Travel to the wilds of Scotland and Northern England for three tales of unlikely romance. It’s never too late for a heart to learn to love….
A Scot’s Surrender
An innocent debutante and a rogue... Miss Agnes Faulkenberry dreams of a gentleman, a knight in shining armor that sweeps her off her feet. Laird Keiran McKenna is nothing like her dreams. A rogue and sworn bachelor, she finds him irritating, when he isn't causing her breathless excitement. The more time she spends with him, the more the line between knight and rogue blurs. Not that it matters, because he'd never love her in return would he? Laird Keiran McKenna has no intention of marrying. He's seen too much darkness to make any woman happy. But Agnes is the worst. A dewy-eyed prim miss who looks down her nose at him. Until she is in danger and her arms wrap around his neck as her luminous blue eyes beg him for help. Suddenly his resolutions begin to crumble no matter how he tries to hold them around his heart.
My Laird’s Seduction
Lady Ainsley McDougal has long been the bell of the ball. But there is one beau she cannot tame, which, of course, is her favorite kind. She'll catch her man yet. Laird James McPherson is a Highland Laird, an English Earl, a soldier of the Indian War, and a privateer for the British Navy simply for the joy of it. He'll be damned before one tiny blond spitfire of a Scottish lass brings him to his knees and ties him down in wedlock. But even he can't deny that he's tempted...
The Earl’s Forsaken Bride
Lord Callum Blackwood does not want a silly empty headed lass for a wife. He's seen too much darkness, for such a woman. Nor does he have the patience or softness to woo a blushing bride. He needs a woman that can step into the role of wife and fill his obligation for an heir. Lady Elizabeth has been ruined by her father’s gambling debts and is now a lowly laundress. But her fate cannot hide her beauty, her strength, or the lady that still lives within. And while she takes pride in her work, her ability to care for herself in a world that forces women to rely on men, she cannot deny that Callum could help her. Especially when her aunt falls gravely ill. Neither wants love, but nor can they deny the attraction that sparks between them. Will those feelings, forge a bond or break their tentative agreement apart?