Highlander Unchained by Monica McCarty
By Monica McCarty
Lachlan Maclean will do no matter what it takes to guard his clan–even if it capacity abducting the main willful girl within the Highlands with the key purpose of wooing her for marriage. A born searing sensual chief owning brute power, and a majestic command, Lachlan is unprepared for the attractive spitfire plants MacLeod, who jeopardizes his plans to save lots of his extended family, and digs underneath his difficult, chiseled external to show a tenderness which may be his undoing.
The maximum marriage prize within the Highlands, vegetation is set in any respect bills to prevent her mother’s destiny of being bartered away as a political pawn. Vowing to make her captor pay for his ruthlessness, she boldly engages him in a conflict of wills, sweetening the problem with risky passion–even because the lingering curse and lethal ghosts of a previous tragedy achieve out to thwart a young love that has but to be spoken.
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Shifting his gaze, he motioned to the box. “I brought you something for this evening. We do not have much occasion for such finery at Drimnin. ” Flora glanced at the box beside the bed. She momentarily forgot her embarrassment, and her eyes lit up. ” She turned back to him with confusion in her gaze. ” He shrugged. ” She studied him keenly, as if he’d unwittingly revealed something. “That was very thoughtful of you. ” “I’ll send Morag up to help you. But do not dally,” he said gruffly, uncomfortable with what he saw in her eyes.
To know what she did to him. To know just how far from civilized he really was. ” “Please—” His mouth fell on hers, covering any objection with the force of his kiss. This was what he’d wanted to do from the first. The relief was so intense, he nearly groaned. Heat welled up inside him, threatening to erupt. His mouth moved over hers hungrily, possessively. Tasting. He felt her shock. And then, blissfully, her innocence. God, she was sweet. Her lips were so incredibly soft and warm. Her skin smelled of roses, and her mouth tasted like heaven.
Outrage fired her cheeks. ” He gave her a long bold look, one that was blatantly sensual. ” He seemed unabashedly unconcerned. ” He quirked a brow, infuriatingly amused. ” “A prisoner,” she said forlornly. ” His gaze narrowed. ” She stiffened, her deep-seated resentment of being told what to do flared. ” she asked, not bothering to hide her sarcasm. “Whatever it is that women do to keep themselves busy. ” She spun around to hide the smile on her face, her mind swarming with all kinds of ideas.