A bold, seductive laird meets his passionate match in a scintillating Highland romance from New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands.
Sword fighting, swearing, and riding astride come naturally to Saidh Buchanan. Simpering and holding her tongue-definitely not. Raised alongside seven boisterous brothers, Saidh has little interest in saddling herself with a husband…until she glimpses the new Laird MacDonnell bathing naked in the loch. Though she’s far from a proper lady, the brawny Highlander makes Saidh feel every inch a woman.
She has an angel’s looks, a warrior’s temper, and seeks out his kisses with wanton eagerness. Little wonder that Greer is intrigued by his comely guest. When reckless desire overtakes them, he’s more than willing to make an honest woman of her. But Saidh is the target of a hidden enemy, and Greer faces the battle of his life…to safeguard the woman he wants above all others.
About The Author
LYNSAY SANDS is the nationally bestselling author of the Argeneau/Rogue Hunter vampire series, as well as numerous historicals and anthologies. She’s been writing stories since grade school and considers herself incredibly lucky to be able to make a career out of it. Her hope is that readers can get away from their everyday stress through her stories, and if there’s occasional uncontrollable fits of laughter, that’s just a big bonus. Please visit her on the web at www.lynsaysands.net.
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Laird MacDonnell. Saidh recognized him at once now that his face was no longer cloaked in wet hair. She eyed him as he continued forward, the water dropping inch by delicious inch to reveal more of his chest, then his stomach and then—
“Are ye just going to sit there gawking at me?”
Saidh blinked at that question, and forced her eyes back up to his face. The man had stopped walking and now eyed her with amusement, his hands disappearing into the water to prop on his hips below the surface. Shifting a bit in the saddle, she gave what she hoped was an indifferent shrug. “I’ve seven brothers. It’s nothing I ha’e no’ seen before.”
Which was true, she assured herself. Although, truth be told, she’d never been as interested in seeing what lay beneath the water when it had come to her brothers. And she’d never found herself as breathless as one of those simpering ladies she detested just at the sight of one of their chests.
“I’m no’ yer brother,” the MacDonnell said dryly. “And a lady would turn her back.”
“I’m no’ a lady,” Saidh responded without thinking, and then clucked under her tongue as she heard her own words and quickly dismounted and turned her back to the lake.