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Overview

"The plot has imaginative twists and turns, and the backgrounds are lush and evocative. It's good, satisfying fun." -Publishers Weekly

She's one thing by day, something else altogether by night...

After escaping the slaughter of her clan at a young age, Scottish noblewoman Sabrina Verrick provides for her siblings by living a double life, until the night she encounters the Duke, and her secret and all she holds dear is threatened...

He's so disillusioned, he's completely vulnerable...

With his inheritance at stake, Lucien, Duke of Camareigh, sets a trap for the Scottish beauty with the piercing violet eyes, never imagining what will happen when the trap is sprung...

As their lives become irreversibly entangled, Lucien and Sabrina become each other's biggest threat, as well as their only salvation...

Praise for Laurie McBain:

"Ms. McBain's flare for the romantic intermingled with suspense will keep the reader riveted to the story until the last page." -Affaire de Coeur

"Vivid sense of description, colorful characters... I found myself happily lost in the magnificence of the storytelling." -Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Dominick Trilogy:
Moonstruck Madness
Chance the Winds of Fortune
Dark Before the Rising Storm

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Editorial Reviews

Night Owl Romance
With entertaining characters, intriguing plots, and steamy romance, this novel will have the reader eagerly turning each page.
The Long and Short of It Reviews
An enjoyable and unique historical romp.
Yankee Romance Reviewers
The story is a non stop action packed romance with sizzle, sparks and flames aplenty
Debbie's Book Bag
Laurie McBain has crafted a novel that will grab the interest of the reader from the first page.
Seriously Reviewed
Interesting, intriguing, spellbinding.
My Book Addiction and More
It will kept you on the edge of your seat,with you heart in your throat. A must read and a keeper.
Celtic Lady's Reviews
If you want to read a good old fashioned romance you can't go wrong with this one.
The Royal Reviews
Alluring... A very lovely little romance that you should defiantly check out!
Books Like Breathing
You will not find a couple more exciting to read about and a romance so full of plot.
From the Publisher
"With entertaining characters, intriguing plots, and steamy romance, this novel will have the reader eagerly turning each page. " - Night Owl Romance

"An enjoyable and unique historical romp." - The Long and Short of It Reviews

"As powerful now as at its first publication in 1977, Moonstruck Madness transports you to a fascinating world of high drama and high stakes where power reigns until love finally wins." - Linda Banche Romance Author

"The story is a non stop action packed romance with sizzle, sparks and flames aplenty" - Yankee Romance Reviewers

"Laurie McBain has crafted a novel that will grab the interest of the reader from the first page. " - Debbie's Book Bag

"Interesting, intriguing, spellbinding." - Seriously Reviewed

"It will kept you on the edge of your seat,with you heart in your throat. A must read and a keeper. " - My Book Addiction and More

"If you want to read a good old fashioned romance you can't go wrong with this one. " - Celtic Lady's Reviews

"Alluring... A very lovely little romance that you should defiantly check out!" - The Royal Reviews

"You will not find a couple more exciting to read about and a romance so full of plot." - Books Like Breathing

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402242434
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/1/2011
  • Series: Casablanca Classics Series
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 5.17 (w) x 7.96 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Laurie McBain became a publishing phenomenon at age twenty-six with her first historical romance. She wrote seven romances, all of which were bestsellers, selling over 11 million copies. All have been out of print for over 5 years. She is a winner of the RT Reviewers' Choice Award. She lives in the Bay Area.

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The boast of heraldry, the pomp of power,

And all that beauty, all that wealth e'er gave,

Awaits alike the inevitable hour.

The paths of glory lead but to the grave.

-Thomas Gray

Prelude

Culloden Moor, Scotland, 1746

A northeast wind blowing rain and sleet welcomed the early morning watchers on the hill, their cloaked figures cowering together in vain for protection from the cold, penetrating wetness that seeped through to the skin. Some distance away, and farther down the slope of the moor, a lone figure crouched low in the heather. Sabrina Verrick hugged her cape more tightly around her as she stared in horrified fascination at the scene before her. The battlefield was the only patch of color across the wide expanse of gray moor. Colorful blue, yellow, and green standards waved above the scarlet-coated battalions of the English king's army, its Union flag boldly flying in Scottish skies.

