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To escape the ghosts of his past, warrior Lachann MacMillan will forge his place in the world through battle and cunning. What he doesn't count on is the passion of a lifetime . . .
For Lachann, safeguarding his clan comes before life, limb, and especially love. A political marriage in Kilgorra will ensure that MacMillan lands are protected; so much the better that his bride doesn't stir his blood. But what of the intriguing woman who arouses so much more . . . and lives in the very castle where Lachann is to wed?
A nna MacIver is content to serve in her stepfather's household despite the cruelty of her stepsister, Catriona. She has a sanctuary to which she can escape and no romantic notions to impede good sense . . . until Catriona's intended bridegroom arrives in Kilgorra and shows Anna the meaning of desire. Now, with a clan's future hanging in the balance, Anna and Lachann must decide if love is a risk worth taking . . .
From talented author Margo Maguire comes the first in a wildly passionate Scottish-set series about siblings who survived a brutal past and who will stop at nothing to claim their birthright-even as they each find breathtaking passion along the way.
Lady Christina Fairhaven is devoted to her adoptive family -- and most protective of her wayward brother.
So when battle-scarred and world-weary Captain Gavin Briggs arrives at her cottage bearing shocking news -- that she is the granddaughter of an aged, bad-tempered duke -- Christina is stunned. . . temporarily.
She will not meet the duke who abandoned her when she was a child; Gavin will not receive his significant -- and much needed -- reward. However, should the good Captain agree to help her locate and rescue her endangered sibling, then perhaps. . .
But with a fortune at stake, the road to London is paved with peril. Treachery awaits them. . . not to mention attraction, temptation, and a most unanticipated passion.
To regain his soul, to protect his lady, Gavin must be more than brave. To win his love, Christina must be positively. . . brazen.
From talented author Margo Maguire comes the first in a lush, new "Regency series" about the lost heiresses of a powerful duke, as they find breathtaking passion, love, and fortune.
A proper governess should never...
Assist a handsome stranger, along on an unfamiliar road...unless the rake happens to be her new employer.
Take a position in a crumbling manor...especially if the household staff has been replaced by unruly former soldiers.
Allow her young charge entree to her heart...for once done, it will be impossible to maintain proper distance.
Permit her charge's uncle a breathtaking kiss under a star-lit sky...henceforth she will most certainly lose composure whenever he is near.
And above all, she should never, ever fall completely, irreversibly in love with her employer...for nothing good can possibly come of it.
A lifetime ago, Thomas Thorne was convicted and sent away for a crime he didn't commit. With a change in fortune, Tom re-emerges in London society, disguised as the wealthy Prince of the Isle of Sabedoria and intent on revenge.
A bride on the run . . .
A young lady escapes to Scotland in the dead of night, desperate to avoid the horrid marriage her guardian had arranged. Traveling alone, fearing for her safety, Brianna Munro finds shelter at the imposing Castle Glenloch. She intends to stay for just one night . . . but then Brianna encounters Hugh Christie, Laird Glenloch, and all her best-laid plans vanish into the Highland air.
The stubborn chit says she's a lady's maid, running from a vengeful employer on the way to Dundee. But Hugh can see that the bold beauty is hiding something, just as plainly as he can see that he won't be able to resist her. Brianna's tempting body was made for pleasure, and Hugh has never been one to deny himself the delight of sin. He'll have to convince Brianna that he's not like the other men she's known—and that being taken by a laird one stormy night is just the beginning of a lifetime of ecstasy.
In 1829, a young man - lost in Africa on safari twenty-two years before - is discovered in unexplored lands and returned to his grandmother's estate. He is Anthony Maddox, Earl of Sutton, and he has no interest in staying in England. He doesn’t care about the title he inherited from his father, or the wealth he will have if the House of Lords recognizes him as the true heir. He is acclimated to the Congo. His valley is as close to perfect as any place on earth can be, and he wants to return to his life there. Besides, being abandoned by his father in Africa was enough to make him wary of English society. He cannot trust that he won’t be abandoned and betrayed again by those who claim to care about him.
Grace Hawthorne is the proper young woman who is companion to the dowager countess of Sutton, Anthony’s grandmother. Grace is straight-laced and rigid, and cool propriety has gotten her through some very tough times in her life. As Grace is being courted by a wealthy and proper landowner nearby, Lady Sutton shakes her world by giving her the task of tutoring her grandson. Grace’s assignment is to make him ready to appear before the House of Lords in order to claim his title - a title he doesn’t really want. He is a huge challenge to Grace and everything she believes in, refusing to allow her to let fear rule her life. And if Grace can overcome her own fears, she might also be able to teach Anthony how to trust again.
High Chieftain of the Druzai people, Merrick MacLachlainn has come away from his magical world, Coruain, to find a powerful and miraculous stone that can be used as a weapon against his people's mortal enemy. He arrives in 19th Century England and gets caught up in the defense of a lone woman on a solitary road. He is shot and injured, and when he awakens, he finds himself in a gypsy caravan with a woman who claims to be his wife. And she might very well be right, for he has no memory of who he is or what he's about.