Taming Lily (MacLeods of Skye Book 4)

Taming Lily (MacLeods of Skye Book 4)

Lady Lily MacLeod has had enough of her oldest brother's meddling. While in London, Rory MacLeod, duke of Skye has promised his sister to an earl who is twice her age in hopes of taming his unruly sister. It's an arranged marriage where her husband-to-be views her as simply a broodmare in hopes of producing an heir. To Lily, that's a fate worse than death, and in a desperate attempt to avoid her fate, she flees and finds herself hiding on a train bound for Edinburgh.

Tobias Campbell, duke of Aberdeen is unsure what to make of the filthy stowaway found hiding on his rail car. Part of the well crafted tale she tells rings true, but Tobias is quite certain the chit has secrets--secrets he intends to uncover.

Somehow, despite being betrothed to another, the usually meticulous duke finds himself extending Lily his personal protection, and his home. But the last thing he expects to do is to fall madly in love with his beautiful houseguest.

Now, desperate times call for desperate measures and Lily and Tobias aren't the only ones caught up in this battle of strong wills and love.

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JR Salisbury

Amazon bestselling author J R Salisbury divides her time between the U.S. and U.K. with her aging Yorkie, Rocco.
When in the U.K. she finds herself shrouded in history, making an author's imagination come alive.
She began writing stories the moment she could hold a pen. A creative writing teacher in high school encouraged her to pursue her dream.
J R writes Victorian era and Scottish historical romance with perfectly imperfect heroes and strong, sassy heroines.

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