The Seduction of the Glen: A Scottish Medieval Romance Novel (Paperback)

The Seduction of the Glen: A Scottish Medieval Romance Novel By Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple Cover Image

The Seduction of the Glen: A Scottish Medieval Romance Novel (Paperback)


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He's a fierce Highlander warrior, loyal to the Bruce. She's his beautiful English captive, sent to the Northern Highlands for her own safety. He has vowed to protect her, but he will have to risk his own life and his heart to do so . . .

John Sinclair, faithful warrior for Robert the Bruce, makes a fateful wager with his brother: whoever wins Aislynn's affections will wed her.

Only Aislynn de Valence, niece to the English King, is a captive of the Bruce, sent to the Highlands as a prisoner and for her own protection. The last thing she wants is to wed her enemy. To win the wager and the woman, John woos Aislynn with his whole heart.

But the Highlands are unstable, clan fighting against clan. And no one in the Highlands is ready to welcome an Englishwoman into their midst. When Aislynn learns that she was nothing more than a prize in a wager, she decides she's had enough of Scotland and its Highlanders.

Can John convince Aislynn of his true intentions and protect her when she needs him the most?

Discover The Seduction of the Glen, a stunning Sottish historical romance in the Glen Highland Romance series. If you like strong heroes, headstrong heroines, and exciting romance, then discover The Seduction of the Glen Buy The Seduction of the Glen to experience this passionate romance today

The novels in this series are each stand-alone stories and can be read individually in any order, if desired. These historical romances are set in Medieval Highlands and do not shy away from steamy scenes, occasional archaic curses, and accurate scenes of Medieval life

Product Details ISBN: 9798636615811
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: April 29th, 2020
Pages: 208
Language: English