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    Marsha Canham(Author)

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Hardcover book with dust jacket. The chieftain took his bride in a Scotland divided. It would take a special kind of honor to win her love.

Hardcover book with dust jacket. The chieftain took his bride in a Scotland divided. It would take a special kind of honor to win her love.

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  • PDF | 388 pages
  • Marsha Canham(Author)
  • Dell 2001/01 (2001)
  • English
  • 6
  • Romance

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  • By Judge Tabor on March 9, 2015

    Midnight Honor was the last book (unfortunately) in the Scotland Trilogy and I felt like crying when it was all over. It's a rare occasion that books in this genre leave me with the feeling of wanting the story to go on and on. I especially felt that way about the second book in this trilogy - The Blood of Roses (Scotland Trilogy Book 2). When I ordered Midnight Honor, I thought it would be yet another book about Alexander Cameron and Catherine. However, this book featured the characters of Colonel Anne Moy and the two men who loved her - her husband, Angus Moy and her lifelong friend, John MacGillivray.Relative to space and time in history, Midnight Honor runs concurrently with "The Blood of Roses" but focuses on Anne's life and the events leading up to, during and after the Battle of Culloden as opposed to the focus of Alexander and Catherine, the main characters featured in "The Blood of Roses." Most of the primary characters in Midnight Honor are real life characters. Marsha Canham took some liberties with their personal lives to make the story interesting to those of us who love our romance novels. However, if you check the internet, you will find that the basis for this story was very real, including certain details about Colonel Anne Moy and the fact she took a different side in the battle than her husband. In fact, I've been spending quite a bit of time on wikipedia lately researching what was fact and what is perhaps myth. Marsha Canham is truly unique in the manner in which she uses the details in historical happenings and mixes them with "what if" stories about the real life characters.Anne Moy was unique, she was beautiful, she was powerful and she had men at her command. It's evident that Scotland was way ahead of society in some ways during this period to allow a woman to participate in the military in the way Anne Moy did. And, although I might have had a hissy fit had the story been about a man who loved two women in the manner Anne seemed to love Angus and John, I actually managed to enjoy this story without feeling any jealousy on behalf of either man. Sadness for John MacGillivray in many ways - yes. Do I have a double standard? Nah, I'm just a woman and it was easier to put myself in Anne's place than it would have been had the roles been reversed.I'll be reading this book again during the years to come. Right now I'm stuck on Marsha Canham's books and currently reading The Dragon Tree. Another lovely story.

  • By Romantic at Heart on February 22, 2014

    It was a great book. Yes in ways it is Blood of Roses again as far as the battle goes, but you see different peoples perspective of the war. So you are not reading the same things you read in Blood of Roses. I liked Anne and Angus as well as John. Both men were great. Anne loved both men and they both loved her, however she is true to Angus even though at times she was weak because she had a hard time accepting that Angus fought for the other side, since she didn't know why he did so. Plus John was always around to comfort her. If was hard to think of Angus as being the hero since he was fighting for the other side. At times you would think she would have been better off with John. However they loved each other deeply, and do end up supporting each other, even though they are fighting on opposite sides. It is not until later you find out why Angus is fighting for the other side, and at the end you find out even more that makes him great. Once again there is a lot of battle stuff going on, but it is still a great book.Sex content is medium/high.

  • By Woodsever on March 23, 2017

    This book is so well written by skilled author Marsha Canham I have no crticism whatsoever! She brings us into the politics and war of the Jacobite uprising in Scotland when Prince Charles attempts his retaking of Scotland in the name of his father King James. It is exciting, romantic, and so very interesting I am more than impressed. No dead spots or over- dramatics .... lots of realistic battle scenes based on true historic events. The lady Colonel was most impressive. Definite recommendation to readers of historical fiction and romance fiction.

  • By Sandy Milan on September 6, 2015

    This was my favourite book in the series The Pride of Lions (Scotland Trilogy Book 1). I didn't expect it to be since the main characters are already married when the story begins. Basically the H and h are married but are on seemingly different sides as far as the Scottish and English are concerned. The h becomes her clan's leader and she goes into the war with them and she and her husband are apart for a lot of the book. I just loved the way the author gave us insights slowly throughout of how they met, married and ultimately fell in love. There is also an apparent triangle with another wonderful male lead character. Again the book is filled with loads of historical details for those interested.

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