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Five years ago Raven of the Clan MacKinnon was forced to hide after the attack on her clan. She helped get her wounded father to safety, then watched helplessly as her two brothers were taken prisoner and marched off to serve the Beast, a heartless Northman determined to claim not only MacKinnon land but surrounding clan lands as well. What she witnessed that day shocked her. How she survived afterwards changed her forever.
Her brothers’ return home signal her own return home to her family and relative peace. Finally, the Beast has been appeased. Or so she thinks.
Wolf is an exceptional warrior, fearless, even ruthless when necessary. He intends to claim land that rightfully belongs to his family. All went according to plan until… how did one, young lass escape a troop of warriors and ruin his well-executed plans? He searched five years for the MacKinnon lass without success, then she suddenly surfaces with a proposal for him that will end all strife and win him most of what he wants. She may think she is the victor, but he knows better. Or so he thinks.
Wolf accepts the proposal, signs the agreement, making the woman who caused him endless trouble… his wife.
Raven and Wolf face challenges, not only with each other, but with an old enemy seeking revenge, and unexpected secrets that reveal surprising truths and unforeseen danger.
Can foes become friends? Or will love decide for them?
Author note… there is a Prequel, Highland Oath, to this book. It introduces all the characters, and details that led to the Clan MacKinnon being separated. You don’t have to read it to read this one, but you might find it interesting.
Five years later Arran returns home after being taken captive by a group of mercenaries and forced to fight alongside them. He’s a far different man than he’d once been. Smiles elude him, his tongue no longer charms, and he knows what it’s like to have been touched by the devil himself. When he saves a woman in the woods from being abducted, he doesn’t realize who she is until he sees her deformed hand.
Purity has changed, confident and comfortable with herself and her life in the forest, she no longer requires a husband. Unfortunately, Purity is in danger and Arran doesn’t intend to fail her this time. He tells her they will wed and he will keep her safe.
It’s Purity’s turn to refuse his proposal—but not for long. It becomes clear that the only safety Purity has is in Arran’s arms as his wife.
When the couple return home, they face a challenging and dangerous situation that could tear them apart forever.
Secrets are discovered, promises are made, lies surface, and murder strikes the clan. Through it all, the couple fight to keep what they’ve found, what Purity always knew, and what Arran discovers—they’ve always been meant for each other.
Royden doesn’t know what he’ll find. He knows his brother Arran is still alive, but what about his father, his sister, Raven, and most of all what about the woman he loves… Oria.
The attack that had ripped his family apart, seen his land confiscated, and the woman he’s loved since he’s been young lost to him, came on the day he and Oria were to wed. He and Arran had been forced to serve a mercenary group until recently when he was released and his clan and land returned to him. But why now? And what price was the cost of his freedom?
Oria is shocked to see the man she loves from as long as she can remember standing in front of her. She had hoped and prayed for this day and it was finally here. But many things had happened in Royden’s absence, things he needed to know and things she couldn’t share with him, since honor bound her to promises she’d made.
Unfortunately, time and events change people, sometimes for the better, sometimes not so much. Royden and Oria aren’t who they once were. Will their love transcend all else and survive? And will the evil that once torn them apart threaten them once again?
Author note… there is a Prequel, Highland Oath, to this book. It introduces all the characters, and details what led to the Clan MacKinnon being separated. You don’t have to read it to read this one, but you might find it interesting.
Talon is King of the Picts, forefathers of the Highlanders, a fierce warrior, and he needs to find a queen. He need not care for this woman and it would be preferable if he didn’t. She need only bear him an heir thereby securing his reign. With his enemies mounting, war looming, and unrest among his people, he needs no distractions.
Hemera does not mean to vex King Talon at every turn or to test his temper and patience. She is grateful that he took her and her sister in when they escaped the Northmen. She does her best not to annoy the King, a difficult, if not impossible task. Then he kisses her and changes everything.
With enemies at the stronghold gates, traitors within, and secrets yet to be revealed, King Talon and Hemera face insurmountable obstacles that only true love can conquer.
Slain MacKewan needs the red-headed beauty who steals his heart as soon as he lays eyes on her. However, he doesn’t have time for love. She is a means to an end and will settle a debt to his advantage. He wants nothing more than to seek revenge against his bitter enemy, the man who robbed him of everything.
Slain and Hannah fight against all odds to conquer evil, face the darkest of secrets, and discover a love that knows neither time nor bounds.
Escape to the Highlands, late 1400s, in this historical romance of love, betrayal, secrets, and redemption, book two in the Highland Warrior Trilogy.
Readers have fallen in love with Cree, the mighty Highland warrior, and Dawn, the courageous woman born without a voice. Their story started in Highlander Unchained and continued in Forbidden Highlander. This story centers on Cree’s sister Wintra. Much like her brother, she is strong-minded and willful and intends to do as she pleases until...
Torr is a mighty Highland warrior on a mission. He must find the powerful warrior Cree’s sister and return her home, but it isn’t as easy as he thought it would be. As much as he is determined to complete his task, she is even more determined that he doesn’t, until...
Wintra is in no need of help from the brute warrior that her brother Cree has sent to bring her home. She has plans of her own and they include marrying the man she has fallen in love with, whether her brother likes it or not. But stuck in the woods in a snowstorm completely naked with the mighty warrior, thanks to her own foolishness, has her more persistent than ever to find her way back to the man she loves, until...
