medieval romance novels

  • 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.