Highland Moonlight by Teresa Reasor

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Synopsis

Seduced and shamed by Alexander Campbell, the warrior to whom she is betrothed, Lady Mary Mac Lachlan flees to the Campbell stronghold of Castle Lorne and demands sanctuary from Alexander's father.

Though Alexander seduced Mary for her own protection and his men's, his actions have greater repercussions than expected. His betrayal destroys Mary's trust and his belief in himself as a man of honor. Determined to heal the breach, and claim Mary--who now carries his heir--as his wife, he follows her to Lorne and finds himself brought before a council of arbitration on charges of rape.

When Collin Mac Lachlan, Mary's father tries to coerce her into testifying against Alexander, Mary refuses. But when violence threatens to break out between their clans, Mary is forced to wed him to fulfill their betrothal agreement and save him from the executioner.

Amid the hostilities between their clans and the wounds inflicted on her heart, can Mary find the love and happiness she's always craved or will she discover she's been chasing a dream as illusive as Highland Moonlight?

(This is a rerelease of an earlier edition with extensive editing and rewrites)
 

About Teresa Reasor

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I was born in Southeastern Kentucky, but grew up a Marine Corps brat. The love of reading wasiInstilled in me when I first learned to read in Kindergarten at Paris Island, South Carolina. Books were the friends who traveled with me during the many transfers my father's military career entailed. When I grew older, it was a natural transition for the love of reading to become a love for writing. Though I've been an art teacher and an artist for over twenty years, writing has always been my first love and my passion. And I know that will be true for the rest of my life. Teresa Reasor is the author of Highland Moonlight, Captive Hearts, Breaking Free and Timeless.
 
Published April 28, 2013 by Teresa J. Reasor. 363 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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