Desiring The Highlander by Michele Sinclair
(McTiernay Brothers)

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Seven McTiernay brothers, each a highlander born to protect Scotland and her people, warriors known for their quick wits and quicker broadswords. The third brother, Cole, stared death in the face when he was only a boy…

Now Cole McTeirnay is a man. And though he resists them in every way, he has responsibilities. The wild northern Highlands need a laird who can guide them to peace. Cole has the army strong enough to accomplish this task. What he doesn’t have is the desire—to be a leader among men...

And so he is sent off on a fool’s errand: a mission to retrieve something from the very Englishmen Cole has spent his life hating. When he finds that the ‘something’ is a wild hellion, he balks, determined to make the return to Scotland as hard on her as it was for him to set foot on English soil. But though English herself, Ellenor intrigues him with her fierce spirit, and Cole’s heart, deeply locked away for so long, may be vulnerable at last…

Praise for Michele Sinclair

“Sinclair…carries readers into the hearts and minds of her hero and heroine.” —Romantic Times on To Wed a Highlander

“Sensual and humorous, a winning combination that everyone can enjoy.” —Hannah Howell, New York Times bestselling author on The Highlander’s Bride


About Michele Sinclair

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Michele Sinclair is the award-winning author of A Woman Made for Pleasure, The Christmas Knight, and the McTiernay Brothers series, among other titles. A member of Romance Writers of America, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Anne Flosnik is an accomplished, multi-award-winning British actress, with lead credits for stage, television, commercials, industrials, voice-overs, and audiobooks. Anne has garnered three AudioFile Earphones Awards, an ALA Award, and four Audie Award nominations. Her narration of Little Bee by Chris Cleave was chosen as one of the Best Audiobooks of the Year 2009 by AudioFile magazine and one of the Top 40 Best Audiobooks of 2009 by Library Journal.
Published November 4, 2009 by Zebra Books. 416 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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