Passion and Plunder (Highland Heather Romancing a Scot Series Book 5)



Would You Sacrifice Everything For The Person You Love, Knowing You Can Never Be TogetherA Desperate Scottish Lady.Lydia Farnsworth The Sole Surviving Heir To The Laird Of Tornbury Fortress Has Lost Nearly Everyone She Loves Now Her Father Lies On His Deathbed And As If This Isn T Dire Enough, He S Invited Men From The Surrounding Area To A Warrior S Contest The Winner To Claim Lydia As His Bride.A Scotsman Dueling With His Past Alasdair McTavish, Son Of Craiglocky Keep S War Chief, Is A Seasoned Warrior In His Own Right So When He S Sent To Tornbury To Train The Farnsworth Soldiers, He S Than Equal To The Task A Danger Unseen When A Dangerous Adversary Makes A Move Against Lydia, A Dastardly Scheme Comes To Light, And Alasdair Realizes Only He Can Protect Lydia.Passion and Plunder (Highland Heather Romancing a Scot Series Book 5)

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  • Passion and Plunder (Highland Heather Romancing a Scot Series Book 5)
  • Collette Cameron
  • English
  • 16 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Passion and Plunder (Highland Heather Romancing a Scot Series Book 5)

  1. says:

    This is my first read by Collette Cameron and I was totally blown away I now this is a series book but you can really read this as a standalone story as well I can t wait to go back and read the previous books There on my to read next list for sure A very well written story that I loved how the dilogue was and how she brought the story to Life in her writing I felt I was in the story with them and getting to it all The characters were wonderful I loved getting to know them and going on there...

  2. says:

    Passion and Plunder by Collette Cameron is yet another amazing and exciting Scottish Historical Romance in this thrilling series Set in Tornbury Fortress, Scottish Highlands 1819 While, 5 in her highly anticipated Highland Heather Romancing a Scot series, it can be read as a stand alone This is the story of Lydia Farnsworth, the daughter of laird Bailoch Farnsworth and the only remaining heir to Tornbury Fortress due to a series of misfortunes Her beloved father is dying as well And, Alasdair McTavish, son of Craiglocky Keep s war chief He is a seasoned warrior, as well as brawn, strong and determined with a secret He s sent to Tornbury to train the Farnsworth soldiers as requested by laird Bailoch to Alasdair s clan laird OMG, what a thrilling, exciting story with suspense, a bit of mystery, betrayal and the possibility of love and finding a HEA Passion and Plunder has twists and turns, a few surprises, and a passion for life Lydia, being the only true heir, except for her mother s sniffling nephew, Ross, to Tornbury Fortress, believes her dying father will name her as his sucessor, so she tries to prove her worth to hi...

  3. says:

    Originally posted on lampshadereader.comI voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.Passion and Plunder by Collette Cameron is a pleasant sweet read full of family drama and heartache And I do mean a lot of heartache I really don t know how much heartache a character can take Lydia seems to have suffered through everything Being dumped by the man she supposedly loved, the loss of her mother, her two brothers, and has an ailing father Not to mention a sniveling useless uncle But on him later.Might have seemed a bit overkill, but there s a sense of suspense because it just seemed too coincidental that all those events took place one after another The whole warrior s contest to win Lydia s hand in marriage was a good premise and I kind of wished there was to that.Alastair, I loved Hands down or should I say swords down Kind of romantic, who has a huge crush on Lydia, and has a MAJOR secret Reading about this secret, I was led to believe the worst with my own prejudices about the character, kind of sneaky of the author It s what happens later on in the story that really made me tear up Forget about the romance between Alastair and Lydia, that little sidestory about Alastair and his problem really made the story f...

  4. says:

    This book is tied with Heartbreak and Honor as my favorite of this wonderful series It is also hard to review, as I want to entice you to read it without spoiling this wonderful story with its twists and surprises.Lydia Farnsworth has lost her mother, brothers and is taking care of her ailing father, the Laird of Tornbury She worries for her father s health and also who will be their laird when he dies She also has to worry about her Uncle Gordon, a sneaky, greedy man who wants Tornbury for himself Receiving an invitation from Ewan McTavish to a party at Craiglocky Keep, her father insists she go and hopes she looks for a husband while there Alasdair and Gregor McTavish are out hunting for the house party when they come across Lydia s overturned carriage Alasdair secretly loves Lydia and is furious her uncle is doing nothing to help the women stuck in the carriage Lydia is relieved when she sees Alasdair as she knows he ll...

