Highland Wolf by Hannah Howell

By Hannah Howell

Long island occasions bestselling writer Hannah Howell returns to the breathtaking Scottish Highlands with the unforgettable Murray extended family and the beautiful Annora MacKay who can't face up to the will an fascinating stranger offers... Annora MacKay senses a annoying evil in Dunncraig maintain, the property bought by way of her cousin, a merciless and ruthless guy. in simple terms her affection for the tiny woman he claims is his daughter stops her from fleeing. Then a mysterious woodcarver arrives on the fortress, and she or he can't cease thinking--or longing--for him... James Drummond, as soon as a laird now an outcast, desires what was once stolen from him--his reliable identify, his lands, and his baby. His cover for purchasing into Dunncraig is the first step of his plan, however the attractive raven-haired girl who cares for his daughter is an unwelcome shock. For he has come looking justice, no longer love...

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Annora looked up as Edmund and another man stepped out of the workrooms in the back of the little shop. She stared at the man with Edmund wondering why he so captivated her attention. He was tall and lean, even looked as if he could use a few good meals. His hair was a light brown and hung past his broad shoulders. There was a scar on his right cheek and he wore a patch over his left eye. The right eye was such a beautiful green she felt a pang of sorrow for the loss of its mate. His features were handsome, cleanly carved yet sharpened a little by the signs of hunger and trouble.

I ken he kissed my mother, but that doesnae make him my father. He has kissed a lot of women. My da was handsome and kind and laughed and smiled. Sir MacKay just yells and hits people. ” Stunned by the words I ken he kissed my mother, James had to take a moment to clear his mind enough to respond coherently to Meggie’s confidences. “Non, kissing does not make a man a papa. ” “Annora? She is working in the gardens. ” Meggie held up her very dirty hands. “I was helping her but I needed something to drink.

He turned to look at Big Marta but only caught sight of a piece of her skirts as she disappeared back into her kitchens. James cursed softly. Obviously covering one eye with a patch was not enough. Now he was going to have to act shyly around any lass who tried to talk to him, at least the ones who had been at Dunncraig when he had been laird. When this was all over, his family would find that very amusing. He was going to have to pretend to be humble, even shy around women, unable to speak the language clearly, and reveal none of his love for his own child.

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