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  • Highland Belle by Patricia Grasso

    Highland Belle

    Patricia Grasso

    A tempestuous beauty flees the rapacious charms of her highborn Scottish lover in this scorching story from the award-winning author of To Tempt an Angel.

    Wed through an arranged marriage to a tyrannical Scot, Brigette Devereux picked up her pride and left. Her hair was red as a fox, her skin smooth as silk. Her pure complexion belied her fiery heart and her turbulent past. Her quest for freedom flung her straight into the embrace of Lord Iain MacArthur. She was rebellious; he was consuming. He was treacherous and she was no stranger to treachery. She was fair and he was darkness. Together they would set ablaze the time they had between them. Tossed from one tyrant to another, Brigette could not deny his evil ways nor could she deny her passion for him. His sweet-talking lips won her over and he brought his new bride to Dunridge Castle. But was this really a castle or would it be a prison? Before Brigette was willing to find out she fled again. From Scottish countryside, through highlands, across lakes and down-country through England to the shadowy streets of London, Lord Iain MacArthur would chase his prize and Brigette would flee the man who loved her. She was a free spirit and he was driven to capture her heart!

  • Highland Fling by Amanda Scott

    Highland Fling

    Amanda Scott

    Forbidden passion has never been more dangerous—or more irresistible—in the first novel of bestselling author Amanda Scott’s spellbinding Highland series
    Scotland, 1750. In the aftermath of the Jacobite rebellion, Maggie MacDrumin vows to keep fighting to liberate her people. But the intrepid Scotswoman is risking her life for a dangerous cause. When her latest mission lands her in a London courtroom on a trumped-up larceny charge, she has only one hope of survival. Enlisting the aid of Edward Carsley, the powerful fourth Earl of Rothwell, is a two-edged sword. The seductive aristocrat who awakens treacherous desire is her clan’s mortal enemy—a man she can never trust. Edward will do whatever it takes to quell another bloody uprising. But how can he fight his passion for the rebellious Highland beauty in his safekeeping? As their lives come under siege, Maggie lays claim to the one thing Edward vowed never to surrender: his heart.

    Highland Fling is the 1st book in the Highland Series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
  • Conquer the Night by Heather Graham

    Conquer the Night

    Heather Graham

    Revenge turns into unbridled passion when a Scottish nobleman steals his enemy’s intended bride

    With hatred in his heart, Sir Arryn Graham rides out to Seacairn Castle to avenge the murder of his wife and unborn child. But first, he will claim the woman betrothed to Lord Kinsey Darrow for himself. Then he’ll ruin her. And he won’t rest until everything and everyone that belongs to the English nobleman is destroyed.

    But Lady Kyra of Seacairn is not what he expects. The beautiful, strong-willed daughter of a Scotswoman, Kyra is now an English subject, promised in marriage by the ruthlessly plundering King Edward. She will not be a pawn—not Darrow’s and not this vengeful Scottish knight’s. But when a carefully orchestrated seduction ignites irresistible passion, Kyra is swept into the heat of battle, risking the gallows for a breathtaking love.

    Conquer the Night is the second novel in Heather Graham’s medieval Scottish series that features the Graham clan, Gaelic-speaking Lowlanders who fight with their Highland brethren for the country they love.

    This ebook features an illustrated biography of Heather Graham, including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.

    Conquer the Night is the 2nd book in the Graham Clan series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
  • An Encounter with Venus by Elizabeth Mansfield

    An Encounter with Venus

    Elizabeth Mansfield

    As perfect as a marble statue, George Frobisher, the future Earl of Chadleigh, was thunderstruck when, at the age of seventeen, he accidentally glimpsed Miss Olivia Henshaw emerging naked from her bath the day of his sister’s wedding. That vision of a Venus, his Venus, would fuel his fantasies for years to come.

    Ten years after the wedding, Olivia Henshaw has resigned herself to spinsterhood caring for her ailing uncle in a cold and dark castle in the Scottish Highlands. She has no expectation of anything but a cozy visit with her best friend, Felicia Leyton, when she accepts her invitation to an intimate house party in the countryside. No one at the Leytons’ Yorkshire abbey can guess what will transpire when fantasy finally meets reality.
  • Gracelin O'Malley by Ann Moore

    Gracelin O'Malley

    Ann Moore

    Set during Ireland’s devastating potato famine, a spellbinding novel of a young woman torn between love for her family and duty to her English husband.

