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Heart Of Gold (MacPherson Clan, #2) A Witty And Talented Artist Longs To Escape The Glamour Of Court Life In Order To Determine Her Own Future But She Doesn T Count On Falling In Love With A Magnificent Scottish Warrior And Diplomat One Who Can Also Open The Doors To Her Deepest Dreams And Hidden Desires.


10 thoughts on “Heart Of Gold (MacPherson Clan, #2)

  1. says:

    This is a difficult book to rate There were a lot of things about it that I greatly enjoyed I m one of those readers who really like the history in historical romance to have an equal role with the romance I love historical fiction, but since it has to be faithful to actual historical events, there isn t always a lot of HEA in historical fiction And I do love a HEA, hence my love for historical romance However, a lot of historical romance novels pay mere lip service to the history, so when This is a difficult book to rate There were a lot of things about it that I greatly enjoyed I m one of those readers who really like the history in historical romance to have an equal role with the romance I love historical fiction, but since it has to be faithful to actual historical events, there isn t always a lot of HEA in historical fiction And I do love a HEA, hence my love for historical romance However, a lot of historical romance novels pay mere lip service to the history, so when an author brings an historical period alive, I want to commend and encourage that author And here, the authors not only brought alive the period under Henry VIII, but also treated us to the politics of the time, as well as a romance I was in heaven.Ambrose, the hero, is a roving ambassador for the Scottish throne In that capacity, he travels all over Europe, and meets with the king of France, the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, the pope, an...


  2. says:

    An absolute delight I cried a few times but laughedI consumed page after page well into and beyond the middle of the night


  3. says:

    historical Scottish Romance book 3 in set of 7


  4. says:

    Loved, loved, loved It s been awhile since a novel has made me cry, but this one does itthan once So intensethe deception, the turmoil, the growth, and the love and forgiveness Truly a great read Ambrose and Elizabeth are a beautiful couple inside and out.


  5. says:

    For a long time, I LOOOOOOVED this book It s been read and re read numerous times and the book shows it However, upon re reading it just recently, I realized that Elizabeth the main heroine leaving her youngest sister, Anne Boleyn, behind to fend for herself, especially with her power hungry father, just seems so out of character I understand that the authors were setting up the Boleyn storyline, but that part just seems so contrived Elizabeth Boleyn is portrayed as a loving, compassionate For a long time, I LOOOOOOVED this book It s been read and re read numerous times and the book shows it However, upon re reading it just recently, I realized that Elizabeth the main heroine leaving her youngest sister,...


  6. says:

    After reading two Phillipa Gregory books which are mostly about the historical period around Henry VIII I wanted to read others and ran across this story about a third Boleyn girl fictitious character, supposed to be the older sister of Mary and Anne Boleyn She was feisty, artistic, a true renaissance woman She spends years running from her estranged father portrayed as a power hungry man who basically sells his daughters , and King Henry VIII, and a murderer who knows she witnes...


  7. says:

    Ambrose and ElizabethI loved this book full of history, intrigue, excitement and steamy love The characters are all very well developed and interesting There are twists and turns that you don t see coming True love was uncommon in those days of King Henry but Ambrose ...


  8. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book I love that historical figures were woven in with fictional characters to give the storysubstance It was a fitting second novel in the series and well worth the read.