Read “The Blood of Roses” by Marsha Canham with Rakuten Kobo. The stunning, award-winning sequel to The Pride of Lions!In a novel that sizzles with . The Blood Of Roses By Marsha Canham – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Buy a cheap copy of The blood of roses book by Marsha Canham. This sequel to The Pride of Lions is as much saga as romance, in that Catherine Ashbrooke.
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And we’re once more whisked over the Highlands into Lochaber, walking alongside the vanquished Camerons, alongside Gentle Donald on his stretched, and Alexander enduring the fever brought forth by his wounds, share his desperation, his anguish, his need to see Catherine, to let her take the pain away. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Across Bloos Moonlit Sea.
Mar 18, Sarah Z rated it it was masrha. Want to Read saving…. This book is much more historically oriented, yet the detailed descriptions of the politics of the time, military tactics, battles, and troop movements, don’t slow the pace, on the contrary in fact, and offer an even more realistic background to the touching love story between Alex and Catherine.
Alexander Cameron was a man with a price on his head and enemies to burn. A Game of Thrones Set: Neither of the latter two events was planned. I was immediately drawn to this book by the cover. It felt repetitive and that makes me feel like the writer thinks I am stupid and have to have things explained to me more than once. Same goes for PoL. There are some references to material in the previous book, but rather I read and rather enjoyed several Canham books, but compared to her other books that I have read, this one was very disappointing.
The story begins just a few days after the first book ended, in Blackpool, where Alex had sent Catherine to be safe from the upcoming war, then proceeds with intertwining scenes of rural and still peaceful Derbyshire, England and the battles both on and off the field in Scotland. I’m hoping Catherine and Alexander Cameron make ross appearance in this one as well, but I’m not holding my breath for that. Plus, as boring books with boring characters go, this was a long one.
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There is a secondary romance I found to be fascinating. In The Shadow Of Midnight. The book revolves around the Jacobite uprising and most specifically the Battle of Culloden, which takes place near the town of Inverness, Scotland in between England and Scotland, two countries torn apart by pride and war.
Just wish there was more than two books in her highland series that follow Alex and Catherine Cameron. I had just read “The Pride of Lions” and was left hanging as I did not have this book in my possession and through the various places I order my books, it was not available. Canham’s superb storytelling evidences great and careful research.
I fell in love with story almost immediately. Embraced By A Highlander. Thanks again Marsha Canham for sharing your talent of story Before finding my own copy I originally borrowed this title from the library. This story is part two of Alexander and Catherine’s story.
With the start of war Alex sends Catherine away back to her home in Derby. Is it the Scottish man Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I had to skip a lot just to finish it.
Alexander and Catherine’s story felt finished to me.
Now he must protect Catherine from the dangers that threatened them both. The Rebel of Clan Kincaid. In The Pride of Lions, Cznham was immature to say the least, spoiled, entitled and I did’t like her much.
I found myself caught up in the Scottish quest for freedom as they marched their way across England, only to be defeated at Culloden, a horrific ending to a gallant og for liberty. I have read many historical fiction novels about the time period of the Jacobite Uprising ofbut I learned more about the specific battles, movements of troops and history from this book than any other.
Miss Canham has obviously spent so much time on research with her full account of events, hlood and losses from warring parties, military strategies and routes, the number of troops and movements on both sides, and even what usually happens in an army camp, and allows her made-up characters to blend in with these facts as effortlessly as if they had also been part of history. These books are filled with ancient blood fueds and some historical battles that are vividly described by the author.
Love had made the legendary warrior vulnerable. In the Pride of Lions and in its sequel, the Blood of Roses, Marsha Canham has transported me back in time to that unique place in history where lairds ruled and battles were fought with swords over land b,ood love. Together and ripped apart again, the couple realizes that they are safer and stronger together. This was a wonderful romance, with substance and an adventure with authentic facts and real stories and This and Pride of the Lions were hidden treasures.
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He wins her hand in a duel, yet she has no idea that this stranger will eventually win her heart, her love and her soul. After a very brief time together, they fall in love, only to have Alexander send Catherine back to England, where he believes she will be safe from the ravages of war. The ending was bittersweet and tough In a novel that sizzles with passionate intrigue and breathtaking romance, Marsha Canham whisks the reader back to war-torn Scotland as a legendary warrior fights for the two things most precious to any man: The Pirate Wolf Trilogy.
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No man, no king, no ghost is strong enough to come between us; only the indominable splendor of your honor, your pride, and your passion can accomplish that. LibraryThing recommendations and tag cloud. See all 11 pre-owned listings. Even better than the first!