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Read "Shadow Music A Novel" by Julie Garwood available from Rakuten Kobo. “ Action, drama, desire, revenge: Shadow Music includes all the necessary. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Julie Garwood is the author of numerous New York Times by Julie Garwood. Romance Kindle eBooks @ scretch.info Start by marking “Shadow Music (Highlands' Lairds, #3)” as Want to Read: Shadow Music is the third and as far as I know finale novel in Julie Garwood’s Highlands' Lairds series, again though it is always possible she may come back to it. In this novel we meet Princess Gabrielle of.
Biel, a daughter of an English Baron, is sent by King John to marry an older highland Laird to keep peace between the borders??!! Two of John's scheming Barons with their nefarious and ridiculous schemes get involved and Gabrielle's intended is murdered, she is disgraced as a wanton woman and disinherited and banned from England this from one woman accusing her of entering a wounded man's bedroom?? She meets up with Laird Brodick Buchanan who is her cousin by marriage, as Brodick is married to Gillian a distant cousin of Gabrielle's father. Accompanying Brodick is the fearsome Laird MacHugh who takes her into protection after her banishment. There is also a big mystery about the search for some missing gold that is all too predictable, I figured where that was at the first mention of Sound exciting? No, it's not, it's actually quite awful and I'm having a hard time believing Garwood wrote this.
It's pages before any romance, beyond some kisses, occurs and that only lasts a pretty vague 2 pages, quite unlike all the other Garwood romances I have read.
There was absolutely no sexual tension between the characters, although Garwood tried to create it. She has Colm avoiding Gabrielle because he's so tempted by her, but not only doesn't Colm tell Gabrielle this, Garwood doesn't make it clear to the reader either. I was quite put off by the language the Highlanders used, or didn't use as the case may be.
There was no evidence in their speech that they were meant to be Scottish. No ayes, lass, och or any of the other Scottish brogue I have become so familiar with through so many of the great Highland romances I have read.
Another surprise and disappointment. I have to say that the bad guys were two of the least intimidating bad guys I have ever read.
Coswold and Percy have what appears to be a pointless screaming match over who has the authority of King John. All the screaming amounted to was a pair of little boys fighting over who had the Tonka truck first - She's mine she being Gabrielle!! No, I saw her first.
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Prized for her exquisite beauty, Princess Gabrielle of St. Biel, the daughter of one of England's most influential barons, is a perfect bargaining chip for a king who needs peace in the Highlands: King John has arranged Gabrielle's marriage to a good and gentle laird.
But this marriage will never take place. Upon her arrival in Scotland, Gabrielle is immediately entangled in Highland intrigue, as a battle royal flares between enemies old and new.
For two sadistic noblemen, underestimating Gabrielle's bravery and prowess may prove fatal. Colm MacHugh, the most feared man in Scotland, makes no such mistakes about the captivating princess. Under his penetrating gaze, neither Gabrielle's body nor her heart is safe. Reviews from Goodreads.