    Patrick O’Malley names his newborn daughter Gracelin for the light of the sea that shines in her eyes. But when young Gracelin is only six years old, her mother’s untimely death drains joy and laughter from the O’Malley clan.

    At fifteen, Gracelin saves her family from financial ruin by marrying Bram Donnelly, the son of a wealthy English landowner. But, even though Gracelin is Protestant, she is snubbed by English high society for marrying above her station. To temporarily appease her husband’s cruel nature, she intends to provide him with an heir—but that, too, will end in sorrow.

    As famine sweeps Ireland, Gracelin openly defies her husband by feeding the desperate souls who come to their door. In secret, she also sides with the rebels who call themselves the Young Irelanders. Led by Morgan McDonagh and joined by Gracelin’s beloved brother, Sean, the Irelanders are determined to fight and free their homeland from the yoke of English rule.

    A vivid chronicle of nineteenth-century Ireland, the first volume of Ann Moore’s popular trilogy introduces a courageous young heroine and movingly portrays an indomitable people as they struggle to survive the infamous famine and the brutal civil war that arrived in its wake. Fans of gripping historical fiction will love this “epic saga that sweeps you into the life of a remarkable woman” (Romantic Times).
  • Highland Destiny by Hannah Howell

    Highland Destiny

    Hannah Howell

    A thrilling romance of fifteenth-century Scotland by a New York Times–bestselling author!

    Bestselling Author Hannah Howell returns to the splendor of medieval Scotland in this first novel of her new trilogy—a saga of clan warfare, divided loyalties, and forbidden love. Here, in the Scottish highlands of the fifteenth century, a powerful knight meets his match in a mysterious beauty bent on revenge.

    When destiny brought Sir Balfour Murray and his wounded brother down the same road as Maldie Kirkaldy, she offered her services as a nurse even as she tried to deny the desire this dark-eyed knight had ignited at first sight. Soon they discover that they both share a mission of vengeance, but Maldie cannot tell him her true identity--to do so would brand her a spy. Sworn to avenge his family as chief of the Doncoill Clan, Balfour vows to destroy his greatest foe, with Maldie at his side. Yet Balfour knows that he can no more afford to trust her than he can ignore his lust for this sultry beauty. Now, he is not only determined to unearth her deepest secrets, but also to pursue his passion for her. And nothing will stand in his way.
  • To Tame a Duke by Patricia Grasso

    To Tame a Duke

    Patricia Grasso

    Set against the turbulent historical background of the War of 1812, this star-crossed romance pits a grieving English nobleman, James Armstrong, the fourteenth duke of Kinross, who has come to America bent on avenging the death of his elder brother, the thirteenth duke, who was betrayed to American troops and executed. He is in pursuit of the Gilded Lily, a spy-catcher of formidable reputation and great skill. When he finds his prey, he is dismayed to discover that the Lily is no common soldier; “she” is eighteen-year-old Lily Hawthorn, the beautiful raven-haired daughter of a tavern owner with sapphire eyes and a daring spirit.

    James kidnaps Lily and her eight-year-old brother and returns with them to England, intending to keep them prisoner until the end of the war. He decides to make her fall in love with him—and then break her heart but all romantic hell breaks out when he himself falls in love.
  • Never Call It Loving by Dorothy Eden

    Never Call It Loving

    Dorothy Eden

    Based on a true story: A novel of an illicit love affair in nineteeth-century Ireland by the New York Times–bestselling author of The American Heiress.
    Katharine O’Shea is an unhappily married young mother of three when she meets Charles Stewart Parnell, “the uncrowned king of Ireland.” They couldn’t be more different. Kitty is from an aristocratic English family. Born in County Wicklow to Protestant gentry, Parnell is a passionate crusader for Ireland’s oppressed poor. But their first encounter leaves them both with the certainty that something momentous has occurred.

