she begins to see two sides to him, but which side is who Cain Sinclair really is Cain has always been told to conquer, and Ella is no exception to that Love is not a conquest Love is giving Ella and Cain will both have to make choices that will affect the future of the clans, but will love been taken into account I received this novel from net galley and the publisher Thank you All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  2. says:

    3.7 5 So I rounded up to four in my goodreads ratingThis book was action packed to biblical proportionsspecifically Revelations The Sinclair sons have been presented by their conquest crazed father as the four horsemen of the apocalypse Their enemy, the Sutherland clan, is in all out war with them and has been for 30 years since the Sinclair chief divorced and disgraced Merida Sinclair That is, until Ella Sutherland, new chief of the Sutherlands, successfully kills the chief of the Sinclairs and end up captured by the eldest son and new chief He decides that she will marry him and they will unite under his rule, but Ella has a secret, has given oaths, that she must protect Duh duh duuuuuuh I ll tell you what I liked first The story, while very much in line with tough warrior, hate to love tropes of historical romance, had a good flow to it with plenty of action and twists I like both the main characters, but my favorite side character is Bas he is the quiet one, the baby marshmallow boy of the sons, and I love him I like also that the brothers, still going with trope, are very much NOT what they have been made to represent They actually have some understanding of human emotions too but other times, especially their comments about how to get women and it actually plays out like they said I wanted to strangle someone Let s hope we aren t that petty My biggest issue with the book is the particularly needless historicizing archaizing of the language It was bulky It made me constantly slow down to read For example, the word fok in this book means exactly what you think it means, but the human brain is conditioned to supplying expected letters and corrects the failures of autocorrect This word was literally the bane of my existence because I d been happily reading along and then someone yells fork No wait not fork Go back, brain Suffice it to say, I found this super annoying It was like reading an unedited book that autocorrect had it s wicked way with I don t feel it added to the story in any way It just took me out of it and I had to constantly reengage If you can get past this, you ll be fine Would I read a sequel in this series If it s for Bas, HECK YEAH Would I recommend this book If you like big broody highlanders and romance novel tropes, I do It was a good read Maybe not a great read, but a good one.I received an ARC of this novel from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

  3. says:

    I HAD BEEN GIVEN AN ADVANCE READERS COPY IN EXCHANGE FOR MY HONEST REVIEW I have not been one for historical romance books in the past but this one seemed to catch my eye.Strong women in history to me are normally dipicted that way because the men allow it In this case Ella earned it She is a strong female lead that I love because she is human and did not let he past or upbringing keep her down There were many rumors passed between the two warring families and those are what keeps them at war once the two older men are dead And watching those lies unravel and families pulling away for normal traditions was amazing It was a bit of a slower burn, but once I started I could not put it down If you love Outlander, or Diana Gabaldon in any way I recommend this Thanks Ashton

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