by Alyson McLayne
Pub Date 30 Jul 2019
"Expertly crafted... [a] page-turner."—Publishers Weekly for Highland Conquest
She'd saved his son.
Could she save him as well?
Laird Gavin MacKinnon is a changed man—and not for the better. Ever since his young son, Ewan, disappeared two years ago, Gavin has grown callous and bitter. Scouring the countryside, his search leads him to a mysterious woman who maintains the boy is hers. He decides to take them both and ask questions later.
Deirdre MacIntyre will go with the brooding laird if it will keep her son safe. Gavin has to admit that the beautiful lass has a bond with Ewan, and things aren't adding up. When Deirdre's clan comes to claim her under threat of war, Gavin has a choice to make: fight for her or let her go.
The Sons of Gregor MacLeod:
Highland Promise (Book 1)
Highland Conquest (Book 2)
Highland Betrayal (Book 3)
Highland Captive (Book 4)
More Praise for Alyson McLayne's Songs of Gregor MacLeod Series:
"Not to be missed. Alyson McLayne's writing is simply fabulous!"—Night Owl Reviews Top Pick, 5 Stars, for Highland Betrayal
"You'll be captivated by the humor, passion and adventure... Entertaining from beginning to end."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars, for Highland Conquest
"Suffused with witty banter, adventure and passion!"—ELIZA KNIGHT, USA Today bestselling author of the MacDougall Legacy series, for Highland Promise
"Raises the bar of Scottish-set historical romances."—BookPage for Highland Promise
"Adventure, passion, and hot Scots."—Booklist for Highland Promise
"McLayne perfectly balances the raw emotions and pent-up desire at the heart of the romance with the thrilling swordplay and castle intrigue readers expect from their Scottish historical romances. Deeply touching love story between a fierce leader and the timid woman who finds her own strength by standing up to him." -Kirkus Reviews, STARRED Review
"Sizzling love scenes and a captivating, intelligent heroine...will appeal to those who enjoy expertly paced Highlands historicals with well-developed characters." -Publishers Weekly