The Laird

The Laird

by Virginia Brown

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“…a rare jewel to cherish if you love history as much as you do romance.” –RT Book Reviews on The Laird



Scotland, 1327



Judith Lindsay is not just an English-born enemy of Clan Campbell—she’s the widow of Kenneth Lindsay, whose family holds a child promised to Argyll, the Campbell Clan’s overlord.



Robert Campbell is not just a Scottish warrior for King Robert Bruce—he’s a new laird of his own lands, won on the battlefield against the English.



Fate brings Judith to Rob when his father abducts her along with the Lindsay child at the behest of Argyll, a powerful man Rob detests. The deaths of his seven brothers in the skirmish with Clan Lindsay should make him hate Judith—but Rob soon finds that there is much more to this woman than he expected. She has steely determination beneath her cool beauty, and untouched passion that lures Rob to vanquish the boundaries set upon them by old feuds and loyalties . . .



But they are a people at war. Can they survive the inevitable clash to find love and peace in the Scottish Highlands?



Since her first romance novel came out in 1984, Virginia Brown has written over 50 novels. Many of her books have been nominated for Romantic Times’ Reviewer’s Choice, Career Achievement Award for Love and Laughter, Career Achievement Award for Adventure, EPIC eBook nomination for Historical Romance, and she received the RT Career Achievement Award for Historical Adventure, as well as the EPIC eBook Award for Mainstream Fiction. Her works have regularly appeared on national bestseller lists. She lives near her children in North Mississippi, surrounded by a menagerie of beloved dogs and cats while she writes.



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ISBN-13: 9781611948875
Publisher: BelleBooks
Publication date: 09/05/2018
Pages: 230
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)

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