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In the Highlands of Scotland, love and passion rage as fiercely as the storms that sweep the land—and nothing comes between a clan and its laird, a lass and her kin, or man and his chosen woman...
Shunned by her village, weaver Morag Cameron lives a solitary existence in the woods—until the night she finds a sorely wounded Highlander by the loch. Under her care, the handsome warrior slowly recovers his strength, but his memories have disappeared. Morag is torn. For if she helps him regain his past, she may sacrifice a life with the man she has come to love...
Wulf MacCurran wants nothing more than to claim Morag as his own, but his past holds too many dangerous secrets—secrets that put them both in mortal danger. He must discover who attacked him and left him for dead. Traveling to Edinburgh, Wulf and Morag find themselves swept into a mystery with the power to determine the fate of their passions—and change Scotland forever...
About the Author
Rowan Keats 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.
Praise for When a Laird Takes a Lady
“The magnetic attraction between Aiden and Isabail is intense and sensual, culminating in sizzling love scenes. Keats’s ability to recreate medieval Scotland adds authenticity to this novel, which is rich with multi-dimensional characters and an engaging story.”—Publishers Weekly
“Keats serves up a powerful story, proving that she is a master storyteller and a force in Scottish romance…a wonderful, passionate romance.”—RT Book Reviews
Praise for Taming a Wild Scot
“A rich, exciting new voice in Scottish historical romance...A wonderful tale of passion, intrigue, and love.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Monica McCarty
“Lyrical writing…and a strong cast of characters.”—Publishers Weekly