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The Secret Highlands' Lairds 1. Author: Julie Garwood. Category: Romance , Historical ,. Series: Highlands' Lairds. Judith Hampton was as beautiful as she was proud, as purposeful as she was loyal. The dear Scottish friend of her childhood was about to give birth, and Judith had promised to be at her side. But there was another, private reason for the journey from her bleak English home to the Highlands to meet the father she had never known, the Laird Maclean.
Step into the excitement, drama and romance of days gone by. Historical romance novels are set before the World Wars. Experience the pain and loneliness of a Civil War romance, or the challenges of a young woman in late 19th century society. Historical romance novels can be set in any timeframe in history and in any geography. The characters could be members of a medieval court, an aristocratic family or a gang of misfits. Regardless of when or where the romance is experienced, the hero and heroine still face the same issues of love, loss, regret and renewal.
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But why settle for just one Scotsman when you can have 13? Fraser—and also wishing for a stiff breeze. After all, he may have conquered her town, but will she let him conquer her heart?
But Cullen, the new Larid of Donnachaidh, pays them no heed. He cares only about the survival of his clan, and for that, he needs a wife. He wants someone stout to bear him sons. He wants a pliable woman who wouldn't question his dictates. He wants a passionate woman to warm his bed Evelinde has lived under the cruel thumb of her stepmother for too long. That is the only explanation for her eagerness to wed the "Devil of the Highlands".
What do you get when you take a wicked smolder, a sexy Scottish burr, and an unruly mass of tousled red curls and roll it up in a kilt? This is not a trick question. But even though he may have seduced us all with that muscled chest and the adorable way he says Sassenach , we were all onto the sexy Scot well before Jamie swept us off our feet. By Anna Bradley. Is time-travelling romance your thing? My personal weakness is mad, decadent Scots with dark scandals in their past. But if it takes a real man to pull off a skirt, it also takes a real heroine to pull a skirt off her Scot.
Readers, this is one of my personal favorites. Madeline Gracechurch suffers from social anxiety and decides to avoid her first London season by inventing a fictional sweetheart. She makes him a Scottish soldier, names him Captain MacKenzie, and immediately ships him off to war. Imagine her surprise when a flesh and blood soldier by the name of Captain Logan MacKenzie shows up on her door demanding her hand in marriage. After the death of his wife, all he wants is a peaceful and quiet 20th century life. Enter Madelyn Phillips, an American on vacation who has lost her luggage. Against his better judgement, Patrick offers her his assistance and a friendship albeit one with unspoken attraction begins to form.