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“Deeply romantic, scintillating, and absolutely delicious.”—SYLVIA DAY, New York Times bestselling author for Highland Hellcat
Illegitimate daughter of an English earl
Abducted to Scotland at age 14
No family, no reputation...
Heir to an honorable Highland laird
Can't believe how well tomboy Kate can fight
About to learn how much of a woman she really is
Scotland is seething with plots, the vengeful Gordons are spoiling for a fight, and the neighboring clans are at each other's throats. All it takes is a passionate hellion with a penchant for reckless adventure to ignite the Highlands once more.
Highland Spitfire (Book 1)
Highland Vixen (Book 2)
Highland Hellion (Book 3)
Highland Flame (Book 4)
Praise for Mary Wine:
"A quick pace, exciting escapades, lively dialogue, and simmering sensuality combine with the aura of the era to sweep readers away into a tale they can relish." —RT Book Reviews for Highland Hellion
"Grand storytelling. Wine always gets the heart of the Highlands." —RT Book Reviews for Highland Spitfire
"One to read again and again… Breathtaking." —Long and Short Reviews for Highland Heat
Wine's third Highland historical romance (after Highland Vixen) takes readers back to 16th-century Scotland and another strong-minded heroine. Katherine Carew, abandoned illegitimate daughter of an English lord, is a marked woman. The despotic Earl of Morton orchestrates her forced marriage to war chief Marcus McPherson; when the plot fails, she's unable to return to her former life, and she causes considerable unease among the Scots because of her English blood. In addition, Katherine flouts social mores by covertly training as a warrior and learning how to ride a horse. Disguised as a young man, she embarks on a late-night gallop and is briefly captured by Rolfe McTavish, who discerns her true gender and finds her very attractive. Later, the hated Gordon clan abducts Katherine and Rolfe vows to save her. When the escape leads to Katherine again becoming Morton's political pawn, Rolfe tells her that marrying him is her only route to safety. But even as their passion builds, Katherine wrestles over whether the hasty union should last. Wine's skillful pacing and thoughtful characterizations shine, and her proto-feminist heroine is a delight.