Book 4, Highland Weddings
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NEWLY MINTED LAIRD SEEKS WIFE, PREFERABLY RICH
Laird Diocail Gordon has just inherited his uncle’s run down castle and rag-tag clan. He knows the sorry sight of the castle would send any woman running, but is determined to find a wife to help return his home to its former glory.
Widowed lady Jane Stanley is determined to return to England, even if she has to tromp through the Scottish Highlands on foot to get there. Her travels lead her straight into the midst of a troop of dangerous Highland warriors. The mysterious, brawny laird forbids his men to harm her, and the spark between them is immediate. The only way Diocail can keep her safe is to take her home with him, but will the miserable state of his clan douse her newly ignited Highland flame?
Highland Weddings Series:
Highland Spitfire (Book 1)
Highland Vixen (Book 2)
Highland Hellion (Book 3)
Highland Flame (Book 4)
Praise for Highland Spitfire:
“The Highlands come alive… An extremely realistic historical that will keep you glued to each page.”—Night Owl Reviews Top Pick, 5 stars
“Wine delights readers with… the heart of the history, atmosphere and traditions of the Highlands.”—RT Book Reviews, 4 stars
Diocail Gordon new laird has a mess on his hands. The clan is a wreck. The castle is falling apart, literally. There is little food severed the tables and the men fight for what they are served. The old laird was a miser and lead with a iron fist and lorded his power over the clan. Diocail's closest retainers have decided he should marry to bring the clan together and take the household in hand.
Jane Stafford now a widow and left to be excepted to pay off her husbands debts with her body. The innkeeper has kicked her out in only her smock and nothing else but she will not let that detour her. She will make it back to her fathers house in England even if she dies trying!
Diocail and Jane meet when he saves her from a fate worse then death, their attraction is instant. Diocail takes Jane for her own safety but she will escape when she can she will not be anyone's property again. The more time they spend together the more they respect each other.
Once back at the castle there is much to do and all,is not as it seems. Danger lurks in every corner and feelings grow stronger but trust is hard to gain. Misunderstandings and lack of trust may be the end their relationship before it even starts.