Angus MacReith is ailing and he
needs an heir to take over as laird of Glascreag when he dies.
Angus asks Sir Artan Murray to bring back his niece Cecily. Angus
thinks Artan should marry Cecily and become laird one day. Artan is
very skeptical about Angus’ plans. Although the thought of being
laird of the land he loves is more than tempting, Artan wants a
marriage of love and passion, and Cecily is stranger to him.
Cecily Donaldson is about to marry
Sir Fergus Ogilvey. Cecily loathes Fergus but her aunt Anabel and
Uncle Edmund demand she marry him.
When Artan sees Cecily he is
pleased by her looks and angered by the way she is treated. He also
senses that her family and Fergus are up to no good. When Artan
decides to take matters into his own hands, Cecily has to choose
between the family who has raised her, and the man she is growing to
is a romantic and exciting story
with fiendish villains and courageous heroes. Artan
is brave, strong and handsome and Cecily is delightful; she's strong
and yet vulnerable too. They are very well suited. Hannah Howell
uses the Scots charming accents and the romantic setting of the
highlands, along with a thrilling storyline and wonderful characters
to create a lovely historical romance with Highland