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In 1543 in the Border country between England and Scotland, Harry Wharton meets and falls for Alina Carnaby. Caught up in the middle of a reivers' cattle raid he is left for dead. Alina finds and hides him only to have her father threaten to kill him. He escapes, and Alina can only hope he will return and claim her as his bride before she is forced to marry a neighbour's son. Tensions grow and events force her into a major decision that will change her life.
An exciting historical romance interwoven with exploits of the Border reivers, rustlers, outlaws and gangsters who terrorized the Anglo-Scottish frontier in Tudor days.
A romantic holiday with a man she’d just met was daring enough for Melissa, but she didn’t expect ghostly lovers and a handsome Frenchman, claiming to be her soul mate, as part of the package.
Her growing feelings for Rory Hepburn conflict with the need to keep secrets about her past, and the Frenchman, Christophe, threatens to come between them. The atmosphere of love and longing that pervades the ancient French mill drives her toward the truth.