The Lady Most Willing...LP: A Novel in Three Parts

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HarperCollins, Dec 18, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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At the behest of three of the most talented historical romance authors writing today, you are cordially invited to a ball. No, a party. No . . . a kidnapping.

Taran Ferguson, laird of his clan, is determined that his ancient (if not so honorable) birthright be secured before he dies. When both his nephews refuse to wed, the old reprobate takes matters into his own hands: he raids a ball and makes off with four likely brides . . .

Miss Marilla Chisholm—the bonniest lass in Scotland, and an heiress to boot.

Miss Fiona Chisholm—her older sister, Another Fine Choice (but for that tiny stain on her reputation)

Lady Cecily Tarleton—true, she's an English beauty, but very, very rich.

Miss Catriona Burns—without name OR fortune, clearly someone made a mistake.

Oh, yes. And one very irate duke.

Now, while they wait out a fierce Highland storm in a ruin of a castle, Taran's "guests" are running from Cupid's arrows . . . and from Taran, who is determined to find the lady most willing to love a Scottish lord.

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Reviewed by: Robin Book provided by: Edelweiss Review originally posted at Romancing the Book A wonderful novel in three parts…each story separate yet very complimentary of the next. Julia Quinn ... Read full review

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User Review  - LadyWesley - LibraryThing

I love house party romances, and this one is lots of fun. The, um, eccentric uncle of three unmarried young men kidnaps four single ladies from a nearby house, brings them to his castle, and waits for ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Julia Quinn started writing her first book one month after finishing college and has been tapping away at her keyboard ever since.

The New York Times bestselling author of twenty-two novels for Avon Books, she is a graduate of Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges and lives with her family in the Pacific Northwest.

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