Scottish Romance Novels
There's something very romantic about Scotland and the Scottish Highlands, which is why they show up in romance novels again and again.
Whether it's historic romance or contemporary, Scottish romance novels have a lot to offer readers: action, adventure, intrigue, and warring clans. Not to mention all the romance between two sexy Scots.
His Convenient Highland Wedding by Janice Preston
Book 1 in the new Lochmore Legacy is the tale of Flora McCrieff, daughter of the earl. She once shamed her family and is now forced to marry the rich but lowborn Lachlan McNeill. She finds Lachlan to be a handsome but quiet man and is drawn to him right away. Will Flora be enough to draw the real Lachlan out?
His Convenient Bride will be released March 19, 2019.
In Bed with a Highlander by Maya Banks
The eldest McCabe brother, Ewan is a warrior with only thoughts of vanquishing his enemy. Ewan and his men are poised to take back what rightfully belongs to the McCabes, only to have a strange, gorgeous woman thrown to him, the salvation of his clan. Mairin is the king's illegitimate daughter and turned into a pawn of war, forced into a marriage. But Ewan's gentleness surprises her, along with the feelings Mairin quickly develops for him.
A Devil in Scotland by Suzanne Enoch
Callum only discovered he wished to give up his playboy ways when his brother announces his engagement to Rebecca, their childhood friend. It dawned on Callum then that he wanted Becca for himself. Ian ends up banishing Callum from Scotland. Ten years later, Becca is a widow missing her dead husband's brother ever since he left for America. She can't help but wonder if Callum will blame her for Ian's death and if he'll remember the connection they used to have.
Scottish Fling by Anna Larner
Just before leaving for a holiday to the Scottish Highlands, Eve Eddison describes her ideal woman to her best friend as they drink pints in a pub. Once she arrives in the Highlands, she meets Moira Burns, an enigmatic local and forestry officer. Eve is instantly head-over-heels, while Moira has trouble letting go of the past. Even if it means letting happiness pass her by. Will Moira learn to let go before Eve must return home?
Kidnapped by a Rogue by Margaret Mallory
Lady Margaret and her sisters are used to being used by their family, pawns in their attempt to control the Scottish crown. Lady's Margaret brother fell from power and was banished for treason, leading her husband to cast her aside to save himself. Now her brother is back and ready to use his sister as an alliance yet again. With no plans to marry again, Margaret will do anything to escape. Finn Sinclair Gordon is tasked with taking Lady Margaret hostage to prove his loyalty and finds her oddly compliant. They're both blindsided by the feelings that develop between them, but will it be enough in the face of a clan war?
The Highlander Takes a Bride by Lynsay Sands
Saidh Buchanan finds swearing, horseback riding, and sword fighting much more natural than being docile and holding her tongue. She was raised alongside her seven brothers and never had an interest in having a husband until she sees Laird MacDonnell bathing naked in a lock. Saidh has never been a proper lady by any means, but Greer's kisses make her feel like a woman. Greer is so intrigued by this woman who looks like an angel yet has a warrior's temple. He wants to make an honest woman out of her, but must protect her first.
The Scotsman Who Swept Me Away by Hannah Howell
Mehitabel Ampleford protects her coastal home with a rifle from the band of brutish men who want her land. They won't intimidate her, but they're attacks are getting worse and more violent. Out of no where, a stranger appears and sets the raiders running. Geordie MacEnroy has seen what war can do, how it has injured his brother. Now he seeks solace from the sea, and finds home when he meets Mehitabel.
The Scotsman Who Swept Me Away will be released on August 27, 2019.
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