The Lady’s Guide to a Highlander’s Heart
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The Lady’s Guide to a Highlander’s Heart by Emmanuelle de Maupassant


What happens when passion burns as fiercely as her desire for revenge?
Upon the night a knife is plunged into her father's heart, headstrong Flora Dalreagh flees the forbidding warrior to whom she has been hastily wed.

With eyes dark as midnight and a soul carved from savage steel, her fearsome betrothed seems to care nothing for his bride--only for the lands and title their marriage brings.

Years later, swearing revenge, Flora enters his domain in disguise. never expecting passion to burn as fiercely as her hunger for justice. Though she vows to surrender neither her body nor her heart, she is soon enslaved by conflicting desires.

Meanwhile, the castle walls are steeped in treachery, and her brutal warrior hides a dark secret of his own--a secret which threatens not only the fragile love between him and his bride but the very future of the Clan Dalreagh.

Look out for other titles in this series, releasing through 2021
‘The Lady’s Guide to Escaping Cannibals’
‘The Lady’s Guide to Mistletoe and Mayhem’
‘The Lady’s Guide to a Sultan’s Harem’
‘The Lady’s Guide to Scandal’
'The Lady's Guide to Deception and Desire'
'The Lady's Guide to Transylvania'

These may be read in any order, each being a 'stand alone' story.

Heat Level: passionate

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