A Sinner at the Highland Court by Celeste Barclay
A disgraced former lady-in-waiting searching for redemption… Lady Madeline MacLeod left Robert the Bruce’s royal court five years ago because of her vanity and spitefulness. Prepared to take her final vows now, a royal summons to return to the Highland court leads Madeline to a marriage of convenience. Temptation in the form of a handsome Highlander makes Madeline question whether she’ll return to the sinner she was. Will giving into her desires for her husband ruin Madeline’s path to redemption? A warrior in need of a wife to secure his inheritance… Fingal Grant is the heir apparent to Clan Grant and in need of a wife. Not interested in a love match, Fingal searches for a woman who won’t expect him to change his ways. The pious Madeline MacLeod is the perfect bride until Fingal realizes he doesn’t want his wife to ignore him. Can Fingal convince Madeline that desire between a husband and wife isn’t the carnal sin she fears? A marriage of convenience that becomes most inconvenient… Drawn to one another, Madeline and Fingal struggle to overcome their preconceived notions about marriage. Often insensitive and unobservant, Fingal realizes he has much to learn about being a husband. Clinging to the life she thought she would have, Madeline realizes she uses her faith as a shield. When a neighboring clan threatens the newlywedst, can Madeline and Fingal fight their way back to one another before the enemy separates them for good? If you love scorching HOT Highlander romances with suspense, you’ll love this tale of love and redemption in Celeste Barclay’s newest installment to her Highland Ladies series. Pick up your copy today. Welcome to Robert the Bruce’s Highland Court, where the ladies-in-waiting are a mixture of fire and ice. The Highland Ladies, the STEAMY spinoff series from Celeste Barclay’s The Clan Sinclair series, returns to the Medieval royal court for love and intrigue.
Genre: Historical Romance
Book Length: Long Novel - 320-650 Pages
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