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Lush emotionalism, compelling characters and a moving story line will win romance fans. She lives in Texas with her husband, three children, and an assortment of pets. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? In Highlander Most Wanted, a reclusive woman content to live in the shadows shows a Highland warrior the true meaning of love. Genevieve McInnis is locked behind the fortified walls of McHugh Keep, captive of a cruel laird who takes great pleasure in ruining her for any other man.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Steamy and Compassionate love story. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This was a great follow up to Never Seduce a Scot. I completely fell love with Bowen because he care and compassion for Genevieve. As stated in some of the reviews, it does have some harsh subject matter, such as rape and abuse that the characters must over come. Obviously, this book has HEA theme, so the author did have to inflict some 21st century themes in order to develop a plot to get to the ending.

Some people criticized some of the historical accuracy of the times, I am more about the overall story. Since I am looking for some great steamy characters with an interesting story, I am not evaluating too much historical accuracy. I have read several Scottish romances over the years and there was enough accuracy to make the story real. The author does a great job bringing me back in time. I loved this book. I can't wait for her next installment.

I did listen to the audio narration to this book and the narrator was fabulous. This book, second of three in the series, was a very satisfying read. Feehan seems to understand the complexity of rape, abduction and hypocrisy. Both books in the series especially paints the the supportive cast of females in a rude, dark picture. Unflattering, bitchy and uncompromising--the males actually are forced to impose acceptance and a change in behavior!

I can see it happening and appreciate the way it is portrayed. Thanks for Ms. Feehan for making the main female characters with a disability. This is unusual in the extreme and it is appreciated. I am looking forward to reading the third in this series, and urge the author to hurry! One person found this helpful. I was anticipating this book as I really liked the first one in this group, however I must say I was greatly disappointed.

I felt like the plot was uneven and at times confusing. The story involved a woman who had been sexually and mentally abused and yet she headed into a relationship with the hero without any problems. Jesu, but the woman was beautiful. Her features were rendered with perfection. Long, brown hair fell in waves over her shoulders. There were varying shades mixed in and with the sunlight beating down on her, the different colors were highlighted in a dazzling array.

But here in the full glory of the sun, it was evident her hair was not simply plain black.

Nay, it was a magnificent mane of hair that seemed to change color depending on the way she moved and the source of light. Her bone structure was small and delicate, her cheek high and her jawline firm leading to a perfect bow of a mouth. A dark eyebrow arched and long eyelashes heavily fringed the vivid wash of green.

It felt as though someone had punched him solidly in the gut for he could not draw a breath. His men were no less affected as they gaped at the sheer perfection before them. Then she turned to face him, her mouth set into a firm line, her eyes wounded and guarded, as though she prepared herself for further reaction. Another gasp—this time of horror—echoed harshly through the air. A jagged scar ran the length of her face, starting at her temple and ending at the corner of her mouth.

Twas obvious no care had been taken in the stitching of it. There was no smoothness to the scar and it was equally obvious that the wound had not been inflicted so very long ago. He saw her flinch at the reaction of his men—at his own reaction, and it shamed him. But close on the heels of regret came…rage. Start Reading. Connected Stories Series Extras. Highlander Most Wanted Pin It.

Highlander Most Wanted is available in the following formats: BT5YQ Listen to an audio excerpt. Amazon Print Amazon Kindle. This Edition Globally: Still, her path toward freedom remains uncertain. Unable to bear the shame of returning to a family that believes her dead or to abandon others at the keep to an imposing new laird, Genevieve opts for the peaceful life of an abbess.

For loving Genevieve, he discovers, means giving her back the freedom that was stolen from her—even if it means losing her forever. Get A Copy. Mass Market Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. The Montgomerys and Armstrongs 2. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Highlander Most Wanted , please sign up. Will there be a third book? See all 3 questions about Highlander Most Wanted…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Full review now posted Highlander Most Wanted is the second book in the Montgomerys and Armstrongs series. It picks up right on the heels of the first book, Never Seduce a Scot, and while I truly enjoyed that story, I loved this one!

