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Julia London is a NYT, USA Today and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author of historical and contemporary romance. She is a six-time finalist for the RITA. London knows how to keep pages turning.” —Publishers WeeklyPassion and scandal collide in New York Times bestselling author Julia London's brand new. Editorial Reviews. From the Publisher. She was a lovely innocent, but she could not resist. edition by Julia London. Romance Kindle eBooks @ ronaldweinland.info

Searching for her rakehell brother, an earl lying low in the wake of a scandalous affair, Fiona Haines is guided by a rugged Highlander who obscures his scarred face. As they journey on, Fiona becomes closer to her brave, enigmatic hero—but will fury or passion ignite when he reveals his identity? He stalked to the end of the salon to stand before the fire. The letter made Duncan curious. He was rarely in Edinburgh since the accident had occurred, and even more rarely did he receive invitations or callers. He was something of a pariah to polite society.

However, her brother, Jack, now the Earl of Lambourne, was quite another story. Many years ago, before either of them were really men, Jack Haines and Duncan had vied for the same redheaded woman from Aberfeldy, and Duncan had lost to him.

Duncan could not imagine what any of them would want with him now, but as he was a solitary man these days, his curiosity was piqued. He turned partially toward the butler, glancing at him from the corner of his good eye. Cameron if you would, then. Christmas was still several days away, yet it was as if the worst of winter was setting in. Her aging Uncle Theodore and Aunt Lucy had always been very protective of her. It was dark by the time the carriage rolled to a stop in front of the very large and cheerless estate.

Only two windows showed any light from within, and a pair of crows was battling over something near the entrance. Just looking up at the cold gray monolith made Fiona shiver; she pulled her hood up over her head. The Gables was just like Blackwood, the enormous Buchanan estate situated in the Highlands. Blackwood had always seemed rather oppressive to her, even when it was the site for celebrations.

Her cousin had married in the chapel there when Fiona was a girl, and Fiona recalled thinking how strange it was to see all the flowers and cheerful music and smiling faces with thick stone walls and foreboding parapets in the background. Jack, blast him! It was just like the rapscallion to have gone there, off for a bit of sport while he waited for the scandal to die in London and for Fiona to sweep up after him!

The door suddenly swung open, and a swath of light spilled out onto the drive. A butler stepped out and held his lantern high. Seaver, I presume? Uncle Theodore did not hear well, but he understood the gesture, and with his hand firmly cupping her elbow, he propelled Fiona forward. As it turned out, the house was not nearly as imposing as it looked from the outside. In the main foyer, a woolen rug warmed the stone floor, and in addition to the usual sets of armor and swords that families like the Buchanans felt obliged to display on their walls, there was a vase of fresh hothouse flowers and a portrait of a beautiful woman gracing the small hearth.

Uncle Theodore was quick to help Fiona out of hers, and as he methodically removed his hat and gloves, his greatcoat, his scarf, and yet a second scarf and handed then to the butler, Fiona shook out her skirts and smoothed her lap.

She was wearing one of her best gowns—it was brocade, claret in color and intricately embroidered.

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It had been fashioned for her by one of the finest modistes in London, and her friend Lady Gilbert had remarked that it showed her figure to its fullest advantage. Not that Fiona cared a wit what Duncan Buchanan might think of her figure, no sir, no indeed. She had ceased to care about anything to do with that arse several years ago. Having divested himself of what seemed a mound of clothing, Uncle Theodore grabbed the ends of his waistcoat and gave it a good tug before looking expectantly at the butler.

The butler handed off the mound of clothing to a waiting footman, then bowed his head. Fiona looked at her uncle. Her uncle winked and held out his arm. Fiona sighed again, put her hand on his arm, and lifted her chin. She would have to give it some thought. But one thing was certain—he was undoubtedly still the most tiresomely supercilious man in all of Scotland. They were shown into a rather large drawing room that had been divided into two rooms by a pair of heavy drapes.

A man who was most decidedly not Buchanan rose from a chair as they entered and bowed respectfully to them. Fiona curtsied as she quickly glanced around the room, searching for the magic door through which Buchanan would strut and pause to look at her with disdain. There was no door. There was only the gentleman—Mr.

As if they were serfs come on a rickety cart pulled by their aged mule to ask the laird for a bit of leniency! She was hardly aware that her uncle was speaking. She was scarcely aware of anything, as it seemed that all her thoughts had been obliterated by her fury. He was not expecting the woman who swept impatiently into the room.

And frankly, he was more than a bit taken aback. Temptations of a Wallflower. Eva Leigh. Scotsman of My Dreams. Karen Ranney. All's Fair in Love and Scandal. The Duke's Guide to Correct Behavior. Megan Frampton. The Maddening Lord Montwood. No Groom at the Inn. Once More, My Darling Rogue. This Earl is on Fire. Only Beloved. Mary Balogh. What a Wallflower Wants. His Wicked Wish. Olivia Drake. Because of Miss Bridgerton.

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The Accidental Duchess. One Dangerous Desire. One Scandalous Kiss. How the Duke Was Won. What a Devilish Duke Desires. Vicky Dreiling. Put Up Your Duke.

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Chasing Lady Amelia. The Earl Next Door. Charis Michaels. Good Dukes Wear Black. Manda Collins. The Irresistible Rogue. Valerie Bowman.

The Untamed Earl. The Earl.

Katharine Ashe. The Pleasures of Passion: Sinful Suitors 4.

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Sabrina Jeffries. Waiting For an Earl Like You. The Charmer in Chaps. Julia London. Hard-Hearted Highlander. The Devil's Love. Seduced by a Scot.

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Wild Wicked Scot. The Ruthless Charmer. Talk of the Ton. Devil in Tartan. Wicked Angel. Rushed to the Altar: Blackwater Brides Book 1. Jane Feather. The Dangerous Gentleman. The Beautiful Stranger. The Vicar's Widow. Historical Romance 2-Book Bundle. The Secret Lover. Sinful Scottish Laird. The Bridesmaid. Lucky Charm. Tempting the Laird. The Perfect Bargain. One Mad Night. The Devil in the Saddle. October Suddenly Single. Louise Allen. Regency Vows: Alison DeLaine. Helen Bianchin. The Princess Plan.

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