2004 Best British Isle-Set Historical Romance Nominee – RT Book Reviews
So in Love was born in a daydream. I was working on something else when I took a break, closed my eyes, and envisioned this young woman running down the hall of her home. I knew, immediately, that she was French, and I knew, too, why she was terrified.
Frankly, I love it when books happen like this.
Jeanne was a woman of her times, subject to her father’s whims and control. She really had no choice about what happened to her. The fact that she rallied and went on to survive was a testament to her will and strength.
Douglas was the feted and cosseted youngest MacRae brother, born long after the others. He was perhaps a little spoiled in that he was touched by brilliance, good looks, and great fortune. His life, however, changed the minute he met Jeanne.
Here’s the blurb about So in Love:
Karen Ranney brings us another emotionally intense and passionate story in the fifth book of the nationally bestselling Highland Lord series, in which Douglas MacRae must overcome a dark betrayal in order to regain a love once lost.