Sabrina raised her head and felt the icy rain fall on her face. In the distance she could hear the monotonous beating of the drums. Drums beating in time for marching English feet, bringing them closer to the bright tartan plaid of the clans. Below her Sabrina could see her clan with her grandfather stalwartly leading them. His bonnet, trimmed with eagles' feathers, was cocked jauntily over his weathered brow, the blues and reds of his tartan jacket and kilt now darkened by the rain; but on his left shoulder the silver and cairngorm brooch that pinned his plaid still gleamed richly. He'd drawn his broadsword and was swinging its double-edged blade threateningly before him. He stood tall and magnificent before his men as they awaited the signal to attack. A burnt wooden cross, tied together by a piece of bloodstained linen, leaned crookedly in the ground-silent now that the call to arms had been answered.

The haunting notes of the bagpipes echoed through the air as the fierce Highlanders surged forward to meet the enemy, their heavy broadswords singing as they sliced through the air in defiance of the shining bayonets of the English. But few reached the English ranks before they were cut down by the roaring cannon ripping through the clans, dismembering and leaving only parts of bodies where once bold men had stood.

Sabrina screamed in terror as she saw half her clan wiped out by a single volley of cannon. Those who managed to escape the barrage of cannon fire were left to be cut down by the continuous, evenly timed musket fire that never stopped coming in waves of death and destruction. Sabrina felt the bile rise in her throat as she stared down at the massacre. Red was the only color that penetrated her numbed mind. Scarlet coats, bloodied swords and red-stained heather jumped before her eyes as English and Scot lay dying alike. It was impossible to separate the two enemies now. They were one surging mass of violence.

Sabrina narrowed her eyes, straining them as she searched for her grandfather among the men below her, praying that she wouldn't see him crumpled to the ground with the countless others. Where was he? Where was her clan? She stayed low, sinking down into the heather as she sought desperately for a sight of their tartan. She turned suddenly at screams behind her and watched in disbelief as English soldiers, gradually making their way up the slope, bayoneted the small group of watchers on the hill. They began to scatter in panic, running for their lives as the soldiers bore down upon them, ruthlessly cutting down everything in their path. Sabrina remained still, afraid to move at all lest she meet the same fate. As she silently stared at the battlefield she caught a flickering movement as a small band of men made their retreat through the mangled bodies of their comrades and the enemy, escaping the field of their devastating defeat. Three carried her grandfather, and what was left of the clan limped along behind, their broadswords still raised to ward off any attack from the rear.

They were not the only ones fleeing the moor. The battle had been lost. The clans were now trying to gather together what remained of their members and escape to safety in the hidden glens and lochs, losing themselves forever up in the craggy hills and unapproachable valleys that cut in deep chasms through the barren countryside.

Sabrina carefully fled her hiding place and followed. She ran as though the devil were at her heels, running until her breath came painfully and her legs felt leaden. She followed them up into a narrow opening that twisted and climbed until the slaughter across the moor was hidden from view, and made her way through the passage, her mind a blank until she saw a small sod-and-stone cottage, little more than a hut, some distance ahead.

"Let me pass," she told the guard blocking the door, his bloodied broadsword held defiantly before her, barring her way.

"Nay, lass, I couldna' dae that," he answered slowly, his blue eyes still dazed from shock. His face was darkened by streaks of blood from a deep wound beside his ear that was now clotted with dried blood the color of his hair.

"I'm the laird's granddaughter. I must be with him!"

Sabrina cried, pushing past the beaten sentinel who gave easily and moved wearily aside.

Sabrina stopped abruptly as she entered the one-room hut.

