The Laird

The Laird

eBook - 2014
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Grace Burrowes delivers another passionate Regency romance... He left his bride to go to war... After years of soldiering, Michael Brodie returns to his Highland estate to find that the bride he left behind has become a stranger. Brenna is self-sufficient, competent, confident-and furious about Michael's prolonged absence. Now his most important battle will be for her heart Brenna is also hurt, bewildered, and tired of fighting for the respect of those around her. Michael left her when she needed him most, and then stayed away even after the war ended. Nonetheless, the young man who abandoned her has come home a wiser, more patient and honorable husband. But if she trusts Michael with the truths she's been guarding, he'll have to choose between his wife and everything else he holds dear.
Publisher: [United States] : Sourcebooks Inc : Made available through hoopla, 2014
ISBN: 9781402295034
1402295030
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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Summerday18
Sep 05, 2018

Sensitive story of a neglected wife who bears the scars of early sexual abuse. When her husband, Michael, shows up after years of serving his country, Brenna questions his long absence and why their arranged marriage wasn’t consummated in their short time together. The arrival of Michael’s young sister, Maeve, now not wanted in Ireland, becomes challenging when Uncle Angus shows more than a friendly interest. Michael has his own secrets. The couple haltingly finds their way to the love they have always felt for each other, their encounters somewhat scarred by the past. Flames help.

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Jan 19, 2018

Great ending story of a three-part series. Burrowes is not afraid to write about difficult situations. In this story, the abuses of her husband's uncle.

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Sep 05, 2018

“The victim was too ashamed to disclose abuse; this was a tenet the Anguses of the world relied on to protect their freedom.” p. 256

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