Wee William’s Woman: Clan MacDougall, #3

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Sent on a mission to retrieve a personal treasure, Wee William leads a band of Highland warriors into enemy territory. Unearthing a bonny yet battered young woman knocks this sizable warrior hopelessly off-balance. He has had his heart ruthlessly shredded and sworn never to take the risk again. Perhaps a guileless young lass devoted to family will be the one to jeopardize his vow to bachelorhood.

What do you get when humorous plot lines are combined with the notion of love overcoming all obstacles? You get Suzan Tisdale’s endearingly sweet Highland romance Wee William’s Woman. “The bigger they are, the harder they fall” is mirthfully exemplified in William, a fierce warrior with an honorable heart. His actions speak louder than words, and everyone sees the significance of his actions except the person in denial: William.  It makes for very entertaining moments that are sure to bring silly grins to reader's faces. Nora, the heroine, wasn’t the most consistent character in her ideals or reason yet her characterization’s strengths manage to overshadow her flaws. She is willing to do whatever it takes to care for her young siblings. In turn, she is fierce, practical, and hopeful within her station in life. Set in 1345, the attitudes and a woman’s survivability were accorded some respect with an expected dose of creative liberty. In all, Ms. Tizdale delivers an enchanting romance filled with humor and emotion!


Anna Fitzgerald