A peat fire was burning weakly in the middle of the room while an old woman squatted nearby, a worn shawl wrapped about her thin shoulders as she steadily stirred a rusted iron pot that hung over the fire. A sickening sweet odor of stewed mutton floated to Sabrina as she moved into the room.

It was quiet, deathly quiet, as if all the men had died. They watched silently as Sabrina walked to the far end of the room and knelt down beside her grandfather. She choked back the sob that rose from her throat as she stared at his broken body. He was breathing heavily, an odd rasping sound that shook his chest in deep, painful shudders.

"Oh, Grandfather, what have they done to you?" Sabrina sobbed as she wiped the blood trickling from the corner of his lips with the edge of her cape.

"Grape. Tha' did it." A voice spoke sharply beside Sabrina. Sabrina looked up into the blazing eyes of the man bending over the other side of her grandfather. His eyes were the only spot of color in his pale face. They glowed fanatically as they stared into hers, hatred pouring out of his soul.

"It wae like a thousand knives bein' thrown at us. They couldna' just shoot us doon, nay, they had tae cripple us with tha'," he said bitterly, indicating the rusty iron, nails and leaden balls that littered the ground, shreds of tartan still clinging to some.

"Ripping us apart, aul tae pieces, nae knowin' wha' hit us." He looked down at Sabrina's grandfather, a frown between his eyes. "They even got the auld laird," he mumbled as if he couldn't believe it yet. He looked at his own bloodied hands, rubbing his fingers convulsively. "But they did nae get me pipes. I'll play for ye ever' nicht," he promised the laird.

"They'll nae stop Ewan MacElden."

Sabrina was staring in alarm at the half-crazed man when she felt her hand grasped by shaking fingers and looked down to see her grandfather's eyes opening. She closed her hands about his cold fingers, trying to warm them as she looked into his face. It was devoid of expression and feeling, and she knew she gazed into a death mask. His eyes seemed to be pleading with her and she bent lower as his lips parted.

"Shouldna' come doon from the hills. Waur fools tae fight in the open. Slaughtered like sheep," he whispered, his usually perfect English now thickened with an accent.

"Please, Grandfather, don't speak," Sabrina pleaded, "we'll get you back to the castle."

Sabrina looked to the others who stood silently about her.

There were only five or six of them, and she wondered frantically why they just stood there.

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  • Posted December 27, 2010

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    Love this book

    I am so excited this book is on the Nook. I read it years ago (and the following two books!) and kept rereading it. It's that good.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 28, 2011

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    Less Than Starry Eyed by Moonstruck Madness

    Moonstruck Madness follows the life of Sabrina Verrick, granddaughter to a Scottish Laird, and daughter to an English Marquis. Her story begins during the Jacobite rising in Scotland where she witnesses the defeat of her grandfather and his men and she and her two siblings along with an Aunt flee Scotland to return to England to escape most certain death, only to find an impoverished and neglected estate where they have to do whatever they can in order to provide for themselves.

    At a young age Sabrina finds herself the sole provider for her family due to the absence and negligence of the only parent she has left who they haven't seen for over twelve years. As a young woman of spirit and daring personality she creates a persona of "Bonnie Charlie" who takes from the rich who can afford it, and gives to the poor who need it, but risks the hangman's noose every time she masquerades as the thief. While risky, she's never felt truly in danger until she robs the wrong man, Lucien, the Duke of Camareigh who becomes single mindedly determined to catch the thief who has been terrorizing the neighborhood.

    Lucien is a man resigned to the fate of marrying for reasons other than love in order to gain the inheritance that his grandmother is holding ransom. He is a man that probably suffers ennui like most titled aristocrats, until he encounters "Bonnie Charlie". His plans for Bonnie Charlie alter when he discovers that "Charlie" is not a young lad, but in fact a beautiful young woman. A seduction ensues, and circumstances find the two married despite their love/hate relationship while escaping death more than once.

