He left for six years because he felt he had nothing to offer her. Now that he was laird of his clan, he thought he would go ask for her hand in marriage. There was just one problem. Her brother-in-law arranged a competition to get her married. Ian thought that winning Lynet would be easy. Six years she waited, and now that he came back, he expected her to welcome him with open arms. Could she ever forgive him? Did she really hate him, or did she still love him? They say that the line between love and hate is often blurred.
Ian will have to fight to win Lynet’s hand. Will he succeed? After all, you can’t have a medieval competition for a dowered woman’s hand without treachery and deception. Their path will not be an easy one. If you like medieval romance, you might enjoy this delightful story. I did, and I look forward to reading the next book in this series.