To Wed A Highlander by Michele Sinclair
(McTiernay Brothers)

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An Arranged Marriage. . .

Makenna Dunstan has never needed a man's protection before. But when her father's failing health places the safety of the clan in her hands, she has no choice but to marry Colin McTiernay. Fearing the emotions Colin awakens within her, she finds herself succumbing too easily to his lingering kisses and warm caresses. Yet she wonders if she can truly trust this highlander who is quickly stealing her heart. . .

Ignites An Insatiable Desire. . .

A highlander from birth, Colin McTiernay knows the Dunstan clan dislikes him, especially the laird's youngest daughter. But he is determined to save the lowlanders from their enemies even if that means marrying the willful and impetuous Makenna. Taming this fierce tigress will be a challenge that Colin is confident he can meet by seducing Makenna--and tantalizing her with a passion that will only leave her begging for more. . .

Praise for Michele Sinclair and The Highlander Bride

"Sensual and humorous, a winning combination that everyone can enjoy."

--Hannah Howell, New York Times bestselling author

"Readers will be satisfied with her feisty heroine and alpha male hero, who engages in a battle of wills guaranteed to delight."

--Romantic Times


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 July 1, 2008 by Zebra Books. 352 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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