A Reader's Opinion: STOLEN BY A HIGHLAND ROGUE by Vonda Sinclair

Updated: Feb 13, 2020

When the infamous King Richard dagger is stolen from Highland chief, Dugald MacKerrick, he will do whatever it takes to reclaim it, even abduct the wife of the aristocratic thief, but what if his beautiful French hostage isn't who he thinks she is? Deep in the rugged Scottish Highlands, Dugald discovers not only is his captive, Camille Bouchard, more than he expected, so is the passion raging between them, threatening everything he thought mattered to him. **This novella was previously published in the Captured by a Celtic Warrior anthology.**



Vonda Sinclair knows how to steam up a page! Stolen by a Highland Rogue introduces us to two delightful characters, Dugald and Camille. I would have liked more build up in their romance but I did feel the sparks between them. We start right off with the mystery of the missing dagger and I did feel like I came in at the middle of a story, but soon found my way. There were times when I felt like I was in the 1600s with the Highlanders and other times when I felt like I'd come back to modern times. With more bed play than story, this quick and easy read is a nice way to spend an afternoon.


Reviewer's Rating: 3 1/2 Stars | Content Rating: 5 Stars | Reviewed by: Kaylie Morgan


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