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While she has traveled extensively, she’s yet to find anywhere she could love more than California, where kilgsnnon and her husband live in a tragically flawed house with the neurotic and dictatorial cat formerly known as Miss Lily. Definitely not on that level. The characters are strong and their passions high.

The Wild Rose of Kilgannon

Apr 24, Stevie rated it liked it. But overall very good read! It just missed for me.

Alexander, against his wife’s wishes and his ee judgement joins the Jacobites and fights against King George’s army in the First Jacobite Rebellion. Paperbackpages. Much better then the first book.

Her official writing career began in with the acclaimed Scottish historicals, Kilgannon and The Wild Rose of Kilgannon, the epic love story of an English woman who falls in love with a rugged Highlander. Thoroughly enjoyed this series and was sad when it ended. Better than the average airplane read! Oct 11, Mary rated it it was ok Shelves: The best parts of the book, again, are the secondary characters like Angus and Matthew.


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.

Many of the scenes were highly emotional, but I expected Mary to finally rise to the occasion, but never did, even though it mentions her trying to control her temper again and again, she never let loose and let some of the characters have it.

Mary goes to London to save him from execution, and finds that one of the judges is a reprobate, lyar and sexual pervert.

Drawn into a fight he would rather not be in, Alex goes off to fight the British invasion of Scotland, and saves his men by being captured. Be the first to ask a question about The Wild Rose of Kilgannon. We had various men making iilgannon of the married Mary.

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I, on the other hand, do not mind at all if the story is riveting enough to hold my attention. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. May 28, Alina kilgnnon it liked it.

If there kiogannon a sequel, I’d read it. This one starts where Kilgannon left off and moves through the following years of fear and war in Scotland.

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There are still elements that I found implausible at times, and I didn’t really like the main character Mary, but this second installment was a definite improvement on the first and I’m happy to r Sequel is much better than the first of this series I was not happy with the first novel, Kilgannon, and I was only reading this sequel to satisfy my curiosity about the rest of the story. Towards the end, like 10 pages from the very end, I almost threw the damn book across the room. View all 4 comments.


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. I felt like there was a lot of exposition and not a lot of character development. But when news comes of the capture of her beloved Alex, Mary vows to rescue her brave husband, who offered his life to save his men.

Jeanne rated it really liked it Oct 05, Kathleen loves to travel, read, and study history, which makes writing historical fiction a perfect career.

Given that Alex is imprisoned and the story is told from 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. The story was very enjoyable and if I hadn’t read some of the reviews that should have been marked with spoilers but weren’t, I think the would have had more intensity and more of the intended cliff-hanger effect.

However, the ending made it seem as though there should be another book, a continuation of Mary and Alex’s saga.