Highland Romance

  • Outlaw Highlander Home by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

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    Reardon MacLaurin has searched his entire life for a place to call home. But now that he’s found it with Anice, will it come crashing down? Returning home after more than two years in the employ of the king, all Reardon wants is to find peace in his life with Anice by his side. After he helps Clan Grant eliminate the threat of a local band of highwaymen and oust a traitor to the king, he believes that peace can be found. And with Anice as his bride, he truly feels as if he has achieved it. Now they can focus on building a life with each other.

    However, the threat of the traitorous Undersheriff, a criminal cloaked in the clothes of the law, still looms. When Reardon finds him before the Grant Highlanders do, in the worst possible way, that threat becomes more real. The Undersheriff’s vengeance knows no bounds, and Reardon’s life is at stake.

    Yet he is willing to sacrifice himself for his clan, for his friend Josiah, and most of all, for Anice. And the Undersheriff will ensure that Reardon does not return home.

    Begin this short novella series today – where the passion burns hot and fast like a fever! Outlaw Highlander Home is the final book in the Outlaw Trilogy in the Historical Fevered series.

  • The Warrior of the Glen by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

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    ♥She has been hiding her true identity for years . . . will this Highland warrior uncover her disguise, and her heart? ♥

    After the death of her mother and brother at the hands of the MacKays, Brenna has hidden her identity, pretending to be a lad named Bren. She is comfortable with this guise until she meets a warrior trekking across the Highlands to join the Bruce.

    That man happens to be Rafael MacKay, a devilishly handsome Highlander who is also in hiding. He’s taken on the name of Rafe MacLeod, as his MacKay kin are despised by many. And when he meets a strange lad named Bren, he has no compunctions of keeping that lie going.

    Until Rafe learns that Bren is really Brenna, and he understands why he had such an odd reaction to her. But she knows him as Rafe MacLeod. Her hiding is a result of a tragic history, and the last thing he wants to do is complicate matters by admitting who he truly is.

    Unfortunately, as his love for Brenna deepens, he learns more of her history and realizes if she ever discovers who he is, she would hate him forever. But he doesn’t expect her to fall for him as well, and they have to keep their love hidden from the distrustful eyes of her clan.

    When the moment comes that Rafe’s true identity is discovered and he realizes he could lose everything, Rafe is most distraught that Brenna might turn from him, that his MacKay ties will be stronger than his passionate ties to Brenna.

    And at that final hour, Brenna must make a choice – a choice that will mean life or death for Rafe.

  • The Glen Highland Romance box set by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

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    When everything you love is threatened, any risk is worth taking. Love conquers all these steamy Highland romances! Three amazing Scottish Historical Romances in one complete set! Discover this award-winning series today!

    The Courtship of the Glen: The Prequel novella to the series. Caitir is a mysterious wood nymph, and Colin MacLeod is captivated. Who is this woman who defies and entrances him so? One day, Colin will be Laird of Clan MacLeod. But today, he is a hot-headed young man trying to prove himself to his father. When they meet, sparks fly.

    And when he learns she can temper his brash behavior, and help him become the man, the Laird, he wants to be, Colin will do anything to have her.

    To Dance in the Glen: Vengeance. Betrayal. Redemption. Passion. In 1306, Ewan is a darkly handsome man used to defying expectations. A renowned Scottish highland rake, he enjoys life as the oldest son of the Laird, until he meets a fair young woman in a secluded glen, where her safety is in question.

    Meg is a clever and spritely woman who is certain of her place in life until the day the Laird’s son helps rescue her from some rogue Englishmen. She finds herself under Ewan’s protection and they begin a passionate love affair. Along the way Meg is accused of witchcraft and Ewan’s past entanglements come back to haunt him.

    Once they learn of a traitor in their midst, the security of the clan, their families, and their love, is at risk. When English attacks increase in clan MacLeod, no one is safe. Then Meg goes missing. Can Ewan protect Meg and keep his clan safe as well?

    The Lady of the Glen: Elayne MacNally knows one thing for certain: Her reputation as the willful Harpy of the Highlands was well earned. As the spoiled daughter of the successful Laird MacNally, silver-eyed Elayne gets whatever she wants, until the man she thought she would wed rejects her. Her father comes up with an opportunity that could change the course of her life and perhaps her reputation as well.

    Declan MacCollough also knows one thing for certain: He does not want to follow in his father’s footsteps as Laird of the reputed “Beast Clan.” After his father’s death, Declan has a lot of work ahead of him to reclaim any sense of respect for his people and establish himself as chieftain. Learning of Elayne and her willful reputation, Declan offers to wed the lass – an arranged marriage of sorts.

    With no other choices open to her, Elayne decides that the Laird of the Beast Clan is her best, if only, option.

  • The Touch of Her Hand by Rebecca Ruger

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    For more than a decade, while the First War of Scottish Independence rages, fierce warrior Conall MacGregor has dreamed of the revenge he will have against the man who robbed him of his family and home. To this end, he abducts the daughter of his enemy, hoping to force a marriage and reclaim what is rightfully his. He has no idea that the stubborn lass will turn his world upside-down, and that he will be the one held captive.

    Half-English Tess Munro has no plans to shame her father and people by wedding MacGregor the Murderer. Despite her tremendous fear and a regrettable liking of his kisses, she staunchly refuses to wed him. She tries often to escape, both Conall and the hateful people of Inesfree, who leave no question about their absolute distrust and dislike of the Munro prisoner.

    Soon, Conall’s reasons for stealing Tess grow more distant, and Tess’s desire to flee begins to fade, but a threat greater than their own pride will challenge the very fragile existence of their growing desire for each other.

  • Beneath a Highland Moon by Gwyn Brodie

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    After her clan’s castle falls under siege, the fair-haired Lady Jillian MacRae finds a way to escape with her four-year-old brother, seeking help from the handsome Kade MacLachlan, laird and master of Ravenskull Castle. Four years past their love had been strong—until her father betrothed her to another man who was later killed. Now, it is Kade she turns to for help in regaining control of her own castle from the wicked man who has taken over and intends to marry her. Once she is again face-to-face with Kade, she realizes the love she thought she’d put aside is alive and thriving.

    Kade is speechless when the beautiful Jillian offers herself to him in exchange for protecting her young brother and banishing the intruders from her castle—an offer he is more than willing to accept. He has no intention of allowing her to slip through his fingers again. And when her life hangs in the balance, he will not let anything—or anyone—stop him from saving her, even as his own life dangles by a thread.

  • The Chieftain Needs an Heir – a Highland ménage novella by Jonnet Carmichael

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    Clan MacKrannan is rumoured to have many strange and secret traditions from centuries past. The chieftain Niall and his wife Sorcha discover just how peculiar they are when the Heir’s Cradle is still empty after many moons. A special fertility ritual is called for – the ‘REMEDIE FOR WYFES TOO TALLE’. Niall knows his heart belongs to Sorcha, despite his absences to go wenching. He must accept the hard life lesson that believing is never quite as beneficial as seeing. Sorcha knows that all the clan’s enacted Traditions are witnessed. What she must accept is that witnesses sometimes join in…