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Winning the Highlander's Heart, Book 1
Anice vows to flee the amorous advances of King Henry I, and return to her home in the Highlands, where she hopes to find
a laird to wed, when she learns her staff has vanished. Premonitions of imminent danger warn her of foul play and she is certain
she is cursed when it comes to marriage.
The king orders the Highlander Laird Malcolm MacNeill, seeking an English bride,
to provide the lass safe escort and learn what has become of her staff. Escorting her home safely proves a dangerous trial
in and of itself and keeping his heart out of the matter, when the king wishes her wed to one of his loyal barons instead,
complicates issues further. Losing his heart to the lass means Malcolm could very well lose his head.
Eilis Dunbarton’s life undergoes a drastic change with the death of her
Now she’s faced with the
disagreeable prospect of marrying the man who was to be her cousin’s
husband. Not by
a change of contract, though.
Instead, by deceit—pretending to be her cousin. But if her husband-to-be
not really Agnes, her life is
forfeit. So what choice does Eilis have but to flee?
Laird James MacNeill’s
clan rescues a half-drowned lass
from the sea, there is speculation she is of the enemy clan, especially
since she doesn’t
remember her own name. James is
immediately enticed with the lady, but his focus must remain on finding
the proper bride.
For if he does not wed soon, he must
give up his holdings to one of his younger brothers.
slips away with each
day Eilis is close, and James finds
himself contemplating the thought of taking her to wife without knowing
her true identity.
But how dangerous would the
end result be?
And what will happen if Eilis’s
husband-to-be comes looking for her only to find her in the arms of another man?
Dougald MacNeill takes Lady Alana Cameron to his laird brother James's Craigly Castle when he finds her roaming
the heather on the MacNeill lands. But who has sent her there and why? Her uncle, laird of the Cameron clan, and warring with
the MacNeill for years, has made a marriage arrangement with another clan and now that is even at stake.
Having witnessed her father's death, and even believing he had returned her home when all along he had been
dead, Alana discovers she has the gift, or curse, of seeing the newly departed and sometimes those who should have long ago
passed over. Her own deceased brother continues to plague her, the rake, and now another, who is very much of the flesh,
Dougald MacNeill, has her thinking marrying a rake might just have its benefits. Dougald's sister, who is one fiesty ghost,
has offered to help Alana keep Dougald in line if he thinks of even straying.
But who sent Alana on a fool's errand in the first place to remove her from the Cameron's lands and set
her squarely in Dougald's care, and who really killed her father and her brother, and what has it all to do with Alana? Will
she and Dougald learn the truth before it is too late?
Angus MacNeill's story, 4th Book in The Highlanders Medieval romance series
Edana Chattan senses concerns where people she knows could be in danger. When her brothers warn her they're in trouble,
she can't convince her father to listen to her, so with an escort, she tries to locate them. Separated from her escort during
a storm, she is discovered by Angus MacNeill, who is tasked to return her right home.
Only Edana has other notions--and
convinces him and his companions to allow her to use her abilities to locate her brothers who are manacled in a dungeon somewhere.
That leads to a faux marriage and more dungeons and more trouble than Angus had ever thought possible. So why is the bewitching,
fiery-haired lass making him think of marrying her for real?
Lady Caroline has one mission in mind, helping her mother maintain their estates after her father's death, while knights
posing as the earl's men continue to kill their livestock. But as soon as her mother wishes the earl's intervention, Caroline
has a new problem--the earl is intrigued with her and wants her to reside at his castle and serve his mother.
refuses, but as the raids on her family's lands turn more deadly, Lord John Talbot forces the issue. Caroline continues to
attempt to uncover who is behind the raids, and with her unnatural ability to remember details, she intends to see justice
The lady may be his undoing, but the earl decides she is the one for him and no other will do, if only he can
keep her safe from the danger that follows her every move until he can wed her.
The past clashes with the present, and one woman finds herself fighting for her own identity
in the past so that she can have a future with the man she loves--but with her ancestor's hold over her--Lisa Welsh and Jack
Stanton only have a ghost of a chance at love.
Lisa Welsh only wishes
to leave a messy divorce behind for a couple of days stay in Salado, Texas, but wakes to nightmares and a cowboy in her bed,
and she has no earthly idea how he got there. But the situation gets worse when she wakes in the morning and learns she’s
living in 19th Century Salado. Even more worrisome is the tall dark stranger and everyone else in town believes
she’s some woman named Josephine Rogers. Only she’s supposed to be dead.
Jack Stanton can’t
believe the clerk gave him an occupied room at the Shady Villa Inn, but worse, he was ready to ravage the woman in that bed—until
he realized his mistake. Now the woman he thinks is Josephine, claims to be some other woman—and though he could never
abide by Josephine’s fickle ways, this Lisa Welsh intrigues him like no other. Still, everybody in town believes her
to be Josephine, and he steps in to help her find her way back home.
Murder, mystery, ties
to family roots in the past, embezzlement and murder in the present, and a man she can’t get off her mind no matter
what century it is, Lisa has no choice. She must solve the mysteries and face the troubles in her world and Jack’s or
they will never be free to share the love that binds them across the ages.