Love Without Reason
An illegitimate baby was fodder for the local gossips—especially when the identity of the baby's father was uncertain. But Riona knew that Cameron Adams, the wealthy American who owned the farm she managed in Scotland, was her son's father. He was also the man who'd left her without a word.
When Cam returned and took one look at the five-month-old baby in her arms, Riona's deepest fear became a reality. Cam gave her a choice—a marriage of convenience to legitimize their son…or a custody battle that Riona knew only Cam could win!
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Love Without Reason is the eighth romance novel by British author, Alison Fraser. Riona Macleod is dismayed at the return of the new laird of the estate to her highland village, but glad that she doesn’t have the baby with her. As long as Cameron Adams doesn’t see him, he will believe her claim that Rory is not his baby. She’s content is her tiny, rundown croft, if not happy, and Cam can only upset things.
When he arrived from Boston to claim his inheritance, this wealthy American wasn’t expecting to fall in love, but meeting a feisty Scots lass changed all that. Their summer was idyllic. Then Cam found his trust had been betrayed. And now he discovers that Riona had a baby, which might just be his.
Fraser has a real knack for the laconic American and the British girl who is the mistress of the verbal put-down. This one has some lump-in-the-throat moments as these two tangle. In this genre, Fraser is a talent author, and it is a shame her output was so limited. Enjoyable.