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Treachery is afoot when someone from Duncan's past comes after Catherine and the battle between England and Scotland heats up again, this time with deadly earnest.

Will Catherine lose HER HIGHLAND ROGUE after all that happens or will they finally find the strength to admit their love to each other? Burroughs weaves a wonderful tale set in a time when Scotland was fighting for its freedom from England and England's swift retaliation.

The author is to be applauded for her choice of setting and strength of character studies.

Deborah Elliott Affaire de Coeur September 2005 In this delightful romance, Scotland and England are back at each other's throats.

This time around a Scottish Highlander and an English rose are forced to marry by the order of the king and their fathers.

Duncan Mac Thomas is forced to marry Catherine Gillingham but he doesn't have to like it!

Four Stars Scotsman Duncan Mac Thomas is ordered by King Edward to marry Englishwoman Catherine Gillingham.

Making mistakes left and right, Duncan has to right his wrongs in order for her to believe he loves her.Find out in HER HIGHLAND ROGUE and be transported to a time when manly men where the norm and the women who were strong enough to stand beside them! In the midst of this, a love between a gruff highlander and a shy English rose blooms and Ms.A stranger stalks them, determined to avenge himself against Duncan, willing to strike against Catherine. Both Duncan and Catherine have fallen deeply in love with each other, but neither will admit it for fear of rejection.Will they come to their senses before the stranger succeeds?

This is a highly emotional book set at the time of Robert the Bruce.The well-drawn characters are too proud to bend to their emotions, putting their relationship constantly at risk, notwithstanding the outside threat.


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