Colleen Faulkner's sumptuous tale captures all the wild passion of the Scottish Highlands. Tor Henneson comes to Scotland as an angry young man searching for the father he's never known. When he finds him, he is shocked to find himself becoming part of a family. He is even more surprised to find himself falling in love with his father's ward Anne. But Anne is the illegitimate daughter of King Robert the Bruce, and her hand is destined for a political alliance not a love match.
Since the age of 12, McKenzie Arnold has spent every summer at Albany Beach, Delaware, with her best friends, Aurora, Janine, and Lilly. The seaside house teems with 30 years of memories - some wonderful, others painful - and secrets never divulged beyond its walls. This summer may be the last they spend together, as Janine contemplates selling her family cottage.
In Highland Lady, Elen Burnard makes a deathbed promise to her father to protect the estate and reclaim valuable lands that were stolen from the family centuries before. Determined to keep her word, Elen rules the land with an iron fist, until the day her sister is kidnapped by the Forrest family. To ensure her sister's safe return, Elen kidnaps Lord Munro Forrest, and while she awaits the exchange of his life for her sister's, more than her promise is in jeopardy.
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