Unlawfully charged with a crime and now fighting for the hated British, Iain MacKinnon disobeyed orders and endangered his brothers and his mission to rescue a woman. And though he sensed Annie was hiding something from him, it was too late to hold back his heart...
When he awakens sweet passion in a convent-bred French lass, Morgan MacKinnon finds himself cursing the war that has forced him to choose between upholding his honor and pledging himself to the woman he loves.
Major Connor MacKinnon despises his commander, Lord William Wentworth, beyond all other men. Ordered to rescue Wentworth’s niece, after the Shawnee take her captive, he expects Lady Sarah Woodville to be every bit as contemptible as her uncle. Instead, he finds a brave and beautiful lass in desperate peril. But the only way to free Sarah is for Connor to defeat the warrior who kidnapped her—and claim her himself.
The war between Britain and the French is finally at an end, and the MacKinnons are looking forward to celebrating their first peacetime Christmas in five long years. (A 26,000-word novella)
For five pounds sterling, the injured convict was Cassie’s. But Cole Braden’s wounds healed, and as his muscled chest bronzed from the sun, Cassie realized Cole was far more dangerous than his papers had indicated—for he could steal her breath with a glance, or lay siege to her senses with a touch.
“I expect you to show my friend just how grateful you are. Your willingness is everything.”
With those harsh words, the hated Sassanach earl decided Bríghid's fate: Her body and her virginity were to be offered to a stranger in exchange for her brother’s life. But the handsome man she faced in the darkened bedchamber was not at all the monster she expected.
RIDE THE FIRE
Widowed and alone on the frontier, Elspeth Stewart will do whatever it takes to protect herself and her unborn child from the dangers of the wilderness and of men. So when a stranger wanders onto Bethie’s land, wounded and needing her aid, she takes no risks, tying him to the bed and hiding his weapons before ministering to his injuries.