When a Laird Takes a Lady

When a Laird Takes a Lady

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In the Highlands of Scotland, honor and loyalty are worth more than life itself. But when a haunted woman meets a wronged warrior, love will prove more powerful than anything they have ever known. Isabail Grant has had to be strong all her life. Over the years, she has lost everyone close to her, and now she's seeking justice for her brother's murder. But en route to Edinburgh to petition the king, she is kidnapped by a fierce warrior--and is shocked to find herself irresistibly drawn to her captor. Aiden MacCurran is an outlaw. The laird of a small clan, he's been falsely accused of killing the king's courier and stealing the Crown's property--and the key to clearing his name and redeeming his clan lies in Isabail's memories. But Aiden and Isabail must first weather deceit and treachery before they can find the truth and claim the love that's growing between them....show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 332 pages
  • 104.14 x 167.64 x 25.4mm | 158.76g
  • Penguin Putnam Inc
  • Signet
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0451416082
  • 9780451416087
  • 821,487

Review quote

-A rising star of medieval romance...[Keats] seamlessly weaves an unusual romance with the intrigues and power plays associated with the era, greatly enhancing the story's emotional power.---Romantic Times Praise for Taming a Wild Scot -Get ready for a rich, exciting new voice in Scottish historical romance! Rowan Keats captures all the passion and heart of the Highlands as she expertly weaves a wonderful tale of passion, intrigue, and love that you won't want to put down. I'm already looking forward to the next book in what is sure to be a must-read series.---Monica McCarty, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Huntershow more

About Rowan Keats

Rowan Keats, author of Taming a Wild Scot, graduated from the University of Ottawa with an Honours degree in Business. She worked as a banker, stock broker, and marketing director before returning to her true calling: writing. Born to a French-Canadian father and a Scottish-Danish mother, she has centuries of rich history to draw from when penning her romantic tales of days gone by.show more

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168 ratings
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4 39% (65)
3 32% (53)
2 8% (14)
1 3% (5)
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