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Anora, the shepherdess, finds a half-naked man in her bed, so what's a
woman living alone in a cottage in the Lowlands of Scotland supposed to
do? Prod him with her pitchfork to chase him off! Only the man is not
just a traveler seeking her bed for a rest—but a wounded Highlander, who
fights back, swinging his sword!
Niall MacNeill is searching for a Frenchwoman of nobility to escort
to his cousin's castle for safekeeping, when he and his friend, Gunnolf,
are attacked by another Highland clan, seeking the same woman. The
other Highlanders wish to sell her to the highest bidder—English or
French—it does not matter.
Niall takes refuge in a sheepherder's cottage to heal up from his
wounds and discovers the shepherdess taking care of him may very well be
the woman he seeks. He has no intention of doing anything but what his
cousin requests of him—ensure her safety on their way to Craigly
Castle—but when the lass so bravely wields her pitchfork at him, he is
thinking of other, more interesting possibilities.
For centuries, Grant MacQuarrie and his ancestors have been
administering Farraige Castle overlooking the North Sea for a Playfair
family, who had left it in their capable hands when the last heir moved
to the States. Now, the daughter has inherited the estate. According to
the contract, she must live in the holding for a year and a day so she
can learn how to adequately manage the castle from across the sea before
she can return to America. Grant MacQuarrie, pack leader and chief of
the MacQuarrie clan, has run the estates forever and isn’t happy about
having an American lass in his way. But when she arrives, he learns
she’s a sexy wolf who isn’t at all like her stuck-up, devious father,
who hated Grant and his clan.
Colleen Playfair has never been to Scotland, although she has several
famous and infamous Scottish ancestors. So when she learns she must live
at Farraige Castle in the Highlands for 366 days, she’s excited about
the prospect. And a little apprehensive. Already, one Grant MacQuarrie
is not happy about her coming. Will the Scots be peeved with her since
she’s an American, trying to run things? But she’s got her ancestors’
head for math, geology, and architecture, her father’s stubborn
determination, her mother’s ability to make friends, and her uncle’s
knack for making people smile, so how hard could it be?