They fall in love and nothing is the same after that, especially when Torr returns Wintra home to Cree. The truth comes to light about many things, especially one long held secret that changes everything for Wintra.
Wrath is the leader of the King’s personal guard, honor-bound to protect the King before all else. He is a man not known for his kindness or patience, so when Wrath is made responsible for a woman he discovers in a snowdrift, he does not know what to do with her.
Verity wakes besides the mighty Wrath shocked to see him. Though she knows him, she has never met him. How to explain that to him is the problem as are the secrets she must keep, for now.
With secrets swirling as heavily as the snow, it takes a perilous journey in search of Verity’s sister for the unlikely couple to reveal truths and discover that their hearts were lost to each other long before they met.
When Reena's village falls into the hands of a brutal landlord, she seeks the help of a warrior known only as The Legend. She should have been afraid after all the stories she's heard at her father's knees, but from the moment she meets him, it is not fear she feels but fierce passion. Magnus has never known a lass brave enough to look him in the eye, let alone one who would plead for his help. Yet here was a sweet–spirited woman who inspires a deep yearning within him. He is willing to save her people, for a price. But once Reena uncovers his secrets, will she regret making a bargain with the devil, or find a sinful passion in his arms .?
Colin of Shanekill can charm any woman into his bed and conquer any warrior in battle. But true love has eluded him, or has he eluded love? While on a mission for the Irish Devil to find Lady Hope a spoiled aristocrat who ran away from responsibility, he comes across a young lad, Harold, in dire need of help. He takes charge of him, seeing to his care and teaches him what it takes to become a man and what it takes to charm a woman.
Once identities are discovered can the charmer tempt the impetuous Lady Hope or will she teach him to finally love?
Royden MacKinnon oldest of the three MacKinnon siblings has loved Oria, the daughter of a neighboring chieftain as long as he can remember. He wants no other woman, needs no other woman, has been with no other woman. Both will be virgins when they wed and he looks forward to them discovering all the loving things marriage can bring.
Arran is the middle child gifted with a charmed tongue and fine features that steal many a woman’s heart. He’s not ready for a wife or family, no need for him to be since it is Royden who will one day rule the clan. He entertains himself with willing women and defends any woman when need be… even Purity of the Clan Macara, a little mouse of a thing who can’t stand up for herself. But then her brother Bayne is a man most men won’t challenge.
Raven is the youngest of the three MacKinnon siblings, raised by all men—her mother dying in childbirth—and is accustomed to doing as she pleases and speaking as she pleases. Traits her father realizes will be difficult when the time comes to find her a husband.
Life is good at the Clan MacKinnon, food plentiful, clan members faithful, the future bright until… the attack. They had heard rumors, thought to be prepared, but it came without warning. In the end Royden and Arran are taken away to serve the King, Parlan, their da, is believed dead, and Raven… no one knows what’s happened to her.
It isn’t until five years later that Royden and Arran return home far different men than they once were. Both intend to find their sister and find the person responsible for what happened to their family… and take their revenge.
The King’s executioner is feared by all, and rightfully so. He has the power to bring great suffering and with one swing of his double-sided axe a swift death. He is sent to collect the future Queen and deliver her to the King, but from the moment he meets Anin he knows that will prove more difficult than he thought in more ways than one, for someone wants her dead.
Anin has no choice but to go with the executioner and wed the High King, though she would prefer not to, especially after meeting Paine. He brings things alive in her that she has been forced to keep hidden and as her secrets begin to surface so do her feelings for the executioner.
The couple fights not only to survive insurmountable challenges, but also the attraction and the love that grows between them on their journey to Pictland. Their biggest challenge comes when they finally stand before the infamous King Talon.
"No! Absolutely not! Never! He dictates and drinks until drunk. I’d kill him before our wedding day has ended."
Sorrell let’s her step-brother know that she wants no part of the marriage he arranged for her. Unfortunately, the Clan Macardle is in dire straits and this marriage would prove beneficial. Besides, it’s not like there’s a line of suitors vying for her. She’s a spitfire, though you would never know it with her petite size. Unafraid and strongminded, Sorrell lets nothing stand in her way. Not even the giant of a man who arrives at Macardle keep looking for shelter and food for a couple of days.
John is surprised by the wee woman’s fearlessness, by her foolishness, and by her beauty. She gets herself into more difficult situations than he thought possible. But it is none of his concern. He is there only for a few days, then he’ll be gone. His life has been a hellish nightmare for the past two years. He is looking for a place where he can be alone to think and decide what to do next. He needs to find out who is responsible for all the lies and deceit that has torn his life apart.
John finds himself protecting Sorrell, more like saving her time and again, and Sorrel finds herself relying on him, something she rarely, if ever, does with anyone. Chaos breaks loose when the pair find themselves in a compromising position. But the chaos is nothing to what Sorrell finds out about John’s true identity.
Sorrel must face leaving her sisters, settling in a castle with a husband she’s not sure she knows, with a father-in-law who put a price on his son’s head, all while trying to figure out who wants her dead. Could things get any more complicated? Enter the horde of barbarians. Nothing is as it seems, but Sorrell is fearless… until she faces true fear.