    Before long, they’re engaged in a forbidden liaison—one that will have profound ramifications for Kitty’s personal life and Charles’s brilliant political career. As their love affair plays out on the world stage, scandal and a scorned husband’s revenge conspire to destroy everything Charles has worked to achieve for the Irish.

    Set against the tumultuous backdrop of late-nineteenth-century England and Ireland, Dorothy Eden’s most ambitious novel weaves a passionate, heartbreaking story of a larger-than-life man and woman whose only crime is falling in love.
  • Wedding Bell Blues by Heather Graham

    Wedding Bell Blues

    Heather Graham

    Girl meets bad boy—again—in this sexy love story about weddings and second chances

    Once, Brendan O’Herlihy was Kaitlin’s whole world. At fifteen, she fell hard for the green-eyed Irish bad boy and fantasized about a big wedding with all the trimmings. But a terrible accident turned those dreams to ashes, and Kaitlin and Brendan went their separate ways. Now the lover she hasn’t seen in eight years is back in her life with a vengeance as best man at not one but two family weddings! With her sexy ex once again filling her head with impossible dreams, Kaitlin tries to ignore the yearnings of her traitorous heart.

    Brendan knows what he wants—Kaitlin. Naturally, there are obstacles, including some very dangerous men. But then there’s Kaitlin herself. That’s where the seduction part comes in. Brendan’s ready to take that walk down the aisle again. And this time they’re going to get it right. Because after all these years, he’s still the best—the only—man for her.

    This ebook features an illustrated biography of Heather Graham, including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
  • Dream Song by Linda Ladd

    Dream Song

    Linda Ladd

    Despite ill fortune and betrayal, Michael McKevett vows to continue carving carousels, a craft that brings joy and peace to his Irish soul. This art symbolizes everything good that vanished from Michael’s life when his greatest passion, Caitlin O’Leary, betrayed him for his enemy Mason Armfield. Michael’s determination to realize great dreams and ambitions brings him to a crossroad where he must decide if Ireland is his future or if the great land of America will bring peace back to his life and help him locate what he values most.

  • Lions and Lace by Meagan McKinney

    Lions and Lace

    Meagan McKinney

    From the glittering mansions of the Astors and the Vanderbilts to the gas-lit streets of New York, this passionate novel by award-winning author Meagan McKinney brings together a desperate woman and a handsome stranger who could expose her scandalous secret

    New York heiress Alana Van Alen has everything—beauty, wealth, and status. But she is living a lie. To protect her sister, she plays society’s game and attends dazzling balls and soirees—until a cunningly orchestrated act of revenge leaves her penniless and at the mercy of one of the city’s most notorious gentlemen.

    Dubbed the Predator of Wall Street, Trevor Sheridan rose from abject poverty in Ireland to the pinnacle of power in Manhattan. Yet he’s still shunned by the city’s elite Four Hundred. Now he has parlayed his hunger for revenge into a scheme to destroy the rich and powerful. In the final phase of his plan, he will marry the pedigreed Alana Van Alen to gain the acceptance that has been denied to him for so long. But along the way, he makes a fatal misstep: He falls in love with her.

    The romantic saga of the Van Alen sisters continues with Christal Van Alen’s story in Fair Is the Rose.

  • Highland Groom by Hannah Howell

    Highland Groom

    Hannah Howell

    A bold woman sets out to reclaim the laird she loves in this novel of fifteenth-century Scotland from a New YorkTimes–bestselling author.

    Sir Diarmot MacEnroy, deciding his illegitimate children need a mother and his keep needs a proper lady, now stands before the altar with a gentle bride he hopes is too shy to disrupt his life or break his heart. The nuptials, however, are interrupted by the appearance of a flame-haired beauty carrying two babies, boldly claiming that she is his wife and mother of his twin infant sons. Armed with her seven large brothers, she has come to demand her dues. Having waited one year for the return of the handsome laird who wed her, bedded her, then disappeared, Ilsa Campbell MacEnroy takes matters into her own hands and sets out to reclaim the man she briefly and passionately loved. Stunned by his denial, her heart softens when she learns of the injury that has ravaged his memory. Now she faces the nearly impossible task of conquering his past—and his fierce reluctance to share his heart. Though desire flares hot and wild between them, it will take more to win his trust. It will take the magic touch of a woman in love.
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