Claimed by a Highlander

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“The Douglas Legacy” is full of stories about different women of the Douglas family who want to keep their control on the family legacy. In the first part Captured by a Laird it was a widow who struggled hard to keep herself in one piece because the two men who came in her life wanted to destroy her. Derek Perkins narrates the second tale in which another of the Douglas sisters finds herself in trouble. This time Margaret Mallory has written the story about a highlander who is ready to claim the girl of his choice.

Lady Sybil Douglas had lived a life of leisure but tragedy strikes her suddenly and she is left with no choice except to marry a Highland warrior. Her brothers get into a mess because of which they are forced to leave Scotland and she is left alone and helpless. Thus she decides to marry the man whom she does not like at all. Though from the inside she plans to escape the marriage but from the outside she shows an appeal for the marriage.

Rory never wanted a Lowlander to be his wife but now after the marriage contract he thinks that he must protect her at all cost. It is a bit like The Guardian because there is a lot of incidents which makes us remember this other novel by the same author. The emotions present in this novel are unparalleled and the love bond which establishes between the couple at this stage is superb. No one can guess in the beginning that the two characters will start developing feelings for each other towards the middle.



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