From the cover: Genevieve McInnes is locked behind the fortified walls of McHugh Keep, captive of a cruel laird who takes great pleasur Full review now posted Highlander Most Wanted is one of those rare stories that truly is the perfect blend of romance and passion, despair and hope, trials and triumphs.

It's the story of a woman whose world has been turned upside down, her heart and soul destroyed by a man so despicable, there's no doubt that he truly is evil.

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And the most heartbreaking trial of the story is also one of its triumphs, but I won't go into detail because I'd be giving away too much, and I wont deny you the experience of learning it for yourself.

But, I will say that there were times I despised Genevieve for the same reasons I ached for her. This woman so hated, so scorned and mistreated by the McHugh clan is one of my favorite historical romance heroines ever, because despite her year in hell, they never broke her, they only made her stronger. There were a few times I was sure I'd have to reach through the pages and throttle Bowen Montgomery!

Stubborn, so devoted to his clan that I wanted to kick his man bits because I was sure he was too proud, too blind to see the truth right in front of his face Honorable, compassionate, strong and sexy as sin, Bowen is a hero worthy of a woman like Genevieve. The bottom line: I really can't say enough good things about Highlander Most Wanted.

It's an exciting, sexy, poignant story about never giving up, never losing hope, and never turning your back on love because, in the end, love is all that matters. My sincerest thanks to Netgalley and Ballantine Books for allowing me a copy of this book in return for an honest review.

It was such a pleasure, start to finish. View all 53 comments.

Dec 01, Anne rated it liked it Shelves: And I think the reason is this: All I wanted was a fun kilt romance with some steamy sex scenes. The stuff that had happened to Genevieve in this one was a bit too awful for me to just skim and giggle my way through like I normally would.

I mean, she was kidnapped, repeatedly raped, humiliated, and held captive for a year or so by the bad guy from the last book. Oh, and did I mention he took a 2. Oh, and did I mention he took a knife and fucked up one side of her face? I honestly don't want to read a trashy romance about that girl. And it's not because I think that she couldn't or shouldn't find love! It's more about the fact that I can't personally imagine how long it would take to be able to move past something horrific like that and then learn to trust someone in an intimate way.

Yes, it would make a great story. Just not one that I want to read about in this sort of genre, if that makes sense? And please keep in mind that this is only my personal feeling about the subject matter in this genre. I don't think for a minute that anyone who enjoyed this book is guilty of making light of rape. I just couldn't make myself disconnect long enough to have any fun with this story. And I only read these for an escape or as a guilty pleasure. You know what I mean? Yes, I'm pretty sure.

Ok, having said all that, this was a sweet story. I think Maya Banks did a pretty decent job not rushing the sex scenes But in my heart of hearts, I find it hard to believe that any woman who was systematically abused the way Genevieve was would be able to have multiple orgasms the first time she had consensual sex. No matter what kind of a rockstar Bowen was in bed.

This is a fantasy sort of situation. And in said fantasy, I'm glad that our girl was able to recover quickly, and then have mind-blowing sex with a sweet, patient lover.

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Plus, I got a little teary-eyed at the end for some reason. Bowen really is one of the nicest guys I've read about in a while, and it was sweet to see a male character who wasn't concerned with looking weak or expressing his emotions. Definitely not what I wanted to read about, but for the genre it was a nice story. View all 86 comments.

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Feb 22, Jilly rated it liked it Shelves: I guess it would really have been impossible to live up to the first book. And, it didn't. This book is like a potato. It's pleasant enough if you liked the last book, but it isn't really new or exciting. As a matter of fact, there are so many similarities in the sequence of events from the last book that I think the author was working off the same outline.

Okay, maybe it is environmentally friendly to use the same outline, but still And, not only was the sequence of events almost the same, but I guess it would really have been impossible to live up to the first book. And, not only was the sequence of events almost the same, but this story felt a lot more depressing.

The girl is disfigured and has been raped, held prisoner, and abused for the past year. Not exactly your happy-happy-joy-joy kinda story. And, throughout the book she continues to be abused by her abuser's clan. But, the guy is a nice guy. He protects her and wants to make sure she is never hurt again. Still, he falls in love with her way too quickly. And, honestly, the only thing that she has going for her is the sympathy card thing. It's not like he gets to know her or anything. He just sees that she survived the horrors of the past year and wants to protect her.

