"The Duke of Sudeleigh is determined to marry off his troublesome daughter Elizabeth. And the headstrong beauty is just as determined to escape the nuptials. So when her carriage almost overturns and she's rescued by a lowly Scottish farmer, she sneaks into his bed-and is discovered. Her father forces them to marry, knowing Douglas MacKinnon is no poor crofter but a powerful laird. Douglas has agreed to the wedding in return for the duke's help at court, for he desperately desires to regain his lands. But life with his feisty English bride soon gives rise to other desires."--BOOK JACKET.
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