Love is a Battlefield by Tamara Morgan
Games of Love

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It takes a real man to wear a kilt. And a real woman to charm him out of it.

Games of Love, Book 1

It might be modern times, but Kate Simmons isn't willing to live a life without at least the illusion of the perfect English romance. A proud member of the Jane Austen Regency Re-Enactment Society, Kate fulfills her passion for courtliness and high-waisted gowns in the company of a few women who share her love of all things heaving.

Then she encounters Julian Wallace, a professional Highland Games athlete who could have stepped right off the covers of her favorite novels. He's everything brooding, masculine, and, well, heaving. The perfect example of a man who knows just how to wear his high sense of honor--and his kilt.

Confronted with a beautiful woman with a tongue as sharp as his sgian dubh, Julian and his band of merry men aren't about to simply step aside and let Kate and her gaggle of tea-sippers use his land for their annual convention. Never mind that "his land" is a state park--Julian was here first, and he never backs down from a challenge.

Unless that challenge is a woman unafraid to fight for what she wants...and whose wants are suddenly the only thing he can think about.

Warning: The historical re-enactments in this story contain very little actual history. Battle chess and ninja stars may apply.

About Tamara Morgan

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Tamara Morgan is a romance writer and unabashed lover of historical reenactments-the more elaborate the costume requirements, the better. Tamara lives in the Inland Northwest with her husband and daughter. She can be found online at or, much more often than is good for her, on Twitter at @Tamara_Morgan.
Published February 14, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 254 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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