There’s a madman traveling about Scotland murdering young women of high status. Who will be his next victim?
Drostan Mackintosh, the heir apparent to Willowbrae Castle and the next Mackintosh chief, rescues Lady Isobel Fraser from highwaymen bent on stealing her mare. Once he learns she’s female and not a lad as she portrayed herself to be, he gives her a good scolding for going out riding alone.
Isobel is quite taken with the handsome Highlander, and when their paths cross a second time, she realizes he’s the only man she would ever wed. But just how does one go about catching a husband?
Even though Drostan is not looking to wed anytime soon, he finds himself attracted to the lovely Lady Isobel, but she is unconventional, independent, and as wild as a wee wildcat. And Drostan pities the poor fool who tries to tame her. Then why can’t he get her off his mind?
By the time Drostan realizes Isobel’s father is about to betroth her to Marcus Anderson, the next Earl of Kinkirk, and a man Drostan despises, he has fallen hard for the dark-haired lass and vows to stop the betrothal. And when he learns there’s a killer beneath Willowbrae’s very roof, he places his own life in peril to protect that of Isobel’s.
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My ancestors came to the U. S. from Scotland. I love everything about the country and travel there whenever I can. I use what I see, taste, smell, hear, etc. on my trips in my books.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I choose strong women as my heroines because that's what I aspire to be, and I choose men who are handsome, caring, gentle, and loyal. And one who would protect those he loves with his own life if need be.
He growled and shook his head. "Nay, but I'll help you out." He rushed over to the waterfall, stepped onto the stone ledge, and held his hand out to her—then his foot slipped. He hit the water hard, causing an enormous splash.
Isobel doubled over with laughter, as he floundered on his back in the icy water. At the very least, it might cool the smoldering desire that had gripped him since Isobel had walked into the great hall.
"Impertinent lass," he growled, grabbing her arm and yanking her down.
She squealed as she landed on top of him.
Keenly aware of every place her body touched his, Drostan inhaled sharply as a wave of need struck him like a stone.
Isobel's brown eyes widened as she splayed her hands against his chest and pushed herself up. She stilled as their gazes locked. Her dark curls had loosened from their combs, and water streamed down her face. Droplets clung to her dark lashes and full mouth. She was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen. He reached for her.
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