Tangled Hearts

Highland Hearts #2
January 28, 2014
Entangled Publishing
Available in: Paperback, Audio, e-Book

Tangled Hearts

Growing up on a pirate ship, every day was full of adventure for Pandora Wyatt. It was also the perfect place for her to use her magic without persecution. But after her surrogate father is imprisoned in the Tower of London, Pandora leaves the safety of the vessel to rescue him before he’s executed. She expects her mission to be difficult, but what she doesn’t expect is to have her life saved by the sexiest man she’s ever met.

Highland warrior Ewan Brody always wanted a sweet, uncomplicated woman by his side, but he can’t fight his attraction to the beautiful enchantress who’s stumbled into his life. He quickly learns, though, that Pandora is not only a witch, but also a pirate and possibly a traitor’s daughter–and though she’s tricked him into playing her husband at King Henry’s court, he’s falling hard.

Soon, they begin to discover dark secrets leading to the real traitor of the Tudor court, the one Ewan was hired to capture. Now, Ewan and Pandora must uncover the truth before they lose more than just their hearts.

Ewan’s tall frame bent around her and his hand cupped her face. His thumb strummed the sensitive skin over her cheekbone, and he pulled gently away. She kept her eyes closed. The absence of his lips made her frown, and she felt his thumb rub the lines on her forehead.

“Not happy?” he asked.

She opened her eyes. Her breath hitched for a moment at the concern on his face that melted into a half grin. Was he truly interested in her happiness? “Not happy that you stopped.”

“One of us has to guard yer honor,” he said and it was his turn to frown.

She reached up to rub his forehead. “Now you aren’t happy.”

His gaze connected with hers, mesmerizing, almost shackling. So intent on reading her, she almost pulled away. “Where did ye learn to kiss?”

She blinked, trying to understand the fierce intensity transforming him from soul-melting heat to lethal ice cold in the span of seconds.

He inhaled fully, his chest expanding. “Who have ye kissed like that?”

Had she done it wrong? “No one, not like that,” she whispered and the tip of her tongue slid out to touch her lower lip. It hadn’t felt wrong, not in the sense of fouling it up. Perhaps wrong from a nun’s point of view. She shook her head. “Not in that way.”

“But ye’ve kissed? Men?”

Her temper started to simmer, replacing the worry with annoyance. “Well I’m not in the habit of kissing women.”

“But men. Ye’ve kissed men before,” he stated, more than asked.

She couldn’t help the blush that rushed up into her cheeks, but she raised her head even. “I’ve done my part to help my family.”

“By kissing them?” he yelled.

“When necessary.”

“Did they tell ye that kissing them was the way to help them? This pirate family of yours?” Fists curled at his side.

By the devil! What grotesque scenarios filled his head? Did he think her the ship whore?

“I want the names of each and every man who has touched ye,” he said slowly, succinctly through a tight jaw.

“Touched or kissed?” she asked, matching his tight face. One kiss and he had her swinging in the hammocks with the Queen Siren crew!


“I don’t know all their names,” she taunted.

The words blackened his look even more. He grabbed her shoulders, and she instantly felt his soaring, rushing blood, his large muscles engaging as if in battle.

 “Tell me what they did to ye.”

Her breath caught at the intensity in his gaze. “Why?”

“So I know exactly how much pain to inflict on each bloody bastard as I slice them open for touching ye.”

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“Story Rating ~ 5 Stars
Hero Rating ~ 5 Stars
Heroine Rating ~ 5 Stars
Romance Rating ~ 4 Stars
Heat Level ~ 3 Stars
Ending ~ 4.5 Stars with an epilogue
Overall Rating ~ 5 Stars

Gosh, how I loved this book. It had everything that makes a fantastic historical romance.” Swept Away by Romance Review


“Pirates, magic, and Highlanders—OH MY! I loved this novel! I haven’t been able to say that in a long while, but really did enjoy this one. Set against the real of Henry VIII, this novel spoke to my not-so-hidden Anglophile like no other.” Andrea on Goodreads


“Heather gives her readers the perfect ending. And she continues the action almost to the very end. She is one of those authors that makes me enjoy a historical romance. She turns something that wasn’t very interesting when I was in school into a history lesson that I thoroughly enjoyed. This is a book that can be read as a stand-alone but I found that I wanted to know more about a couple of her characters. ” Lynn on Goodreads