The Beauty of the MisteBook - 2011
"CRUEL BETROTHALMaria had been forced to marry at seventeen, then was left widowed shortly thereafter. Now, five years later, her brother had chosen another husband for her, sight unseen-the boy king of Scotland. Maria, who had never known passion or love, refused to submit, vowing to flee to freedom. But the ship she chose went down in the gathering fog, leaving the dark-haired beauty at the mercy of wind and tide, and headed for a shattering destiny...STOLEN LOVEFor it was none other than Highland clan chief John Macpherson, journeying to bring home his young king's intended bride, who rescued the beautiful Maria adrift at sea. Almost from the moment they met, an attraction ignited between them-a spark that grew to flaming desire and then to all-consuming, yet forbidden passion. Maria savored these few stolen days, aware their love could never last once her proud Highlander discovered her true identity. Maria knew that while following her heart might free her, it would take her beloved's life..."Richly romantic." -Nora Roberts"Enchanting." -The Philadelphia Inquirer"Excellent." -Heather Graham Complete Book List as of 2013 Writing as May McGoldrick:THANKSGIVING IN CONNECTICUTGHOST OF THE THAMESMADE IN HEAVENDREAMS OF DESTINYCAPTURED DREAMSBORROWED DREAMSTHE REBELTESS AND THE HIGHLANDERTHE PROMISETHE FIREBRANDTHE ENCHANTRESSTHE DREAMERFLAMETHE INTENDEDBEAUTY OF THE MISTHEART OF GOLDANGEL OF SKYETHISTLE AND THE ROSEWriting as Nicole Cody & May McGoldrickLOVE AND MAYHEM (Arsenic and Old Armor)Writing as Jan Coffey:ROAD KILLMERCYTHE BLIND EYETHE PUPPET MASTERTHE DEADLIEST STRAINCROSS WIREDSILENT WATERSFIVE IN A ROWTROPICAL KISSFOURTH VICTIMTRIPLE THREATTWICE BURNEDTRUST ME ONCENonfiction: By Nikoo & Jim McGoldrickMARRIAGE OF MINDS: Collaborative Fiction WritingSTEP WRITE UP: 21st Century Creativity Skills."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : May McGoldrick, 2011.
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