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A Dance Through time
Elizabeth Smith, living in New York, was engaged to be married. She was an aspiring romance author with a deep fascination with medieval Scotland. She is having strange dreams of a dark haired Laird, a fierce warrior with deep husky voice. Deciding to do research in the park for her novel she is reading about the MacLeod clan and how the Laird in her dreams fits the description in this book. Setting it aside she lays it down to have a nap, when she wakes...
A Garden in the Rain
Berkley, Sep 2003, 7.99, 432 pp. ISBN: 0425192024 Law partner Bentley Taylor III ended his engagement to attorney Madelyn Phillips in order to marry someone else. He also left her with no job and no place to live. Still, Madelyn always dreamed of leaving the United States to tour the Highlands of Scotland so she goes on her honeymoon sans her husband. Bentley follows her and makes life miserable by using his contacts to cut off her credit an...
Another Chance to Dream
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From This Moment On
Berkley, Oct 2002, 7.99, 432 pp. ISBN: 0425186857 Two years ago warrior Colin of Berkhamshire and Lady Alienore of Solgne were to marry. However, the bride decides not to wed the infamous “Butcher of Berkhamshire" instead fleeing into the night. No one has seen Alienore since she vanished. Except for his father's machinations of finding potential wives for Colin to marry and sire an heir, the Butcher is very happy to remain single. Meanwhile ...

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If I Had You
From childhood, Robin de Piaget has loved Anne of Fenwyck. Feelings of inadequacies on his part, has made Robin become a knight for hire. Five years has passed and now he returns home to a different Anne and to a strange mystery - someone is trying to kill Anne! How Anne and Robin finally end up is a story of engrossing characters, action, mystery and a fitting ending to a wonderful book. Definitely a keeper for me! ...
My Heart Stood Still
Berkley, Oct 2001, 6.99, 448 pp. ISBN: 0425181979 In 1382 on the Border, her half-brother and their father tell her to go with the Englishman because she has been bartered to forge an ally for the clan. They insist he will treat her right, but instead all he wants is the secrets of her father's keep. Since she knows nothing, the Englishman murders Iolanthe MacLeod even as she lies thinking will nobody remember her name. As she dies Iolanth...
Stardust of Yesterday
Genevieve Buchanan restores houses, and loves her job, but has a secret dream: to find her knight and castle. She has dreamed this since she was a small child. Living in the United States, she gets a call from an attorney about an inheritance--a magnifcent castle in England. From there things turn upside down as she finds her knight at last, Kendrick of Artane--though he has been dead six hundred years......
The More I See You
On a trip to an old English castle, young Jessica Blakely travels back to the middle ages where she is grabbed by a rough young man and taken to his castle. As time progresses on, Jessica begins to break away the roughness of the man, as she falls deeply in love with him. At the same time, he is falling in love with her but trying his best not to show it. When the tension get to high, he beds her. She becomes pregnated with his child. The brother of the ...
The Very Thought of You
Alexander Smith had been a corporate raider for 7 years. Then on morning disgusted with his career he retired and went to Scotland to live with his sister and her middle ages husband. After 7 years Alex was wealthy enough he no longer had to work. He knew all about his brother-in-law's keep and the magic forest and fairy rings that surrounded it and had been on a few adventures with him over the years to the past. One day he finds a map with strange mar...
This Is All I Ask
Gillian of Warewick has been horribly physically and mentally abused by her father for years. This torture has caused an overwhelming sense of fear which is not lessened by the fact that she has just been given into the hands of Christopher of Blackmour. Christopher portrays himself as a cold, unyielding man and uses that to cover up the truth: his physical disability. Together they slowly work through their fears and overcome the obstacles that truly...


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