The Highlander's Heart

The Highlander's Heart

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Fleeing into the wilderness to escape an abusive marriage, Lady Isabelle Tynsdale would sooner face down a wild boar than spend another night with her wretched husband. Battered by the elements, desperate to elude a band of attackers, and defending herself against, as fate would have it, a wild boar she is rescued by the handsome Laird David Campbell. Campbell knows holding Isabelle captive for ransom is his best chance to temper the storm threatening to destroy his clan. The ransom of an English countess should be more than enough to pay off his debts to England and save him from an unwanted marriage. But Isabelle didn't escape her husband just to become another man's captive and Laird Campbell is seriously misguided if he thinks she's going to go quietly.
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks Casablanca, c2011.
ISBN: 9781402253058
9781402253065
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc
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Jan 07, 2013

Lady Isabelle escapes her murderous English husband only to be abducted by a Highland warrior and held for ransom.

Her determination to break free from captivity is exceeded only by the passion growing between her and the Highland Laird. David Campbell plans to hold Isabelle for ransom as an easy way to line his pockets and return her back where she belongs, but he is unprepared for a feisty English lass with a penchant for finding trouble.
Caught between rival clans bent on claiming the throne of Scotland, Campbell must choose a side, and a bride.
Standing on the brink of war, Isabelle may be his only hope to save his clan, and his heart.

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