The Enchantress

The Enchantress

eBook - 2011
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"Three sisters each hold a key to their family's treasure-and to the hearts of three highland warriors...Beginning with The Dreamer, May McGoldrick's Highland Treasure trilogy captures the lives and loves of three Scottish sisters. Now, meet Laura...The Enchantress...Fleeing persecution from the English king, the three Percy sisters scattered to different corners of Scotland. But when the level-headed Laura found herself abducted by the fearsome Laird of Blackfearn, all her well-made plans were torn asunder. His reckless and wild ways left Laura burning in his wake-and awakened in her a passion as untamed as his own...."May McGoldrick brings history alive." -Patricia Gaffney"No one captures the romance of the British Isles like May McGoldrick."-Miranda Jarret"Richly romantic."-Nora Roberts"Wonderful."-Jill Marie Landis"Splendid."-Arnette Lamb* Book Two of the Highland Treasure Trilogy Publishers Weekly The second installment in McGoldrick's Highland Treasure trilogy begins with 16th-century high-action drama. Laura Percy has been in secret residence in various remote corners of the Scottish Highlands ever since her father was killed for defying the king of England. William Ross of Blackfearn, the reckless brother of a church provost, is sent to find the refugee and deliver her into their clan's protection. But just as William arrives to snatch the unsuspecting Laura, so have a sinister crew who are after a treasure to which Laura is connected. William finally snatches the heroine and brings her to Blackfearn Castle, where she finds work making lace. Though William resists the attraction he feels for Laura, he eventually succumbs to his desires. Through Laura, he begins to accept his responsibilities to his family and people. The romance is tender, and the narrative is enhanced by strong secondary characters, but the book's intrigue plot stalls in order to be resolved in the trilogy's final book. (Aug.) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : May McGoldrick, 2011.
ISBN: 9781458184658
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file
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