Integrity Taylor should have been a Clan princess. Instead she's lived a life on the very periphery of society. Now that she's learnt more about her heritage, however, and the magic that she's capable of wielding, she's not going to hide in the shadows any longer. The once-in-a-generation Sidhe Games are going to provide the perfect opportunity for her to win back her birthright - and the fact that she'll be going head to head, toe to toe and mouth to mouth with golden haired Byron Moncrieffe might just be the icing on the cake.
This is the second book in the Highland Magic series.
Honour Bound begins with Integrity finally realizing what her heritage means. And she's going to fight to take back her land, and not hide in the shadows. However, there are many secrets among the clans, and as she continues on her journey things start to get a little bit more complicated. Especially when it comes to Byron.
This book was really good! It has a lot of action, intrigue, and I'm hoping soon some more romance between Byron and Integrity. I really enjoyed this one a lot. But I'm looking forward to reading more, and seeing what Integrity is going to do next. I also really loved the way this one ends, it was a major surprise, and makes you want to read the next one asap!