Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Review The Beast of Clan Kincaid, Highland Warrior series by Lily Blackwood

Title: The Beast of Kincaid
Author: Lily Blackwood
Series: Highland Warrior
Release Date: May 31st 2016


A Highland warrior battles to reclaim his birthright in the first of a new series filled with seduction, revenge, and soul-stirring passion…

They call him the Beast—a hardened mercenary whose heart seems as cold as his icy blue gaze. They do not know his true name: Niall Braewick, son of the Laird of Kincaid. It has been years since he escaped into the forest the night his father was murdered. Now he has returned, ablaze with a vengeful hunger. He will gain the MacClaren chief’s trust, gather his clan, and take back his lands. And take the MacClaren’s daughter as well…

Though he pulled her from the river, saving her life, Elspeth has been warned to keep her distance from her father’s hired warrior. He is a barbarian—a shame, as he is far more compelling than the lechers and fools competing for her dowry. Little does she know that, like the castle itself, she is a prize Niall intends to claim…but will he extract blood for blood and possess what is his, or will his enemy’s beautiful, innocent daughter tempt him to forsake his dream of conquest?

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Review by Iza

Books like The Beast of Clan Kincaid remind me why I love reading historical romance novels. Why I'm head-over-heels when it comes to a Scottish male lead.

The beginning was a little rough and heartbreaking. But it also pulls you in. The writing style does that too, not only the story line.

As the blurb already says it, our hero is back for revenge and he plots on getting back more than the castle and lands; he also wants to hurt the current laird's daughter, Elspeth.

A little back-and-forth and of course that they couldn't help but fall in love with each other, but this happens and that happens and you will have to read it, to see what exactly. It's worth it. Plus, it sets the premise for book 2. I have to say, I was surprised.

4.5 stars and I want to thank Netgalley and the publishers for the copy given in exchange for my honest review.

P.S. I want a Kincaid beast too.

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