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The Dragon on Lochlan Hall

(The ninth book in the Highlander: The Legends series)
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With the laird of the MacQueens on his deathbed and his son presumed lost in the war, Robert Bruce sends Torsten de Graham to secure the MacQueen keep, Lochlan Hall—and to wed the headstrong daughter of the dying man to keep the stronghold in Scots’ favor. Married already to honor and duty, Torsten heeds the king’s command, though he’s fairly certain he’d rather be captured by the English than be wed to a woman known as the Killer of Men, for the suspicious deaths of three previous bridegrooms. Expecting to encounter a man-eating battle-ax, Torsten is unprepared for���and not at all impervious to—the petite angel with the entrancing eyes.

Willful Raina MacQueen doesn’t understand why she can’t rule the clan in her brother’s absence or, more maddening, why everyone keeps insisting her brother must be dead. She finds Torsten de Graham to be arrogant and overbearing, like every other man she’s ever met. And it’s quite obvious he thinks poorly of her, believing all the sordid rumors that she’d dispatched three husbands-to-be already.

Their reluctance to wed is equally matched, but the king’s command cannot be ignored. Yet, an undeniable attraction and a threat to Raina’s life will drive them into each other’s arms. When the safety of her own home and the integrity of her people are called into question, Raina wonders if Torsten de Graham might be the only person she can trust.

Genre: Historical Romance

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