The Price of Freedom

  • Title: The Price of Freedom
  • Author: Carol Umberger
  • ISBN: 9781591450061
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Price of Freedom They have been cast together by forces beyond their control Forces that neither are sure they can trust He s a man with a mission sworn to fight for his king and the freedom of his beloved Scotland S
    They have been cast together by forces beyond their control Forces that neither are sure they can trust He s a man with a mission, sworn to fight for his king and the freedom of his beloved Scotland She s a noblewoman with an estate to run, a household to protect, and a precious secret to guard at all costs.

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      Published :2019-06-21T05:39:49+00:00

    About Carol Umberger


    1. CAROL UMBERGER won the 2001 Golden Heart Award from the Romance Writers of America for her manuscript of Circle of Honor in the Best Short Historical category A twelve year veteran of the United States Air Force, Carol has been married to Tom Schwendtner for twenty years and has two sons She resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


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    1. The Price of Freedom was a captivating tale of the ousted Scots' desire to get their freedom back. Bryan, the legendary Black Knight, is illigitiment son to the King of Scotland (who currently lives in a cave). Kathryn is a young woman with a child, desperately trying to escape an unwanted suitor after her father dies. She finds her escape in surrendering to the Black Knight. With action and drama, malicious suitors and marriages of convenience, The Price of Freedom caught and held my attention [...]

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    2. 4.5 stars. This book had a super captivating plot and was well written. I really enjoyed reading this and appreciated how the story of Bryan and Kathryn wasn't fairytale-ish! This book had a good grip on both reality and grace. Good read.

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    3. Early 1300s Scotland: A Scottish noblewoman named Kathyrn has a predatory English Knight after her, who wants to marry her to inherit her ailing father’s lands. He tricks her into sleeping with him with a promise of marriage, she realises how awful he is and gets him chased off the next day, but becomes pregnant, yet somehow manages to conceal birth of subsequent baby from him. A while later, Robert Bruce turns up, and arranges a marriage between her and his illegitimate son to make sure the w [...]

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    4. Good read about war between Scotland and England in the 1300's, love story.

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    5. Once again, the story was awesome, the characters were well-written, and the setting was perfect. But. (There it is, that ominous, heart-pounding word. The one that adds a twist in what you have already read. The one that adds a change in opinion. The word that lets you see the whole picture. Here it comes!) I do not like the faith. You can't call a book Christian if it's Catholic. They are not the same! Not at all! I really do not like picking up a book labeled Christian fiction that has a diff [...]

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    6. I wont go into detail about what the book was about (there's several reviewers that have done an excellent job of that already). But this bookjust makes me mad. First, there are so many historical inaccuracies throughout the series, its sad (the biggest one that stuck out like a sore thumb to me was the discussion of the "corn harvest" and "corn feast" from Mark of Salvation. Really? Corn? In Scotland? In the 1300s?)I tried to give the author the benefit of the doubt and went on to go ahead and [...]

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    7. Loved this book. Loved the first one. The first one was the Circle of Honor. I read both of these books in a very short amount of time because they are very good and quick reads. It is a series of 4 books but each book has a different set of main charaters so it is not neccessary to read them in order, but I hate doing things out of order.They are set back in the 1300s in Scotland when Robert the Bruce is trying to free Scotland from King Edward of England. So some actual historical facts set ar [...]

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    8. Four and a half StarsBook 2 in the Scottish Crown Series held me captivated and delighted within its pages. Another well thought out story that takes place during a very interesting time in Scottish history. The characters are easy to warm to and the story woven holds you in anticipation of what is to come, to the point where you cannot easily put it down. I highly enjoyed this read and think I may have liked it even more than the first book. Either way, both were what I would call a very good r [...]

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    9. I'm a sucker for love stories (of course different from romance novels, bleh!). The Price of Freedom and all four of Carol Umberger's Scotland Novels are amazing love stories along with the adventure of war. However, I would suggest not reading them all right in a row. The writing can get stale in a way as amazingly descriptive (yet simple!) as it is. The Price of Freedom is my favorite of the four so I would definitly suggest this one if you would want to read any of them.

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    10. I really liked this book. I'm still going strong on my Scottish kick and I'm loving Black Bryan Mackintosh. I thought the plot development was solid from page one. My only drawback I have with this book is the little interaction between Isobel and Bryan. The few parts in the book with Isobel and Bryan together were very endearing I just wish there would have been more. But this was still a great read!

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    11. Son of Robert the Bruce, Black Knight Bryan, falls for Countess Kathryn in the midst of Scotland's fight for freedom. He was going to NOT attach himself to anyone until Robert was truly King but alas, Kathryn came along1306-1314 time period.

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    12. clean, quick read, not a bad story line, likable characters, its not a history and should not be rated as such- the historical context is there and individual pieces of history that are well known to the masses are included. I liked that, others might not.

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    13. This book was fantastic. I loved the characters and the story behind each. I love how this author incorporates true historical events into her books and weaves her characters around those events. A+ for this one!

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    14. The second inthe "Scottish Crown" stories. This one has a new hero and heroine but brings back a few people from the provious novel. Again, a wonderful read, rich with scotlands history, romance, and Christian values. As with Book1, my only complaint was it wasn't long eough.

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    15. Wonderful book. Redemption for both characters.

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    16. See my review for Circle of Honor :)

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    17. I actually liked the 2nd and 3rd books in the serious better than the first one; there was a bit more substance to them then pure romance.

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    18. Loved this book! I don't know how accurate the Scottish history is, but it was a page turner. The battle scenes were incredible and if true were very descriptive. Can't wait to read the next one!

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    19. I'm really enjoying this series for its historical interest and good writing. There is war, romance, honor, and redemption.

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