Song of the Highlands

Song of the Highlands

The Cambels (The Medieval Highlanders)

eBook - 2014
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He captured her innocence with his savage desire, she conquered his heart with her song. . ."Say naught. Else you shall be next."These are the words that leave a six-year-old Highland lass without a voice, and without memory of that terrible day her family's caravan was overtaken and her parents were slain. Now, thirteen years later, fresh from the nunnery where she was taken after the attack, Highland Lady, Morgana Cambel, harbors only one wish: To have one night of ecstasy with the man of her dreams-her worldly, beautiful cousin's sometime lover-Robert Mac Vie. So, when she is offered such a chance-a secret switch-she determines to take it. Highland Laird, Robert Mac Vie, desperately plots to ensnare his heiress lover into marriage in order to gain her dowry and pay his King the debt his late father owed, thus saving his clan from division and ruin. But a last minute switch changes the course of his life-and his heart-forever. When their passionate interlude is discovered by her unctuous, devious uncle, nothing will do but that Robert wed the impoverished Morgana instead. At first, they both resist. He, for the sake of his clan. She, for the sake of her unrequited love. But they quickly discover that resistance is futile. And a boon by the King soon lessens Robert's debt. Now, as their desire for each other grows, as Morgana's voice begins to return only in song, as their hearts bond, a legacy of jealousy and greed entraps Morgana in a furious death plot-and only her warrior-knight husband can save her!.--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, K.E. Saxon,, 2014
ISBN: 9780988180383
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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