Source: Requested review
Genre: Paranormal romance- wolf
Scottish Highlands, 1705
Sorcha Tolmach, Princess of the Faol, possesses the power of the wolf and the otherworldly allure of her legendary clan. But she also longs for more freedom than she could ever find in her brother's court. Impulsively running away to the Highlands, she doesn't anticipate being wounded and confined to a ramshackle castle by Conall Macpherson, Laird of Kilfinnan. Sorcha senses only darkness in the rugged, forbidding man's future—so why does she still feel a passionate yearning to become his mate?
The Highlander and the Wolf Princess is the last book in the Legend of the Foal trilogy. This one is my favorite out of the trilogy, it was hot and dangerous. I really enjoyed reading Conall and Sorcha. The story had a mystery air about it and it made for all a better read for me. I recommend this series to all that loves a good historical and paranormal novella.
Sorcha needs some time alone, so she goes to the Highlands. While she is enjoying herself and senses no one around her she changes into her wolf form. All the sudden she is in middle of a dangerous moment and she finds herself shot.
Conall is tired of the wolf steeling his sheep. So he takes care of the problem at least he though he did until he seen what he shot was no wolf. Now, he has to help this lady and quick. What came out of this dangerous situation was an attraction nether one could stop.