Peril and passion on enemy seas...Lottie Livingstone bears the weight of an island on her shoulders. Under threat of losing their home, she and her clan take to the seas to sell a shipload of illegal whiskey. When an attack leaves them vulnerable, she transforms from a maiden daughter to a clever warrior. For survival, she orchestrates the siege of a rival's ship and now holds the devilish Scottish captain Aulay Mackenzie under her command. Tied, captive and forced to watch a stunning siren commandeer the Mackenzie ship, Aulay burns with the desire to seize control--of the ship and Lottie. He has resigned himself to a life of solitude on the open seas, but her beauty tantalizes him like nothing has before. As authorities and enemies close in, he is torn between surrendering her to justice and defending her from assailants. He'll lose her forever, unless he's willing to sacrifice the unimaginable...
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- ISBN-13: 9781335629401
- ISBN-10: 1335629408
- Publisher: Hqn
- Publish Date: February 2018
- Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.3 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
- Page Count: 384
Romance: Stolen hearts
Julia London sets a delicious Highland romance on the high seas in Devil in Tartan. With her clan in dire financial straits, a desperate Lottie Livingstone embarks on a daring plan—she and her kinsmen will steal a ship and transport casks of whiskey to Denmark. To her surprise, she succeeds and finds herself in control of Captain Aulay Mackenzie, his vessel and his crew. Aulay can’t believe he was foolish enough to be tricked by a woman’s beauty. His voyage was intended to prove that sea trade could be profitable for his clan, and now he’s lost some of his goods and a lot of his self-respect. As he journeys on as Lottie’s captive, however, he finds it hard not to admire her tenacity. She admires Aulay in return, and their close proximity—as well as brushes with danger—leads to an undeniable passion. But when their shared adventure ends, can Aulay forgive Lottie for all she’s taken from him? London’s latest is an action-packed ride.
THE PRINCESS BRIDE
An orphan finds a new life in A Princess in Theory, first in a new series by Alyssa Cole. Orphaned at a young age, hardworking grad student Naledi Smith has always felt alone. But she’s too busy to dwell on that, or to do more than delete the strange emails telling her she’s the long-lost betrothed of Prince Thabiso of Thesolo. Because Naledi refuses to answer any of the emails, Thabiso, who was promised to Naledi when they were small children, poses as her new neighbor. Naledi can’t get her new acquaintance out of her mind, but soon the truth is out, and Thabiso earns her ire for his deception. However, she also learns she has living grandparents in Thesolo who are dangerously ill. In order to visit them and sort out her past, Naledi travels to the African country, where she begins to unravel mysteries and figure out what to do about Thabiso. This is a fun, fanciful romance perfect for readers dreaming of royal weddings.
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Kleypas’ elegant, assured prose and attentive characterization adorn every page of Hello Stranger. This is a fabulous love story with a perfectly matched pair at its heart.
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