In this medieval Scottish romance, an English lady’s unhappy betrothal leads to danger, adventure, and passion on the Scottish moors.
Scotland, 1292. Lady Sarra Bellacote would sooner marry a boar than a countryman of the bloodthirsty brutes who killed her parents. Yet despite—or perhaps because of—her valuable holdings, she is being dragged to Scotland to be wed against her will. To complicate the desperate situation, the knight hired to do the dragging is dark, wild, irresistible. And he, too, is intolerably Scottish.
Giric Armstrong, Earl of Terrick, takes no pleasure in escorting a feisty English lass to her betrothed. He simply needs the coin to rebuild his castle. But the job won’t be easy. For Lady Sarra isn’t the only one determined to see her engagement fail. Men with darker motives want to stop the wedding—even if it means killing the bride.
Now, in close quarters with this beautiful English heiress, Terrick must fight his mounting desire, and somehow keep Sarra alive long enough to lose her forever to another man . . .
“Plenty of action . . . loads of treachery. Fans of medieval Scotland will enjoy.” —Library Journal