It’s up to Dr. Mark Thorburn, disguised as a footman, to capture her heart and make her whole again. Fans of Mary Balogh won’t be able to resist this tale from Karen Ranney, the Queen of the Scottish historical romance.
Author: Karen Ranney
Publisher: Harper Collins
In The Lass Wore Black, New York Times bestselling author Karen Ranney offers up a new tale of desire and romance in the Scottish Highlands. After a near-death experience at the hands of her lover in London, a physically and emotionally damaged Catriona Cameron flees to Edinburgh to heal. It’s up to Dr. Mark Thorburn, disguised as a footman, to capture her heart and make her whole again. Fans of Mary Balogh won’t be able to resist this tale from Karen Ranney, the Queen of the Scottish historical romance. Deeply emotional and satisfying, The Lass Wore Black is a suspenseful tale mixed with adventure, passion, and compelling characters you will fall in love with
“No need to do so if they wore black gowns. If no men come to me from the abbey
on Wednesday, I'll take it that the fellows wore black. Send word only if they wore
layman's garb. And, if the lass can remember, ask the colors of their ...
Author: Mel Starr
Publisher: Lion Fiction
When Bampton's coroner, Hubert Shillside, does not return from a trip to Oxford, Master Hugh de Singleton is called. Concerned for his old friend, Hugh takes to the road to investigate. Travel is safer than in times hence but, out of sight of prying eyes, it is still unwise to travel alone... Hugh finds a body, stabbed and left to rot, but it is not the body he was expecting to find. Indeed, reports of pillage, attacks, and chaos on the roads out of Oxford suddenly seem rampant. Hugh must ascertain whether the incidents are random, or whether something darker is afoot. The guilty cannot afford to be caught, but what lengths will they go to to cover their tracks, and will Hugh escape unscathed?
“I can't I'm so scared” I said to this lass she had long straight black hair, blue eyes,
tall, slim, she wore long black skirt, white blouse, wore black boots. “Bethany they
will protect you, you'll go to a place where it's safe” this lass told me. “I'll think ...
Author: Bethany Ford
I hope to help people who went through what I went through and also I’d like to thank those who bought my book and read it. I’m now writing another book in the near future which I hope you will enjoy reading them and learn from my experience, now I’m a stronger person now than I ever was. I came through this a stronger person and I never thought I would which I nearly took my own life but my two sons saved my life, to carry on and I glad I did because if it wasn’t for my children I wouldn’t have lived to write this book. I would like to thank, my son Christopher, Pam Shore, Jon Clarke, for their help. Pam Shore, who did the art work of my book cover so many thanks to her, Jon Clarke who scanned it to go in my book file, many thanks to him, Christopher my son give me support through out the writing of this book. I thank you.
For the last six months he'd seen her wear layer after layer of black—black
trousers, black blouses, blackjackets, black boots, black coat—she'd seemed
bent on covering herself, hiding her skin from any and all gazes. Now she still
wore black, ...
Author: Tess Mallory
“The Queen of Highlander time-travel romance”(Midwest Book Review) brings you the second in her irresistibly sensual Scottish Highlands series... Present day: He's music’s hottest pop idol, a Celtic bad boy whose tradition-drenched rock rules the charts. But Ian MacGregor is truly timeless—he hails from 18th century Scotland. And nothing can make him return to the ruthless father who despised him...except going back in time to save a certain blue-eyed lassie for whom he’d risk everything... 1734: Ellie Graham works as Ian MacGregor’s tour manager just to be near the hunky Scottish rock star, hiding her feelings behind a no-nonsense façade. She refuses to love and lose again. But when a magical carving sweeps her almost 300 years into the past and into the treacherous clutches of the Black Watch, Ellie will have to open her heart to save herself, the future...and one dangerously passionate Highland Rebel.
'Well, done, lass. It was lucky for him you were around.' It was all over in a second
, and as Fabia sank back on her heels into the ankle-deep carpet she was
suddenly aware that her hand was throbbing as though she had thumped a brick
Author: Helen Brooks
Wedding Vows Were Meant to Be Kept! There was an old story about the Cade men: they only love once…but when they do, it's for eternity! But where did that leave an ordinary working girl like Fabia? Alex Cade had made it clear that he needed her solely for business purposes. Yet, somehow, nothing could stop the pangs of jealousy that pierced Fabia's heart whenever glamorous widow Susan latched on to Alex! Fabia was determined not to give in to her feelings. She had made a vow, and it was one she didn't take lightly…that if she was foolish enough to fall in love, then she would wear black on her wedding day!
'Remember, my lass, pride comes before a fall. You'll be ... Any road,this coat's
trimmed withblack astrakhan andI'm still wearing a black hat. Isn't that ... I went
into blackwhenyourdad died and I'll wear black till the dayIdie out of respect for
Author: Elizabeth Jeffrey
Publisher: Hachette UK
When Hannah Fox's younger brother Sam is ridden down in the street by Thomas Truswell, the spoilt son of the most powerful industrialists in Sheffield, she sets off to the Truswell's estate to complain. Lady Truswell is taken with the hot-tempered young girl who has come to demand an apology of her son. Promising to deal with Thomas, Lady Truswell offers Hannah a position as housemaid on the estate. But Hannah's father forbids her to have anything to do with the Truswells. In his anger he reveals that his grandfather was once in partnership with a Truswell, who stole his silver designs and made a fortune that should have rightly been shared with the Foxes. Dismissing this as history, Hannah resolves to defy her father - only to find that the Truswells' taste for treachery is not all in the past.