Love Beyond Hope (Morna’s Legacy, #3) by Bethany Claire

Love Beyond Hope (Morna's Legacy, #3)Love Beyond Hope by Bethany Claire
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you have read the other Morna’s Legacy books leading up to Love Beyond Hope, then you already know who Boadan McMillan is.

He is the Laird of the McMillan castle and the cousin of Bri’s husband, Eoin. Boadan lost his wife many years earlier and has hardened his heart against love for anyone. He has resentments that he carries around with him all the time.

Mitsy Fredrickson is Bri’s best friend from Texas and has just realized her marriage was not as it seemed. She decides to head to Scotland to lick her wounds and look up her friend Bri. In order to find Bri, she has to go back to Morna’s inn and start her search from there. Mitsy is up to the task. She is a fiery redhead that has known some hard times. She can typically take care of herself.

Mitsy follows all of Morna’s instructions and is surprised to find herself in a crazy medieval cos play. Mitsy finds herself quite attracted to Baodan. She insists on being taken to Bri and thus begins their attraction.

This book was wonderful. The feelings that the story evokes is real. The fears, the unreality of her situation is brilliantly told. I have loved each of these stories, but this one touched my heart in a different way. It was humorous and lovable. The characters all have a special place in my heart now. I can not wait to find out more about Eoghanan. That will be a great story I can already tell. He is the unofficial brother of Boadan and Niall.

It was great to see Aileen and Her husband in this book. I love when you get to know the entire cast of characters like I have in the Morna’s Legacy series. I can not wait to delve into the next book and see where that takes me. It could be modern day or we might be going back to the seventeenth century. Either way I know that Bethany Claire will make me one happy girl finding out.

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