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A collection of five, full length, stand-alone, Scottish historical romances by New York Times and Internationally bestselling authors.


The Captive – by Parris Afton Bonds
The mighty Kincairns, once a powerful Highland clan, are now rebels out to destroy the conquering British invaders. Ranald Kincairn, chieftain of the rebels, swears to take his vengeance by stealing his ruthless foe's virgin bride with the intent to destroy her soul. But his captive swears to take her own vengeance by making his own soul her captive.


Highlander's Ransom – by Emma Prince
He was out for revenge.

Laird Robert Sinclair would stop at nothing to exact revenge on Lord Raef Warren, the English scoundrel who had razed his lands and people. Leaving his clan to conduct attacks in the Borderlands, he lives to be a thorn in Warren’s side. When he finds a beautiful English lass on her way to marry Warren, he whisks her away to the Highlands intent on ransoming her to her fiance.

She would not be controlled.

Lady Alwin Hewett had no idea when she left her home to marry a man she'd never met, she would be kidnapped by a vengeful Highlander. But she refuses to be a pawn in any man’s game. When she learns that Robert has had them secretly wed, she will stop at nothing to regain her freedom. But her heart may have other plans…


Too Deep for Tears – by Kathryn Lynn Davis
Late 1800s: Three sisters. Three corners of the British Empire. Three lives intertwined… forever.

As he travels the British Empire, diplomat Charles Kittridge leaves behind three daughters: Ailsa in the Scottish Highlands; Li-an in Peking, China; and Genevra in Delhi, India. Bound by threads they neither see nor understand, the three sisters are haunted by their absent father–each in her own way. Creative and intuitive, often lost and without hope, they come together through their dreams in times of fear and need. No matter the courage and passion, betrayal and loss they experience, their dreams never leave them.

In the end, they believe Charles Kittridge has the power to heal them. But the truth is far more complicated than any of them understand.


To Love a Warrior – by Lily Baldwin
Destinies unfold. Secrets are revealed. The Isle of Mull will be forever changed.

Half Highlander, half Viking, Garik MacKinnon was not born on the Scottish Isle of Mull, but fostered there in his youth. Now, he leaves behind his home, once more bound for Mull. He is ready to answer Robert the Bruce’s call to arms, eager to fight for Scotland’s freedom. He is not prepared for his encounter with Nellore, a shield maiden whose allure defies all reason.

Nellore has the strength and skill of a warrior but the heart of a woman. When the men are called away to war Nellore must aid those left behind to safeguard their village against attacks from the MacLeans. She understands her duty to her clan. She is ready to take up arms against the enemy if need be. She is not ready forthe ache that fills her heart when war pulls Garik from her side.

Desire ignites and battles are waged as both Nellore and Garik learn what it means to love a warrior.


Highland Intrigue – by Ceci Giltenan

Lady Gillian MacLennan's clan needs a leader, but the last person on earth she wants as their laird is Fingal Maclan. She can neither forgive nor forget that his mother killed her father, creating Clan MacLennan’s current desperate circumstances.

King David knows a weak clan, without a laird, can change quickly from a simple annoyance to a dangerous liability. He makes Fingal MacIan laird of clan MacLennan and requires that he marry Lady Gillian.

In spite of the challenge, Fingal is confident he can rebuild her clan, ease her heartache and win her affection. However, just as love awakens, the power struggle takes a deadly turn. Can he protect her from the unknown long enough to uncover the plot against them? Or will all be lost, destroying the happiness