Davina Montgomery has a number of
secrets that are hidden from all but a select few. In fact,
this is not just an ordinary English Lady but in fact her
true identity is one of the Crown’s most closely guarded
secrets, and the reason she is hidden in a convent. While
she has led a hard life she has also grown to be highly
appreciative of what she does have. When she is shockingly
betrayed, and subsequently rescued, her life will change
forever. While Davina will not let harm come to anyone
because of her, she is also drawn to her rescuer.
Scottish Laird-to-be Robert MacGregor
takes his role seriously. Not only does he do what is
needed for the good of his clan but he will not leave a
woman in distress. Even if the woman is not from his clan,
is apparently English, and even shoots him with an arrow.
So while on route to the latest English coronation when he
happens upon the attack of the convent he saves the last
person he can, Davina.
Now both Rob and Davina have a huge
dilemma, will they let their duty stand in the way of their
love? Or will they give into their love and potentially
place not only Rob’s clan in danger but their own lives?
In my mind Paula Quinn is one of the
foremost women of Scottish Highlander historical romances,
and Ravished by a Highlander just helps to
cement those thoughts. Ravished by a Highlander
leads the reader behind the scenes in English/ Scottish
politics during a time that you don’t vote your opponents
out, you murder them. Ms. Quinn is a master in detailing
the scenery and hardships that would be encountered while
traveling during these times. At the same time how could
someone not fall in love with the characters of Rob and
Davina and how love might just conquer all.