Highland Moon by Judith E. French
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TRAPPED BY DUTY…

Forced to marry a heartless man twice her age, marchioness Lady Anne, a beautiful virgin widow, finds herself once again taking vows without knowing love. But before she can give her reluctant “I do,” the ceremony is interrupted by a breathtaking wild man on a charging horse. And suddenly, the bewildered bride-to-be is spirited away…SAVED BY DARING…

The American son of a Scottish Earl and a Delaware Indian, Ross Campbell agreed to assist in a scorned lover’s brazen kidnapping scheme—only to find he has abducted the wrong woman. Now the gallows await him—unless he weds his lovely captive himself. Anne may vow to resist his rugged charms, but Ross knows she longs to experience true love and intimacy at last—as much as he longs to share it with her...

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About Judith E. French

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Judith E. French lives with her husband in a restored eighteenth-century farmhouse in rural Delaware. Her oldest daughter, Colleen Faulkner, is also a bestselling romance author, continuing the strong tradition of storytelling that has been shared by her family for many generations.
 
Published July 1, 1991 by Avon Books (Mm). 284 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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