    Moonstruck Madness has a much larger scope than most romances that are being written and published today. And there are times that I really miss that, but in this case I felt that the plot of the entire story was more important than the characters that the story was about. Through the course of the story it touched on so many things that I didn't feel that any of them were adequately explored. I also felt that some things took too long to develop, but other times I felt that feelings or insight into a character moved too rapidly or were overlooked and I found myself stopping and re-reading passages thinking that I must have missed something, only to find that I had not. For instance, within a span on only 12 pages the hero of the story goes from being the enemy, to the heroine seducing him to aid in her escape, then finding that she loves him after one night of making love to him with little to no insight into her feelings and why they changed so abruptly. The reader fully understands her reasons for hating him, but I never could grasp why she loved him especially since neither of their motives had altered or changed.

    Sabrina and Lucien's entire love story was a lesson in love and hate being closely related emotions and I really missed some of the internal dialogue and insight into what these characters might be thinking or feeling which you generally get in romances that are being written today. I really wanted to like Moonstruck Madness but sadly I didn't, and if I just looked at the overall plot of the story the idea of it is actually very good, but where it let me down was with the hero and the heroine and the reasons why they love one another. I never did fully understand the love in this romance. And for me, that is the most important thing.

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    Overall: 2.75 stars
    Sensuality level: 2.0

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2008

    I love it!!

    This book got it all action, adventure, romance. I couldn't put it down! It's my all time favorite book.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 27, 2011

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    Simply Great!

    This was a wonderful read. I just loved it and I know I will re-read it!

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 4, 2011

    WHAT A DELIGHTFUL HISTORICAL ROMANCE!!MOONSTRUCK MADNESS BY LAURIE MCBAIN

    MOONSTRUCK MADNESS by Laurie McBain is a delightful historical romance set in 1746 Scotland and 1751 England. It is an re-issued release from 1977.It is well written with depth,details,twists and turns.It has romance, a small amount of sweet sensuality, mystery,misunderstanding,mistrust,secrets,adventure,vengeance,corruption,suspense,love,vulnerability,family,a Scottish beauty,and an English nobleman. The hero,Lucien,Duke of Camareigh,is sexy, rugged handsome with a scarred face,has a temper,tough,demanding,someone is out to kill him, in need of a wife to inherit his ancient home,enter....Sabrina.The heroine,Sabrina,a gentle bred Lady,half Scottish,has secrets for she is the notorious highwayman,"Bonnie Charlie",has a fiery temper,strong willed and the body that could tempt a saint.When, Lucien decides he must possess the fearless Sabrina,encounters a few difficulties because Sabrina has other plans.Together, they travel a perilous road to married bliss for on the horizon awaits their enemies.This is a fast paced,action packed story of love,hate,mistrust,searching for love and happiness.If you enjoy an action packed adventure with twists and turns,evil relatives bent on vengeance,and true love that this is the story for you. I would highly recommend this story,it will kept you on the edge of your seat,with you heart in your throat.A must read and a keeper. This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher and details can be found at Sourcebooks Casablance,an imprint of Sourcebooks,Inc. and My Book Addiction and More.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2014

    Love this book!

    I read this book when it was first published. I loved the story and characters and the writing style.

    I don't like to give any spoilers. I will just say that if all you want are sex scenes and no real story, then this book is not for you. If you want a strong female lead and a fun story with some tasteful sex scenes, then this book could be for you.

    I am only disappointed with the fact that they do not seem to want to publish the next two books in the series. Please publish them!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2013

    Good if read for the right reasons.

    I felt like there was little character development until the very end. If you are okay with the immidiate attraction where after a very short period of the characters go from intterigating to loving each other or dispising the persons guts to lamenting that they always loved one another then this book is very good. I loved the first read of the book going through because i read fast and let the book take off at a fast pace, but if you think about things or take time to think about how these people come to the relization that they changed you will be sorely disaponted. If you like brain candy go ahead but if you are looking for a historical fiction that touhes on romance that is very thought provoking do not if you want romance brain candy go ahead. Meant for mature readers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2013

    I LIKED IT!

    A good read

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