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Gravely injured during the massacre at Berwick on Tweed and with no memory of his past, Brother Lazarus was raised by monks until called upon by the Catholic Church to take up arms and protect pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land. As a member of the ill-fated Knights Templar, he is haunted by the horror of battle and the atrocities he witnessed at the hands of the French King, Philip the Fair, in his attempt to destroy the once-sacred order. Aided by a disgruntled French guard, he escaped on the night before his execution and flees to Scotland, but remains a fugitive. King Philip is convinced he also absconded with religious artifacts and a valuable treasure.
Despite his attempt to remain sequestered with the monks who raised him, Lazarus visits Berwick, convinced it holds the key to his identity and past. While there, he prevents a lass from being raped—a Good Samaritan act that has him questioning his vows of celibacy and puts him and anyone around him in danger.
Sheena MacClaran, wrongly accused of being a whore, harbors secrets of her own, but finds herself drawn to the mysterious monk who tends to her injuries and befriends her wee brother. Has she finally found a man she can trust and love, or will demons from his past and a king’s wrath catch up with them and tear them apart forever?
Brianne Dunbar survived the massacre that claimed the life of her husband and son and vows to seek revenge when she learns the king has ordered her to marry the lecherous son of the laird she believes is responsible for the attack. Can she follow through with her plan, or will the secrets she carries change her destiny?
Despite every effort to resist temptation, Gavin MacClurry finds himself captivated by his brother’s betrothed and must find a way to stop the wedding, prove his clan’s innocence, and win Brianne’s heart.
Her Highlander's Promise is a Medieval romance with just enough sexual content to keep it from being sweet, yet is a book that almost anyone can read, regardless of your preferred heat level.
About to turn eighteen, and in accordance with her father's deathbed decree, Laurel MacClay prepares to take her place as lairdess of her beloved Highland clan, but her guardians--her father's cousin and his vindictive, power-hungry wife-- have other plans, ones that include a betrothal to their son and a devious plot that puts Laurel's life in jeopardy..
Refusing to accept that fate has condemned her to a life of misery, Laurel finds new hope when she reunites with Blair Cameron, a handsome young Highlander who when they were children promised to marry her when they came of age. Can Blair help Laurel unravel a mystery from the past, secrets that could stop the wedding, or will she find herself wed to her arrogant, weak-willed cousin, a spineless man who refuses to defy his mother?
The last thing Alasdair Fraser expects to find on an isolated beach in Northern Scotland is a beautiful, unconscious lass. Unable to turn his back on someone in need, he delays his journey and tends to her injuries-an act that has him questioning his destiny and his plans to rejoin the fight for Scotland's independence.
Will he drop the shield that guards his heart or will the secrets she fails to reveal, and his own stubbornness keep them apart forever?
PART 3 OF THE FRASER BROTHER TRILOGY, BUT AS WITH THE FIRST TWO BOOKS IN THE SERIES, HIGHLAND HOMECOMING HAS ALSO BEEN WRITTEN AS A STAND ALONE TITLE. IF YOU ENJOYED THIS BOOK, CHECK OUT BOOK 1, HIGHLAND LEGACY AND BOOK 2 HIGHLAND QUEST.
No longer content in the shadows of his older brothers, and on a quest to find his destiny, Bryce Fraser's chosen path is fraught with danger, passion, and decisions. Can his unspoken love for spirited, beguiling Fallon be triumphant in a time of war and uncertainty, or will they both fall prey to the devious plans of a traitorous laird from a rival clan?
Faced with an abhorrent betrothal, Cailin Macmillan flees her father’s castle and quickly learns that a woman traveling alone in Medieval Scotland is an easy target for ruthless English soldiers. When Highland patriot Connor Fraser comes to her aid, his steadfast dedication to king and country is challenged by his overwhelming desire to protect Cailin—even if he must marry her to do so.
Accused of murdering one of her attackers and determined to rely on her own resourcefulness, Cailin dresses as a lad, intent on seeking refuge at the camp of Robert the Bruce. Can she elude an enemy from her past—a vindictive English lord bent on her utter demise—or will she fall prey to his carnal intent and be executed for a crime she did not commit?