Synopses & Reviews
It is said that Braden MacAllister, English baron and proud Highlander warrior, can fell an enemy with a single blow -- and a woman with a single kiss. But not Maggie, it seems. For the fire-haired beauty, determined to end the long running feud that rages between their clan and it's common foe, is immune to Branden's attempts to stop her foolishness. But stop her he will, once he gets the meddling minx alone...and favors her with a passionate caress and an irresistible kiss. No matter how she trembles beneath Braden's sensuous touch, Maggie must not yield! As long as this feud continues, the lives of her brothers are at stake. And though Braden is known to have bedded many a lass, he has given his heart to none. But dare she dream that by assuring peace for her clan she may also be claiming the most magnificient Highlander for herself?
To end a long running feud, a proud Scottish lass convinced the clan′s women to refuse their men everything.
To end a long-running feud, proud Scottish lass Maggie convinces her clan's women to refuse their men everything. But can she refuse the attractions of English baron and proud Highland warrior Braden McAllister?
About the Author
A Web designer by trade, Kinley MacGregor is the highly praised author of A Pirate of Her Own
and Master of Seduction,
which received a K.I.S.S. Award and was chosen as a Doubleday Book Club Award and was chosen as a Doubleday Book Club alternate selection. She lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee, in the quiet town of Spring Hill, with her husband, three sons, and assorted pets.
Raised in the middle of eight boys, and currently outnumbered by the Y chromosome in her home, Kinley realizes the most valuable asset a woman has for coping with men is the ability to appreciate them for what they are -- wonderfully different (and having a sense of humor certainly doesn't hurt).
Her goal in life is to share laughter and to bring a little sunshine into everyone's day. "After all," Kinley says, "kindness costs nothing to the person giving it, but it can mean the world to the one who receives it."