Review: Highlander Most Wanted

Posted April 10, 2013 by Addictive Passion in Uncategorized / 1 Comment

Highlander Most Wanted

Maya Banks
Ballantine Books
March 19, 2013
Montgomery and Armstrong series bk 2
Genevieve McInnes is locked behind the fortified walls of McHugh Keep, captive of a cruel laird who takes great pleasure in ruining her for any other man. Yet when Bowen Montgomery storms the gates on a mission of clan warfare, Genevieve finds that her spirit is bent but not broken. Still, her path toward freedom remains uncertain. Unable to bear the shame of returning to a family that believes her dead or to abandon others at the keep to an imposing new laird, Genevieve opts for the peaceful life of an abbess. But Bowen’s rugged sensuality stirs something deep inside her that longs to be awakened by his patient, gentle caress—something warm, wicked, and tempting.      Bowen seizes his enemy’s keep, unprepared for the brooding and reclusive woman who captures his heart. He’s enchanted by her fierce determination, her unusual beauty, and her quiet, unfailing strength. But wooing her will take more than a seasoned seducer’s skill. For loving Genevieve, he discovers, means giving her back the freedom that was stolen from her—even if it means losing her forever.

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Maya Bank’s second book in her Montgomery and Armstrong series; Highlander Most Wanted was highly anticipated and enjoyed thoroughly.
Bowen Montgomery is the hero in this story who rides to the rescue of the heroine Genevieve McInnis who was kidnapped years ago and was kept in a castle where she was often times abused.  Highlander Most Wanted is the story of Bowen and Genevieve and how their love is challenged in many ways not just by outside forces but by Genevieve’s independence and by Bowen’s willful nature.
I was also excited to read more about Eveline Armstrong and Graeme Montgomery who starred in the first book, Never Seduce A Scot-even though I was not too thrilled with Eveline to begin with.
All in all, I would definitely recommend Highlander Most Wanted to Maya Banks fans out there as well as the whole series to newer fans of Banks.

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A little About The Author

 My name is Maya Banks and I live in Texas with my husband and three children and our assortment of pets. I’m more of a cat person, but my daughter became convinced she NEEDED a dog. So convinced in fact that it became her mission to convince her father and me. She prepared a two page handwritten proposal that detailed WHY she needed a dog, and well, after I sent her to her father (I knew he wouldn’t tell her no) we embarked on the search for the perfect dog. The journey that was two hours away and that I got pulled over for speeding while I was on the phone with my agent who had an offer from a publisher for one of my books… The officer wasn’t impressed. He wrote me a ticket anyway. Thus, I now tell my daughter that her dog turned into one very expensive concession! But isn’t he cute?

When I’m not writing, I love to hunt and fish with my family. We all love the outdoors

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 and go on family hunting trips every year. We also love to travel. One of our more recent trips was to Scotland, which was every bit as comical as National Lampoon’s European Vacation. You know the part about “Look kids, Big Ben, Parliament” as they went round and round the roundabouts? Yeah, that was us, only we couldn’t even get out of the airport in Glasgow without hitting three of those suckers.

Perhaps the most rewarding aspect of a writing career is getting to meet so many wonderful readers. There’s nothing better than dishing books with someone who loves the romance genre as much as I do. Romance readers are passionate and vocal. We love our books, love our happily ever afters, and we love to spend time talking to others about our favorites. THIS is why I love my job so much, and I’m so grateful to readers who gave ME a chance when I began my career. So thank you.

 Maya’s website:  http://mayabanks.com/

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