I don't know if pity is as attractive as all that. I can admire someone for being strong and overcoming adversity, but it doesn't mean I'm madly in love with them. Also, he's supposedly the most beautiful man on the planet who can have any woman he chooses. And, hey, if wants to choose a girl who he admires because of her strength, that's great. But, it seems like he loves her because of sympathy for her and his desire to protect her from further pain.

If all beautiful men are like this then I want someone to send a note to Chris Hemsworth and let him know that I once stubbed my toe and didn't even cry. That's strength through adversity. I know, you are amazed at my bravery.

Go ahead and spread my story to the world.

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I live to give hope to others. View all 17 comments. Jun 06, Anna rated it it was amazing Shelves: I didn't know what to expect when I picked up this book. I had challenged myself this year to start reading books outside my normal reading box. I have not read a historical romance in such a long time I am thinking years This book was just so heartbreaking and beautiful!

This book is a book 2 in a series. I had not done my homework I have not read this author before! It took me a hot minute to get into this book only because I did not know the story that lead into this book. But once I was in I fell She was kept prisoner by a monster who raped her, beat her, allowed his men to use and abuse her, and he scarred her.

Shame and humiliation were her constant companions.

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Her only companions. He'd slashed her face with his knife , swearing before God that no man would look upon her with desire. She was treated as a whore while she was in the hands of the monster and the things his clan did to her For Bowen to see past her scar and past her torture. He was a true Champion. I'm not going to lie here This book had its fair share of the word Champion I was captivated and swept up in the romance of this love story.

I had shoulder shaking sobs and then just so many heart-clenching moments Their love story was gorgeous Do you know how ridiculous it sounds?

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I fall in love with a woman made a whore by another man. I fall in love with a woman whose face was ruined by a blade. I fall in love with a woman who betrayed my kin. Take your pick. Tis obvious I'm not in my right mind, but it does not change the fact of what is. Never had a man been so tender and patient with her. She knew not what her future would hold, but for tonight she wanted only this. To be in Bowen's arms. To know, just for a moment, what it felt like to be cherished and loved.

She could pretend the past never happened. That her face was unmarked and that sins hadn't been committed. That Bowen was her love-her only love-and that he was the first to ever touch her "Once I would have been worthy of you," Genevieve said " I was once innocent and untouched. Now I am no more than the lowliest whore.

Certainly not fit for a warrior bearing the Montgomery name. You've been warned Tis all I ask. I can live and die a content man as long as you are happy and well cared for. I would not leave without telling you so. I will never love another. You will always hold a place in my heart and I'll think of you often, in my dreams and in the waking. Love soaring into the beautiful Highland Mountains.

This story will stay with me forever. I don't care if he was not wearing an Armani Suit I thought He had forgotten me surely". I have saved you from none of your misery.

Would that I had known your plight earlier. I would have come, Genevieve. Romance is romance. View all 58 comments. Whilst this book delivered on the romance and swoony hero scales there was something missing for my full out five star rating, but don't be too disappointed as I am firmly in the minority here, there are a plethora of readers who loved this book to bits. But here are my book thoughts What's it all about?

Genevieve Mcinnes has been living a life of imprisonment and abuse, as a captor her life was taken from her own hands until all that was left was a damaged and traumatised woman just waiting for a hope of freedom.

When the Montgomery and Armstrong clan enter her life this hope is made a reality, but still labeled with the shame of her past Genevieve needs more than freedom to make her complete again. Bowen Montgomery realises that the task to overthrow the enemies keep may be harder than anticipated when matters of the heart get thrown into the mix, but when he meets the damaged but not broken prisoner of this land he knows he must follow his heart to bring them both the ending they deserve.

But will fate and families intervene when these star crossed lovers declare their love? What did I like? I like the simple yet powerful story of love overcoming any obstacle, the author delivers a realistic spin on a love story that would melt the hardest of hearts.

Instead the language adds a charm to the feel of the book, leaning towards its time and era. I loved the hero rescuing the heroine plot and I can't deny that a rugged, handsome warrior is always a bonus for my reading experience. I can't possibly review this book without mentioning the character, Genevieve and her unending strength of character I loved her continual hope for the future despite her past and heart breaking circumstances, if their was ever a character that deserved a medal this leading lady would be first in the line.

