Savage Marriage

Savage Marriage

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PirateKing289 By PirateKing289 Updated 11 hours ago

Since being liberated from the Romans, the hatred has shifted towards the Highlanders of the North. Her father swore that not one of his children would marry a highlander nor bore his children. For fifteen years, Joanna had heard this. Being the oldest of four daughters, she was constantly reminded. But it comes as a shock when her father announces her betrothed. It is not Prince Andrew of the East, a proper Englishman, but Sir Kincaid a savage chieftain of the Highlands. Joanna is taken away from her comfortable life inside stone walls to a small tribe nestled in the rolling hills. Not only does Joanna have to adjust to a new lifestyle, but a savage husband ten years older than herself. Joanna wants only to go home while Kincaid wants something more. The two think they will hate each other forever. That is until an unfortunate injury. Joanna can finally see through his arrogance and Kincaid can see through her anger. Can they understand one another and become something more?


~Everything in this book may not be historically accurate~

RafelQaderi RafelQaderi Apr 24
Damn boi no need for the savagery yet, save that for the bedroom
Giggle_cheeks Giggle_cheeks 4 days ago
WOW!!!!!!!!!
                              WOW!!!!!!!!!
                              WOW!!!!!!!!!
                              WOW!!!!!!!!!
                              😶😶😳😳😶😶😳
                              AMAZING first chapter
So, since her mother died giving birth to Cathleen four summers ago, shouldn't that make her four rather than 7 summers?
Mama_G Mama_G Jan 09
I am also hooked...you surely have wasted no time in diving in to the heart of the story ! ^-^
                              Mama G
Kiran-K Kiran-K Jan 03
She's 15 and her betrothed is 25. Some people back then use to get married to women well younger then them which is disgusting.
_illuminating _illuminating Dec 17, 2015
I love these kind of books, too bad there's not too many out there. I'm really looking forward to reading some more of this c: