Bold and beautiful, Lady Eleanor of Clarin--sole heir to her ancestral lands--chooses to marry an aging French noble rather than Edward I's choice of a brutal knight. To preserve Clarin and defeat the rebellious Scots who killed her father, she would gladly give her hand to the devil himself.
But when the fiery Highland outlaw Frendan Graham takes her hostage, he also inspires her deepest desires. Now, as Eleanor is swept away from her beloved land and into an arranged marriage, she will be surrounded by treachery and accused of murder. Only one man can rescue her from the torture and death that lie ahead. The man should remain her greatest enemy--yet holds her heart--and her very life--in his hands.
Seize the Dawn was originally published under her pseudonym Shannon Drake and is the third book in the series.
Eleanor and Brenden were an opposites attract which was fun but the wish washy on both their parts kinda put off that thrill for awhile. However Graham makes up for that later in the journey.
The story runs quick even though its a full novel but it was a nice romance with a dash of minor history.
Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Kensington Publishing