Mary Wine’s fascinating Scottish Highland romances are consistent sellers and garner great reviews.
The illegitimate born Katherine Carew has been enjoying her time with the MacPherson clan in Scotland having lived life in England unwanted and hidden, she now feels free of all rules and social constraints. Her adventurous spirit lands her among the MacPhersons’ sworn enemies, who start spreading rumors to destroy her already tarnished reputation.
The honorable Rolfe McTavish swoops in and rescues Katherine but has no idea just how much of a handful she’ll really be…or that before he knows it he’ll start falling for the beautiful English hellion.
About the Author
Mary Wine has written over twenty novels that take her readers from the pages of history to the far reaches of space. Recent winner of a 2008 EPPIE Award for erotic western romance, her book Let Me Love You was quoted “Not to be missed…” by Lora Leigh, New York Times best-selling author.
When she’s not abusing a laptop, she spends time with her sewing machines…all of them! Making historical garments is her second passion. From corsets and knickers to court dresses of Elizabeth I, the most expensive clothes she owns are hundreds of years out of date. She’s also an active student of martial arts, having earned the rank of second degree black belt.
"A quick pace, exciting escapades, lively dialogue and simmering sensuality combine with the aura of the era to sweep readers away into a tale they can relish." - RT Book Reviews
"Wine's skillful pacing and thoughtful characterizations shine, and her proto-feminist heroine is a delight. " - Publishers Weekly
"This period in Scotland's history comes alive and becomes real. With the outstanding cast of characters you can't help but to get wrapped up in the decisions needing to be made and the alliances that form." - Night Owl Reviews, 5 stars, TOP PICK
Series: Highland Weddings
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 6th June 2017
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 17.5 x 10.6
Weight (kg): 0.16