Though few can equal her skill with the sword, Caledonia MacNeely fights an unfamiliar shiver when she is offered in marriage to the infamous “Lord Sin. Kinley MacGregor’s latest offering, Born In Sin, is a redemption story, and quite a good one, as it happens. If there were a little more to it, it could. The second of the MacAllister brothers books by Kinley Macgregor, Born in Sin is the story of Sin MacAllister. Sin is dark and brooding, both.
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Born in Sin
This one’s got 2 parts. I love this man. I did like it.
His resiliency is something born of god. The book opens with King Henry trying to convince a very reluctant Sin that he must marry Callie, daughter of a powerful Scottish family, and bring an end to the land raids that have been ongoing.
Much to his chagrin, Henry orders Sin to marry a woman who is the oldest daughter of the former now dead Laird of the clan MacNeeley. You just have to read to know how people treat him and how his parents blamed and cast him away for their own sins. December 15, to January 14, !!
I also found myself getting lost when I visited her website trying to connect the characters. The illegitimate eldest MacAllister brother, Sin was shuffled macgrwgor his parents, with neither of them actually wanting him. March 15, to April 14!! As a character, Sin is a painfully tortured and tormented man.
Pretty compelling but admirable nonetheless. All of the above. He is eventually sold by his guardian as a slave to the enemy, and trained by the Saracens as an assassin, forced to do things no man, let alone a child iinley as himself, should witness.
Oddly enough – that was about the same time I had had just about enough of Sherrilyn Kenyon too. For that reason, he had never had sexual relationship until Callie.
Saved from the harsh life of slavery and killing he was sold into, Sin is the trusted advisor and sometimes friend of King Henry of England. Not in a plucky heroine kind of way, but in bu almost stupid and completely unrealistic kind of way. They call him the devil ib eats little children for supper.
I loved that Callie had such a strong backbone. The beginning may be sni little confusing of that quote, but hopefully you understand. I met the hero in a previous book, Claiming the Highlander.
He wants nothing to do with the homeland Scotland who shut her door to him. Movie Lists Hey Wait a Minute! He prayed for the politics of Henry and her brother not to come between them. Time passes and the king has decided that he is going to make peace by marrying Callie who is his hostage to Sin. She won’t get any respect from me in any other book for sure! So Scottish, her borb is the Gaelic word for Scotland.
When a Scot Ties the Knot. Stoic Sin was just as well developed with his pain radiating in kiley widening circles.
Born in Sin: A MacAllisters Novel: Kinley MacGregor: : Books
Aug 26, Saly rated it really liked it Shelves: How everybody was cruel to an innocent boy. Not to mention that he was trained as an assassin at a very young age.
I cried a lot for the man because it seemed so unfair. A Pirate of Her Own. It’s not like the modern Dark Hunter books where these year old characters really have lived in modern times long enough by now to talk like that. I liked her, however, and believed that she could teach Sin to yb. Sold to the Saracens when he was still a boy, he was forced to become an assassin. Sin both intrigues and fascinates Callie and she immediately wants to explore the gorn and the lustful feeling she can’t control when he’s near.
The Scot Beds His Wife. A lot of historical romance heroines are nothing without their men, in fact, I have seen in writing many a heroine say that.
He even donned the MacNeely plaid to show Henry he belonged to the clan, but mostly, to Callie. She was the perfect heroine for Sin, she was accepting and generous, understanding and wise.
I must say I love the placement of the rising action, climax, and falling action. The whole process was such fun to read!