Taming the heiress
Meg McNeill never thought of herself as an heiress, let alone one of the richest, most eligible women in all of Scotland. Her humble upbringing in the Western Isles, and her secret child-born of a magical night and a mysterious man- make her role in glittering Edinburgh Society seem unlikely, even dangerous.
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