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18/10/2018

The Rogue's Redemption (Border #7) by Cecelia Mecca. Historical Romance Release & ARC Review.

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He thought himself irredeemable. She showed him the truth.

The Rogue
Reid Kerr has always known his place. He’s the brother no one can depend on, the rogue who’s determined never to marry. But when he attends a council of border chiefs at Highgate End, he meets the one woman who might change his mind about love—and his own worth.

His Redemption
After narrowly escaping an arranged marriage, Englishwoman Allie Bowman is content to remain a permanent visitor at her sister’s new home, Highgate End. She is finally free to be herself. Or so she thinks. When she falls for the most notorious rogue in Scotland, she will discover her sister has very particular ideas of whom she should marry.

With both loved ones and circumstances poised to keep them apart, will Reid and Allie fight to stay together?

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Reid Kerr has refused to ask for the place of his Clan chief and brother's second in command,  because he knows he is not good enough to be accepted.  The middle brother who was the second,  married and moved away from the clan stronghold.  Reid has always been the undisciplined one in the family,  taking his pleasure without care about those who disapprove.
English woman Allie Bowman escaped an arranged marriage and is living with her sister in Scotland.  It feels like home even if the border is rife with tension.  Her main problem is trying to find her own way without hurting her overprotective sister. 
A lovely historical romance with characters you can't help but fall in live with.  It is part of a series but easily read on it's own. 
Good fun. 


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A former English teacher, Cecelia combines two of her passions, romance novels and the middle ages, in debut novel The Thief’s Countess. Combining alpha male types and strong female heroines, Cecelia transports readers to an admittedly romanticized time of knights and castles.

After reading Johanna Lindsey and Judith McNaught, she started a manuscript twenty years ago when medieval romance was at its height of mainstream popularity. Picking it back up in 2015 when vampires and highlanders reigned supreme, Cecelia stuck to the genre she loved and brought medieval England back to life.

She lives in Northeast, Pennsylvania with her husband and two young children where she can be found either planning a Disney trip, watching period dramas or convincing her children to watch Star Wars. She is firmly House Stark and Gryffindor.
 

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