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Lady Blythe Dunbar knows the type of man she’s expected to marry. After her oldest sister marries a Scottish man raised by the English King Edward I, and her middle sister unexpectedly marries a widower, Blythe knows her parents expect her to settle down with a more staid husband. But that’s the problem: Blythe doesn’t want to settle. Not when she can’t forget the devilish man who appears at court just often enough to break her heart.More info →
An unloved English heiress...
When shy Maryssa Wylder refuses an arranged marriage, her father exiles her to his isolated holdings in Ireland, a hell he claims is populated by savages eager to slit English throats. On her journey, she is robbed by the Black Falcon, an Irish highwayman who curses all with the Wylder name. A brigand he may be, yet she can’t forget the way he looks at her—his dangerous passion piercing her lonely heart.
A dispossessed Irish prince...
Tade Kilcannon has every right to hate the Wylders. Though his ancestors were Irish kings, the English have stolen his birthright, giving it to Bainbridge Wylder, a ruthless English overlord who drives the Irish crofters from their homes. Though the people of the glen think Tade Kilcannon is a rakehell, in truth, he is the Black Falcon, a masked patriot who bedevils the English. But this rogue’s heart is untouched until Maryssa Wylder saves his family from marauding soldiers.
A love worth defying two worlds...
Maryssa blossoms because of Tade’s tenderness, but he knows that to love the English daughter of his family’s great enemy is impossible. Then disaster strikes the glen, throwing Tade’s fate and the future of those he protects into Maryssa’s hands. Maryssa faces a heart-wrenching choice, one which may cost her the very life of the man she loves.
At last Lessy and Vass are officially engaged. So why does it feel like maybe something is missing? Can a handsome rounder on the haying crew and a very indiscreet little song make of muddle of her upcoming marriage? This novella is as warm and welcoming as a haystack.More info →