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Scotland, 1819. Brandt Montgomery Pierce is a bastard - and proud of it. Raised by the Duke of Bradburne, Brandt enjoys an uncommon life of privilege. Despite the mystery surrounding his birth, he has wealth and opportunity, and wants nothing more. Especially not a wife. 

Lady Sorcha Maclaren, the fiery and scarred daughter of Laird Maclaren, the Duke of Dunrannoch, is desperate to avoid marriage to a loathsome marquess at any cost...even if it means risking a kiss with a handsome stranger at a Scottish border festival. 

But after an innocent kiss turns into a scandalously public embrace, Sorcha and Brandt get more than they bargained for - a swift trip to the altar. When danger chases them into the Highlands, and deceit threatens to tear them apart, their only hope will be to surrender...to each other. 

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Amalie Howard and Angie Frazier (P)2021 Tantor

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  • 08-20-21

Engaging

Thoroughly enjoyed the story especially the sense of humour woven into the dialogue. The narrator was good but please tell him that the heroine’s name Sorcha is pronounced Saw-sha. The mispronunciation was like fingernails down a chalkboard. It’s a beautiful Irish name that deserves to be pronounced correctly. Knowing that there are other books in this series, I will look forward to reading all of them.

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