Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Highland Sinner (Murray Family #16) by Hannah Howell





https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3711940-highland-sinner?ac=1&from_search=true






In her captivating new novel, " New York Times " bestselling author Hannah Howell returns to the stark majesty of medieval Scotland and the realm of the unforgettable Murray clan, as a seductive knight and a mysterious young woman unite to stop a murderous enemy. . .
Sir Tormand Murray is certainly a rogue, but a callous killer? Never. Yet he cannot explain how he came to wake up next to the butchered body of one of his former lovers. Someone is prepared to kill again and again until Tormand is found guilty and hanged. And his only hope of discovering the culprit lies with Morainn Ross, a reclusive, sensual beauty gifted with second sight.
Branded a witch, Morainn has never met a man who accepted her strange talent, much less one who could so easily enflame her passion. There's no resisting Tormand's rugged masculinity--and no escaping the enemy who grows more twisted every day. And even as logic decrees that a lasting union is impossible, Morainn knows her destiny is bound forever with the knight who has claimed her, body and soul.




 
There were parts of Highland Sinner that I really loved. I loved the characters as individuals, (the man whore thing not so much) I loved their family dynamic, but I didn't so much care for the cast as a group and I didn't care for either h/h as a couple. 
I didn't particularly care for what brought them together and I didn't like that certain aspects of Tor's personality were completely ignored while being the complete center focus highlighted on every page. 
You still get the adventurous who dunnit which is entertaining I just didn't like the added walking pecker flap. Highland Sinner wasn't my favorite of the Murray series but its a decent read.



 







 
 



 
 
 
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