A Noble Deception

A Noble Deception

by Veronica Bale

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Scotland 1455 – The Douglas clan is at war with their king. To protect his lands from confiscation, Lord John Douglas, the dying Earl of Kildrummond, must find an heir that doesn’t carry his name.

A landless knight, Lachlan Ramsay expects no more of life than battles, blood, and the occasional warm bosom. But when Lord John makes him his heir, Lachlan has a chance at something he never dreamt of—a home. There’s just one condition: He must marry the earl’s bastard daughter, the fiery, eccentric Moira MacInnes.

Lachlan has no desire for a headstrong, sharp-tongued wife. Moira has no need for an arrogant, too-handsome husband. To save Kildrummond they will marry and seek an annulment immediately upon the earl’s death. But deception is never simple, and passion once inflamed is impossible to ignore. Soon they will no longer be deceiving the earl but themselves.

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BN ID: 2940152119619
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/26/2015
Series: Noble Highlands
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 369 KB

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A Noble Deception 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't trust these ratings. I could never get into this book. Couldn't even finish it . So sad.
MTSmith More than 1 year ago
Most Scottish romances I read include a heroine who is English, a laird's daughter, or a laird's widow. I haven't read many where the heroine is illegitimate. Illegitimacy aside, Moira was a more average heroine as well. She wasn't make-a-man-stop-in-his-tracks gorgeous. According to many, Lachland included, she was only pretty, if a little on the thin and plain side if she were to be compared to other women. But her looks didn't seem to bother Moira because she was more than physical beauty. The plan between Lachlan and Moira was simple: marry then seek an annulment. Seemed simple enough, right? Then it wasn't. Because while Moira wasn't the most beautiful woman Lachlan had ever seen, her personality and intellect made her more beautiful than others. The time they spent together under the guise of "oh, this is forever!" afforded them numerous opportunities to really get to know one another, to see behind the fiery spirit and knight's armor. I liked and enjoyed this story. Moira and Lachlan are unlike any couple I've had the pleasure of reading about, which is awesome for someone who's always looking for a couple worth getting to know. The love that takes root and grows between them is based on more than just lust and physical attraction, thank God. It was rooted in the respect they had for one another and in the friendship they built that gave them a solid foundation for a happily ever after they truly deserved. Received from My Family's Heart for an honest review