The Scottish Bride

The Scottish Bride

Book - 1996
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She answered the wild call of the Highlands and the traitorous yearnings of her heart . . . . The pawn in a game between greedy men, Lillias McGinnis had been abducted by a rival clan and made the child bride of the chieftain's rebellious son. Finally, after nine years in exile, Iain MacLeod, the Black Beast of Cullayne, had returned to inherit his lands--and claim his bride. Lillias vowed to hate the man for the murderous acts of his people. But MacLeod swore to make her his wife in more than name only. For he saw the desire in her eyes and knew she couldn't fight the longing that burned within her. But the Highlands were a cauldron of intrigue and feuding. As breathlessly as Lillias and Iain's passion blossomed into love, deceit and treachery threatened to destroy it all . . . . "Peggy Hanchar is a genius at portraying life, love and the pursuit of happiness." --Affaire de Coeur
Publisher: New York : Fawcett Gold Medal, c1996.
ISBN: 9780449148662
Characteristics: 346 p. ;,21 cm.


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