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In the final volume of Amanda Scott’s engrossing Highland series, a Scottish heiress falls in love with a man who seems to have been plucked from her dreams.

Penelope MacCrichton watches the tall, broad-shouldered figure walk toward her across the mist-shrouded loch. Is he a phantom, a restless, sensual spirit fated to live only in her secret fantasies? Or is he the seductive, brooding stranger she meets later in London…who may not be a stranger at all?

Michael Mingary, Earl of Kintyre, is enchanted by the reserved Highland heiress, even as he’s haunted by unsettling dreams of a ghostly Scottish castle. Desperate to save his family legacy, he strikes a bargain with the Campbells—a clan with whom he has an old score to settle. But when Penelope makes a bold counter-proposal, he’s tempted beyond all measure. Surrendering to passion, Michael and Penelope gamble on a love that holds the promise of the future—a love that could be the fulfillment of all their dreams.

©1999 Amanda Scott (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Best yet

Best story,plot and writing. Narration is terrific. I thoroughly enjoyed this book it brings the time and Scotland to life

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It lacked adventure

This book was no where near as good as books 2 & 3. There was no adventure or excitement until the end. I had to back up a lot to see who was talking, mostly because the narrator had no voice pitch differences between the male and female characters and when they switched from one to another I couldn't tell at first. I will say The ending was great, it almost made up for the rest. ALMOST BUT NOT QUITE.

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