He’s the terror of the ton...
The plan is simple:
1. Descend from the Highlands to face the aggravation of a London Season;
2. Foist his wild sister off on some gullible English lord;
3. Retreat before the ladies of the scandalized ton can get any ideas.
Determined to see his hellion of a sister wed, Highlander Alexander Waters is willing to face anything—even the English. He just didn’t expect his own rough manners to cause such a riot…or for a blooming English rose to catch his eye.
Gently bred Catherine Middlebrook must find a respectable man to marry or her family will be ruined. She won’t allow herself to be distracted by Highland barbarians…no matter how her body may thrill whenever Alex is near.
Catherine wasn’t part of the plan, but as their battle of wills escalates, Alex comes to realize this “proper” English girl is as wild as the Highlands themselves...and nothing will stop him from having her.
Broadswords and Ballrooms:
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How to Train Your Highlander
English's first Broadswords and Ballrooms Regency unites a Highlander and a proper English miss in a very improper romance. Alex Waters is only gracing the ballroom at Almack's in order to find a suitable husband for his hoydenish sister, Mary Elizabeth. But he is impressed by the kindness and beauty of Catherine Middlebrook, the only lady present who willingly listens to his sister speak about unladylike pursuits. As Mary Elizabeth and Catherine become friends, Alex spends more time in Catherine's company, and his attraction to her grows with each encounter. While they enjoy some romantic interludes, Catherine knows that there is no future for them. She must wed a wealthy man perhaps Lord Farleigh, who has expressed his interest but doesn't engage her heart or spark her desire to save her family from destitution, and Alex has told her that he has no interest in marrying. The allure of Catherine and Alex's romance propels the novel forward as his promise to protect her opens up the possibility of their future together, and the love triangle provides plenty of angst even though the outcome is never really in doubt.