Scottish and Irish Romances
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A Gentle Feuding
by Johanna Lindsey
Duty demands that Sheena, the beautiful jewel of the Fergusson clan, wed to end the violent feud that has devastated her family. But never could she give herself completely to the handsome and dangerous laird Jamie MacKinnion, the most feared man in the Scottish highlands. The captive prize of Jamie's sword, Sheena struggles in vain to escape the desire awakened by his touch. And though pride insists she hate her dashing enemy, Sheena's heart begs her to yield...and to surrender to Jamie's passionate love.
Kiss of the Highlander
by Karen Marie Moning
Enchanted by a powerful spell, Highland laird Drustan MacKeltar slumbered for nearly five centuries hidden deep in a cave, until an unlikely savior awakened him. Bound to Drustan by a passion stronger than time, Gwen is swept back to 16th-century Scotland, where a treacherous enemy plots against them...and where a warrior with the power to change history will defy time itself for the woman he loves.
by Diana Gabaldon
Hurtled back through time more than two hundred years to 1743 Scotland, Claire Randall finds herself caught in the midst of an unfamiliar world torn apart by violence, pestilence, and revolution. She also finds herself haunted by her growing feelings for a young soldier, James Fraser.
by Julie Garwood
Although Gabrielle, the last of her royal line, has been promised in marriage to a stranger by King John, she is in love with Colm McHugh, a fearsome warrior. Gabrielle is the keeper of a powerful secret that could plunge the highland kingdom into chaos. Even so, their love is so powerful that Gabrielle and Colm risk their lives to stay together, even as hidden enemies and mounting danger come ever closer.
Taming a Wild Scot
by Rowan Keats
Wrongfully accused of murder and left to die in a hellish Highland dungeon, Ana Bisset has lost all hope of freedom. But the beautiful healer's luck takes an unexpected turn when a hooded stranger appears as her rescuer. After a harrowing escape, Ana settles alone in a quiet village where no one knows of her past or her reputation. The last thing she ever expects is to meet her mysterious savior again...
The Devil Wears Kilts
by Suzanne Enoch
Ranulf MacLawry, Marquis of Glengask, travels to London to retrieve his sister Rowena, who has fled from their Highland home to have a season in London like a proper lady. Ranulf is unprepared for the admonitions of Rowena's friend Lady Charlotte Hanover, who scolds him for bullying his sister and convinces him to let Rowena stay for two weeks. Ranulf reluctantly begins to admire Charlotte's forthright behavior; the English kitten is the only woman who has ever truly stood up to the great Scottish bear.