Reviews - Historical

Irish beauty Kathleen McGillpatrick is born after her Catholic family loses Kilmore, the land they once ruled over.  She finds herself in the middle of an insurrection headed by her family as they try to reclaim Kilmore from Earl Isaac Turner, the nobleman given their holdings by the Anglicans.

Enya Ross, the adventuress daughter of a lowlander noble, hates the restraints placed upon her by her birth. When her father hosts a tournament for lowlanders and highlanders, Bran MacLeod, henchman for Laird Callum MacLeod, catches her eye and her heart.

In 1377 Scotland, Laird Macrory of Scaurness Castle is in such poor health that he writes to the King for help in defending his castle until such a time as his son and heir returns from fighting the French. Despite everything, his daughter Lady Caitriona knows about running her clan.

Lady Alyse de Courcy has what she always dreamt of – a handsome fiancée whom she loves and who loves her back.  But fate is a tricky mistress, because her beloved, Sir Geoffrey Longford, is forced to marry another woman. Alone, heartbroken and possibly pregnant with her lover’s child, all she wants to be is left to mourn.

Anton and Lenora have created a haven in their little rose-covered cottage by the sea, basking in the glow of their profound love. Adding to their joy is the news that a tiny bundle will soon be joining their family.

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