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The Secret (Highlands Lairds #1) Judith Hampton Was As Beautiful As She Was Proud, As Purposeful As She Was Loyal The Dear Scottish Friend Of Her Childhood Was About To Give Birth, And Judith Had Promised To Be At Her Side But There Was Another, Private Reason For The Journey From Her Bleak English Home To The Highlands To Meet The Father She Had Never Known, The Laird Maclean Nothing Prepared Her For The Sight Of The Scottish Barbarian Who Was To Escort Her Into His LandIain Maitland, Laird Of His Clan, A Man Powerfully Compelling Than Any She Had Ever Encountered.In A Spirited Clash Of Wills And Customs, Judith Revelled In The Melting Bliss Of Iain S Searching Kisses, His Passionate Caresses Perplexed By Her Sprightly Defiance, Bemused By Her Tender Nature, Iain Felt His Soul Growing Into The Light And Warmth Of Her Love Surely Nothing Would Wrench Her From The Affection And Trust Of Iain And His Clannot Even The Truth About Her Father, A Devastating Secret That Could Shatter The Boldest Alliance, And The Most Glorious Of Loves.


10 thoughts on “The Secret (Highlands Lairds #1)

  1. says:

    The Secret, the 1st book in the Highlands Lairds series, is now tied as my favorite Julie Garwood book with The Bride I loved this one so much It starts out so cute with two little girls, one Scottish, on English becoming friends Judith and Frances Catherine were just so damn cute Their friendship was like icing on the cake for me I loved Iain He was perfect He just had so muchcharm than other JG heroes I have read I also really loved Judith I loved that she was sassy, outspoken The Secret, the 1st book in the Highlands Lairds series, is now tied as my favorite Julie Garwood book with The Bride I loved this one so much It starts out so cute with two little girls, one Scottish, on English becoming friends Judith and Frances Catherine were just so damn cute Their friendship was like icing on the cake for me I loved Iain He was perfect He just had so muchcharm than other JG heroes I have read I ...


  2. says:

    This book grabbed from the Prologue, filled with both endearing and funny moments In a few pages, Ms Garwood had me loving Judith, the heroine, and her friend Frances Catherine By the end of Chapter 2, I was also in love with Iain, the hero, and smiling like a silly girl What a nice way to start a book Judith and Frances Catherine met as children and formed an unlikely friendship Judith was English and Frances Catherine was Scottish, and everyone knew that English and Scottish hated each ot This book grabbed from the Prologue, filled with both endearing and funny moments In a few pages, Ms Garwood had me loving Judith, the heroine, and her friend Frances Catherine By the end of Chapter 2, I was also in love with Iain, the hero, and smiling like a silly girl What a nice way to start a book Judith and Frances Catherine met as children and formed an unlikely friendship Judith was English and Frances Catherine was Scottish, and everyone knew that English and Scottish hated each other Well, everyone but Judith and Frances Catherine Their friendship lasted through all the years, and now Frances Catherine was p...


  3. says:

    There was a lot to love about this book, but I think my favorite thing was the friendship between our heroine and her bestie They grew up seeing each other once a year and had that kind of loyalty that only comes with being best girlfriends.When our heroine s bestie, Frances Catherine, becomes pregnant, she calls upon our gi...


  4. says:

    This book was amazing I loved how possessive the hero was towards the heroine He would not let he ride with anyone else during their trip to the keep Omg he was just so sweet and he was loving Their chemistry was off the charts and the whole birthing rights and rituals was just grea...


  5. says:

    Delightful 4 stars The Secret was a delight to read I was easily swept into Julie Garwood s world of witty dialogue, enchanting characters, and feel good romance.I did, however, find it difficult to feel the connection and chemistry between Iain s and Judith s characters during the first half of the book In fact, at times I felt there waschemistry between Judith and Brodick than between Judith and Iain Fortunately, by the end of the story I was a firm believer in Judith s and Iain s rela Delightful 4 stars The Secret was a delight to read I was easily swept into Julie Garwood s world of witty dialogue, enchanting characters, and feel good romance.I did, however, find it difficult to feel the connection and chemistry between Iain s and Judith s characters during the first half of the book In fact, at times I felt there waschemistry between Judith and Brodick than between Judith and Iain Fortunately, by the end of the story I was a firm believer in Judith s and Iain s relationship.There is a reason I gave this book a higher rating than I normally would have, considering I w...


  6. says:

    5 bloody brilliant, hot Highland Laird starsAudio Kindle Paperback ReviewVery rarely do I have the opportunity to read a book that isn t a review required read, but I needed something familiar, something comforting this past week, and so I chose to re read listen to this story I am so, so very glad I did I had read The Secretpaperback years ago and never reviewed because I was on a Julie Garwood binge Book after book, I didn t have time to stop and write down my thoughts because I couldn 5 bloody brilliant, hot Highland Laird starsAudio Kindle Paperback ReviewVery rarely do I have the opportunity to read a book that isn t a review required read, but I needed something familiar, something comforting this past week, and so I chose to re read listen to this story I am so, so very glad I did I had read The Secretpaperback years ago and never reviewed because I was on a Julie Garwood binge Book after book, I didn t have time to stop and write down my thoughts because I couldn t stop reading long enough to do so This story will always be a favorite read, but as a listen It s amazing DescriptionNew York Times best selling author Julie Garwood captures the Highland splendor of medieval Scotland in this breathtaking love story The inspiration for her acclaimed bestse...


  7. says:

    4 A very sweet and pleasant Highlander Historical Romance I enjoyed it exactly for what it was a romance in a very difficult for women time I know most of my GR friends get upset over the almost none existing female rights of those times and want all heroines to be strong, bold and independent, which would be absolutely absurd for their environment Although I like the historical accurate portra...


  8. says:

    The Secret wasn t such a secret after all I loved The Secret and after listening to it for the first time and re reading it for the 20 billionth time, I think I love it .Judith is a strong and feisty English woman whose best friend is a Scot When she s asked to attend her friends birthing of her first child, she does not hesitate to pack her bags Ian is Laird and as a favour to his brother offers to collect the English woman Ian thinks his brother is daft giving in to his woman and scoff The Secret wasn t suc...


  9. says:

    This is my first book by Julie Garwood and it may be my last Yes, I enjoyed this book but I found it too cutesy and simplistic I think that if it had been either a funny book or a dark book I would have enjoyed it , but this mix of funny banter with very dark topics didn t do it for me.On one hand, you have very serious topics dangers and fear of pregnancy which is the first time I have read in a historical so I give the author kudos for that , battles between clans in Scotland, the hatr This is my first book by Julie Garwood and it may be my last Yes, I enjoyed this book but I found it too cutesy and simplistic I think that if it had been either a funny book or a dark book I would have enjoyed it , but this mix of funny banter with very dark topics didn t do it for me.On one hand, you have very serious topics dangers and fear of pregnancy which is the first time I have read in a historical so I give the author kudos for that , battles between clans in Scotland, the hatred between the Scottish and the English All of these represent a serious hurdle between the hero and the heroine except the pregnancy because she wasn t the pregnant one but at the end all the problems are dissolved as if by magic just because the heroine is n...


  10. says:

    4.5 This is a reread for me I ve had a few of them lately that have left me disappointed but not this one I loved it I had a smile on my face for entire first part of the book The banter between Iain and Judith is a hoot The friendship between Judith and Frances Catherine was precious Loved it Sowhy not...


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