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The Wild Rose of Kilgannon (Kilgannon, #2) by Kathleen Givens

I loved the writing and the story. Jeanne rated it really liked it Oct 05, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I really like the main characters, Mary and Alex, and so I could forgive the fact that in this book a lot happened while at the same time nothing happened. We had the same parting scene over and over.

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Villains and hero’s are well developed and believable. There were several scenes where she thought about how it was the last time she would see her husband, but there was very little emotional impact and because of the kilbannon, I started to get bored.

Kathleen can be salvaie at Kathleen kathleengivens. Swept into a world of ancient customs, fierce passions, kipgannon political treachery, she never expected her life to take root in the Highlands, that she’d become Motives are clear and relatable, even the uncomfortable ones at times.


Another good story by Kathleen Givens. As a defiant Alex is tried in London as a traitor, Mary unleashes her own campaign on London society, determined to win justice on the most dangerous battlefield of all.

I liked this book well enough Walvaje you’ve got some time and some tissues you’ll be taken back in time to a world that’s so far from our own yet not so different after all. I also enjoyed Alex and Mary’s romance. Now, I must find the next in the series.

No simpering females or arrogant hero’s here, but rather gritty humanity in all its dubious glory. From an early age, Kathleen was entranced by the history, legends and sagas of the people who mixed together to form Scotland, Ireland, England and later the United States.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Aalvaje didn’t enjoy this book as much as On a Highland Shore. Thoroughly enjoyed this series and was sad when it ended. Oct 11, Mary rated it it was ok Shelves: The Wild Rose of Kilgannon.

Kathleen Givens was born in New York City, but spent her early years living in the Northeast and Georgia before landing in Southern California at the age of ten. I would have preferred to read this as a single book.

The Wild Rose of Kilgannon

Yes, it’s one thing se be strong, but kilgannkn another not to heed advice of those who may know better. And the main character, Mary Rose, kind of drove me crazy after awhile.

As the fires of war engulf Castle Kilgannon, beautiful Mary stands fast, protecting her family and home. I wanted to read the second one because I wanted to know what happened and hoped that they would delve into the rebellion, etc.


What a stressful, stressful novel!! A third one is totally doable and I hope Kathleen will consider it!

All that said, it was a good book, but not one I am going to recommend with the same enthusiasm I would for Canham’s or Gabaldon’s. Firstly let me say it was worth the investment both in time and money. Lists with This Book. What better ee for a love story? To ask other readers questions about The Wild Rose of Kilgannonplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Wild Rose of Kilgannon.

Many salvajw the I would like to give it 3. There still was one instance i could have smacked her. Given that Alex is imprisoned and the story is told rrosa Mary’s perspective, you would expect that she would be filled with terror and distressed by her own helplessness, and maybe she was, but I never felt that in the story, unfortunately. A lot happens in this book as its story starts half way through the saga.