Annotations for English Bride in Scotland


Baker & Taylor
When Annabel's mother tells her that, instead of becoming a nun, she must marry Scottish laird Ross MacKay, who was betrothed to her runaway sister, both Annabel and Ross struggle to adjust to their unexpected new life together.

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Baker & Taylor
Whisked away by her mother before she can become a nun, Annabel must marry Scottish laird Ross MacKay, who was betrothed to her runaway sister; but just as they are getting used to each other, and an enemy endangers Annabel's life, and Ross will do anything to protect her. Original.

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HARPERCOLL

From New York Times bestselling author of The Husband Hunt, The Heiress, and other beloved historical romances, comes Lynsay Sands's An English Bride in Scotland, the first book in a new series set in the wilds of the Highlands.

Annabel had planned to become a nun. But when her mother arrives at the Abbey to bring her home to marry a Scottish laird--her runaway sister's intended husband--her life takes a decidedly different turn.

And though Annabel isn't the wife he'd planned for, strong, sexy Ross McKay is taken with his shy, sweet bride.

Annabel knows nothing about being a wife, running a castle--or the marriage bed. But her handsome new husband makes her want to learn. When Annabel's life is threatened, Ross vows to move the highlands itself to save her and preserve the passion that's only beginning to bloom.



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