Bowen Montgomery delivered in the warrior stakes his love for his beloved was beyond magical and although I struggled to connect fully to them as characters I can't deny that the author hit the mark with swoony dialogue. Why not five? Unfortunately I found the book repetitive and even though there was a differing plot line from book one the author didn't stray to much from the tried and tested method she used previously. Often times predictability is a comfort in my reading escape but I wanted more from this novel, I needed to be surprised and excited by the plot and sadly it didn't deliver.

I also felt a little disconnected from the characters, on the one hand I thought the author described the characters background and difficulties with great care and detail leading me to feel sympathetic towards the heartache but the characters connection fell a little flat for me.

I'll say again undoubtably this book and series is a huge five star read for most readers, but for me on this day it didn't quite hit the mark, I'm putting it down to a huge case of 'it's not you it's me' and I'm hoping others readers can grab this book and fall in love. Final thoughts As far as a romance goes you won't get much more of a love story anywhere else. If you love a story of love overcoming evil then this will undoubtedly deliver and if you haven't started this series yet meeting Graeme Montgomery in the first book of the series is a must.

Go grab it readers, enjoy View all 65 comments. Mar 20, Debra rated it really liked it Shelves: Something she'd been so long without. And yet now it bloomed, like the first blossom in spring, spreading its petals to seek the sun. Just like the first part of this series, the story was filled with love, despair, hope and many, many endearing moments. The Montgomerys and the Armstrongs are finally at peace with each other and together they decide to take revenge for what Ian and Patrick McHugh did to Graeme Montgomery's wife Eveline.

Ian kidnapped her and his father Patrick, laird of the McHugh keep, allowed him to keep her hostage within the walls of his property. For that, they both must suffer. Graeme already killed Ian but now it is time to deal with the rest of the McHugh clan. And so, the Montgomerys and the Armstrongs, led by Bowen, Teague, Aiden and Brodie, join forces and head off to their keep.

Once they arrive though, they find out Patrick has already fled. What they find instead, is the remainder of the keep and the woman who helped them point out where Eveline was hidden the moment they came to rescue her, Genevieve McInnis. Genevieve McInnis is the kind of heroine you'll immediately feel sorry for. She's a woman thoroughly broken, for a full year she has been kept prisoner by the cruel man that was, Ian McHugh. He has manipulated her, humiliated her, taken her from her family and loved ones and used her in the most awful way possible.

He sees women as objects, possessions and because he would not allow any other man to ever lay his longing eyes on Genevieve again, he has scarred one of her cheeks, ruined her perfect face. One side of her face was impossibly perfect. The other was a complete tragedy.

For some inexplainable reason he is drawn to her and he's able to see past the scars on her face, and instead focus on the beauty she still has left in her heart and in her soul. And most of all, he wants nothing more than to make Genevieve happy, to finally give her the freedom she's so desperately hoping for; and for that he's willing to give up everything. Still, their journey knows many obstacles.

Not only are there are lies and deceit that, were they ever to come out, could destroy their entire relationship. At the people of the McHugh clan do not waste any opportunity to humiliate Genevieve as long as she is within their keep.

This makes it hard for her to let anyone close and especially, to trust that anyone would ever truly care for her. But Bowen is determined to show her the meaning of true love. Take away all the pain and humiliation and shame and, in their place, giver her something beautiful. Highly recommended for fans of historical romances AND fans of any other kind of romance genre! The Montgomerys and the Armstrongs have managed to captivate my heart and I'm already looking forward to reading the next part of this series.

Show me what it's like. Take away the memory of Ian. If you ask me for the moon, I'll fetch it for you. View all 48 comments. Mar 15, Karla rated it it was amazing Shelves: Bowen Montgomery She blew me away with this book. It appears that each book will hav 5 Hottie Highlander Stars!! It appears that each book will have the same underlying theme, heroines with some sort of physical disability or permanent bodily injury, and it has captured my heart.

