Lily And The Laird
Lady Lily Belfort was the last unmarried woman in her social circle. Despondent, and having abandoned all hope of finding true love in London society, she decides to accept an invitation from her friend, Raven McLanister, to visit Scotland for the lavender festival. Little did she know her visit would turn into the adventure of a lifetime, including a near death experience, binding her by Scottish law to her rescuer. For the first time in her life she loses her heart to the handsome Laird to whom she is bound. A cruel twist threatens to take that love. Now she must decide whether to follow her heart or live without the love she has waited for her entire life. Laird Rab McDougall had never expected to rescue a young girl from certain death on his return from Edinburg. Nor had he expected the young girl to be a beautiful English lady. Bound to him by Scottish law for saving her life, Rab needs to decide whether he wishes to keep her or release her from the debt. Their undeniable attraction soon has him giving his heart to the beauty. Now he wants her heart in return, but a cruel twist drives her away. In the end, he must fight to have her, or lose their love forever.