Highland Princess

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Macmillan, Jul 15, 2000 - Fiction - 320 pages
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SHE REFUSED TO BE ANY MAN'S PRIZE

The only sister to twelve warrior brothers, Princess Bera is more at home on the battlefield than at the hearth. Her heart and heritage lie with her Scottish clan's castle Pitlanric, now under threat from a powerful rival warlord. With her brothers imprisoned in their enemy's dungeons, Bera makes a daring bid to free them, disguising herself to enter the enemy's lair -- only to discover a dangerous and unexpected foe: a golden-haired knight of iron and ice, so cold she cannot fathom how he heats her blood to molten
desire.

HE WAS DETERMINED TO REAP HIS REWARD

A mercenary hired to take Pitlanric for his employer, Curran fights the battle instincts that warn him to beware of this mysterious woman, yet his blood pounds with the need to possess her. Soon, passion will expose their deepest secrets in a world where trust can be a double-edged sword. Bera will give him her body, but Curran wants her heart. To win it, he must challenge a princess to her destiny . . . and a love to its greatest battle.

TOGETHER THEY DISCOVERED A GIFT GREATER THAN RICHES. . .
  

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Contents

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33
IV
56
V
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100
VIII
112
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XIII
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Haywood Smith is the author of "Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch," She lives in Buford, Georgia.

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