Lachlan Maclean will do whatever it takes to protect his clan–even if it means abducting the most willful woman in the Highlands with the secret intention of wooing her for marriage. A born searing sensual leader possessing brute strength, and an imposing command, Lachlan is unprepared for the... read more
Lachland MacLean is desperate he's responsible for the incarceration of his brother who is being held by the king, this set up by Hector MacLeod his sworn enemy and brother of good friend Rory MacLeod, and soon to be captive Flora MacLeod, he went to their cousin Argyll to get help and... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Lachland MacLean is desperate he's responsible for the incarceration of his brother who is being held by the king, this set up by Hector MacLeod his sworn enemy and brother of good friend Rory MacLeod, and soon to be captive Flora MacLeod, he went to their cousin Argyll to get help and virtually got duped into this as an answer to their problem with Flora's willfullness that was ingrained by her emotionally and physically abused mother, a mother who loved her but tried to warn her against men and highland men especially and infuses anger and hatred that Flora must overcome to get through this perilous time. Is this highland chief like all the others that her mother has encountered?
As she realizes that trust can be easily misplaced by nievety but not before its too late and finds herself in the middle of a scene thats right out of a legend passed down for generations instilling even more superstition into the already superstitious people of the land.
Love must overcome not just for legends sake but for Lachlands people.
“"I dreamt of my lady, I dreamt of her grief, I dreamt that her lord was a barbarious chief:On a rock of the ocean fair Ellen did seem;Glenara! Glenara! now read me my dream!"-From "Glenara," by Thomas Campbell, 1777-1844”the beginning of the prolog of this book
He was everything she’d ever dreamed of and nothing he was supposed to be.Highlighted by 9 Kindle customers
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