An English Bride in Scotland (Mass Market Paperbound)
She never expected to marry
Annabel was about to take the veil to become a nun, when her mother suddenly arrived at the abbey to take her home . . . so that she can marry the Scottish laird whois betrothed to her runaway sister She knows nothing aboutbeing a wife, nothing about how to run a household, and definitely nothing about the marriage bed.
He never expected to fall in love
From the moment Ross MacKay sets eyes on Annabel, he is taken with his shy, sweet bride . . . and the fact that she'sblessed with lush curves only makes him utter hisown prayers of thanks. But when an enemy endangers her life, he'll move the Highlands themselves to save her. For thoughAnnabel's not the bride he planned for, she's the only woman he desires . . .
About the Author
Lynsay Sands is the nationally bestselling author of the Argeneau/Rogue Hunter vampire series, as well as numerous historicals and anthologies. She s been writing stories since grade school and considers herself incredibly lucky to be able to make a career out of it. Her hope is that readers can get away from their everyday stress through her stories, and if there are occasional uncontrollable fits of laughter, that s just a big bonus.
‘Sands is at her best in the third Devil of the Highland novel. Her delightful story featuring highly emotional characters, is filled with honor and passion and laced with Sands’ hallmark wit and sensuality. This one’s a keeper!”
-Romantic Times on The Hellion and the Highlander
“Sands’ companion to The Countess abounds with her hallmark humor and sensuality...fresh and delightful.”
“Her trademark humor and genuine characters...kept her series fresh and her readers hooked.”
“Lush, lively and romantic - Lynsay Sands hits all the right notes.”
-Suzanne Enoch, NYT bestselling author
“Sands spins a funny, laughable tale; you’ll cheer as the drunk and the shrew discover they are a ‘perfect match’.”
“New and returning readers alike will enjoy this warmhearted and often hot-blooded adventure.”