  5. says:

    Lydia Farnsworth s mother and brothers died within a year, and now her father s heart is weakening he might not have long to live The man Lydia loved married another her life is in shambles When her father dies, she wants to be the next clan chieftain but she s not sure if she can do it, and still as sick as he is, her father wants her to get married soon.The characters are clearly described physically and very well drawn as well Bailoch Farnsworth asks Lydia to lie, he doesn t want it known that he s ailing and that Tornbury Fortress might go without a Laird However, Lydia s uncle Gordon Ross desperately wants to be chieftain, very desperately Lydia is brooding, when she receives an invitation to Craiglocky, to attend the McTavishes week long Valentine house party, home of the very enticing Alasdair McTavish On their way to Craiglocky, the coach meets with an accident, and Lydia, accompanied by her American cousin Esme, need ministrations, where of course the charming Alasdair volunteers Alasdair has always had a tender spot of Lydia, but he has sworn to never marry again In fact, he can t because of a foolish mistake he made when he was 19 His wife left him after two months, and he has never asked her for a divorce, he doesn t even know if she s still alive However, Lydia is not at Craiglocky only to attend the party, but to seek someone to stand in for a war chief to train the men at Tornbury Fortress in case...

  6. says:

    This is the 5th book in the series but it is not necessary to have read the previous books Though the previous books are wonderful and so worth reading.In this book we see 2 people who have had lost love and are very heartbroken They are weary of love and cautious Lydia Farnsworth fell in love with an English aristocrat He married another and she is recovering her heart On top of this her 2 beloved brothers were killed in a freak accident and than a short while after her mother died of an illness Now her father is on his deathbed and his one wish is for Lydia to be happily married The reason this is so important is her father is the Laird Blailoch Farnsworth, chief of the Tornbury clan He has no heirs and is to name that person male or female.Than we have Alisdair McCreary who is the war chief for the clan Craglocky and he has been asked to train the men of Tornbury s keep He is attracted to Lydia but he doesn t tru...

  7. says:

    I received a review copy of this book.I love the way Collette brings her stories to life and takes the reader on an emotional journey Lydia Farnsworth and Alisdair McTavish develop feelings for each other Yet they are both honorable and will do the right thing even if it means they don t get to be together.There were some surprises in the book related to some secondary characters I would like to say but I don t want to spoil the story This book is the fifth of the Highland Heather Roma...

  8. says:

    I received this book as a gift and read it immediately as I love stories by Collette Cameron A story about Alasdair McTavish and Lydia being the last child of Laird Farnsworth She knows her father is about to die and she believes she will become the next Laird The trouble is ...

  9. says:

    Lydia Fransworth is the last living heir to her father Laird of Tornbury, through unfortunate events she s lost almost everyone in her family Now her father is on his deathbed and doesn t have much time, he needs to name her Laird but she needs to prove her worth that she s strong enough, smart enough and not an emotional woman governed by sentiment..heaven forbid her snivelling cousin on her mothers side gets the title Her father has pulled a last ace from his sleeve he has plans for her A tournament and the prize will be her hand in marriage For Lydia the only man worthy of her hand is Alasdair McTavish and lately he wants nothing to do with her.Alasdair McTavish has secretly coveted Lydia s affections but because of a secret he can never have her She can never know how she makes him feel.But when a foe endangers Lydia he will move heaven and earth to keep her safe Maybe his secret isn t worth being kept if the love of his life will be lost to him.A wonderful love st...

  10. says:

    Whether you are a fan of Collette Cameron, or new to her writing, you will not be disappointed with the latest installment in the Highland Heather Romancing a Scot series Collette Cameron s storytelling is full of details and sweeps you away to Tornbury Fortress, where you are immersed in the lives of Lydia and Alasdair She has a great talent for writing The banter between the characters will have you laughing, you will be cheering for their bravery and heroics, and the heartbreak they endure will having you in tears The intrigue captures you from the very beginning ...

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