The story starts off right where Never Seduce a Scot left off. Genevieve McInnis awaits her fate, along with the clan that she has lived with for the past year. Bowen Montgomery has been sent by his brother Graeme to deal with the McHugh clan and their laird Patrick.

Graeme killed his son, Ian, when he avenged his wife Eveline, who was kidnapped, held captive and abused by Ian. Little do the brothers know that the woman who helped them find Eveline is not who she appears to be and hers is a story of unbelievable heartbreak and sadness. I was sucked into this story, it was incredibly captivating! This author knows how to grab her readers and take them for an amazing ride filled with every kind of emotion.

A huge plus for me is that we get to re-acquaint ourselves with characters that are familiar and we adore. I enjoyed how all of them played a part in the story and that we could see the potential set-up for some characters going forward. The women in this series are fierce, proud and have no problem standing up to these proud warriors. Genevieve and Taliesan jump into the fray to protect the clan, even when one of them had no reason to stand up for any of them.

Further into the story Eveline and Rorie make an appearance too. The chemistry between Bowen and Genevieve is immediate, but it takes time for the trust to build. He shows her how it should be between a man and a woman; he is patient, loving and kind.

Bowen is willing to give up everything to be with Genevieve and insure her happiness. I was bowled over by this story. View all 51 comments. Genevieve is a woman hiding from the world. A chance encounter on the road brought her to a place of permanent tragedy - one which left her scarred on the inside and the outside.

Bowen is a man who has never needed to ask for anything. When he encounters a very scared Genevieve, he doesn't know how to handle her. He'll have to learn that there's a first time for everything - even when it means humbling oneself. They have both born shame. They have both faced ugliness. Together, they are beaut Genevieve is a woman hiding from the world.

Together, they are beautiful. This was such a lovely read. Genevieve stood out for me as quite the unique character. Because she was scared and unable to express herself, she was disregarded and misunderstood, which made her journey seem even more courageous.

After time, Genevieve had the inner warrior drawn out of her, but it took some patience, nurturing, and even fear of losing her new-found freedom to call forth her inner strength. I will list a trigger warning for those who wish to avoid books with mentions of abuse or sexual assault.

There are no graphic or explicit scenes, but there are details given of her history, as well as one scene in which the main character has to fight off an attacker.

The highlight for me of Highlander Most Wanted was the slow build of the relationship. Watching Bowen and his unfailing patience with Genevieve as she started to come out of her shell She was suffering. Away from the prying eyes and disparagement of others. He should walk away and not let on that he'd been here at all. But he couldn't. This seems to be a difficult story for me to review, as romances often can be. So much of a romance is tied up in a couple falling in love and their personal journey together.

As readers, we all know ahead of time that the couple will end up together, so it's not generally a big reveal to go ahead and let other readers know of a few special moments, but this time, I'd rather you discover these moments for yourselves.

Enjoy the journey. One last thing: Since it's rarely a 'Stacia-fied' review unless I have something to nitpick, I'll go ahead and give you my laugh moment of the night. Those of you who've read many of my contemporary reviews will know that I constantly complain about the "your love is like a drug" references.

Just when I thought I was safe from them in historicals, I had to go and stumble upon this: An addiction I have no desire to ever conquer. This book provided from the publisher through Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Any quotes taken from the advanced copy may be changed or removed from the final copy. View all 38 comments. Oct 23, Susanne rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is incredibly beautiful, terrible and heartwarming.

There are no words that can describe this book. Some books are easy to review, while others make you feel that there is no way you can do them justice in your review. The first part is really dark but as color slowly sips into the story it is transformed into one of the most beautiful tales of healing and true love.

Maya Banks is rocking the highlander genre! It's another solid five-star read and as I've been waiting for this one. It was all I expected and more, but it was also darker. Genevieve's story broke my heart. Ian McHugh captured her a year ago and held her captive as his personal toy. The rest of the clan was outright awful in their treatment of her. Bowen is the best hero ever. I wanted to shake him a few times in the beginning but after that he was beyond amazing.

I loved that he realized that he loved Genevieve before she did, and how he slowly set out to woe her. He helped her regain her trust and sense of self worth. And I cried happy tears towards the end. Eveline is as awesome in this book as in the first. Go read it now. That's all I can say.