Kasey Cameron, a fourteenth-century Scottish lass, curses herself as a fool for believing the Mackintosh warrior. He has sworn, despite their clans' feud, he loves her and will claim her. As she waits, her clansmen kill those she holds dear as well as disuse and abuse her. Trust and hope fade with each sunset. Connor Mackintosh, his clan's tanist, would wait no longer. Nigh on three years before, fate introduced him to the lady of the falls. His clan needed her spirit. He craved her touch. The time had come to claim his heart's desire. With his brothers' lives--and hearts--at risk, the hunter and the healer reunite. Connor finds a mere shadow of the woman he loved. Kasey fears the harm he could inflict upon her, yet dreams he will teach her to believe in love again.
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The Wild Rose Press
September 25, 2008
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Excerpt from Every Heart Has Its Day by Lynda Lukow
Forever. She could hope for no more than a day.
He suckled on her earlobe, then nibbled a trail down her neck. Warmth kindled to a full blaze when he kissed a path up her neck, drew back, and looked into her eyes.
The love in the depths of his gilded orbs sent her heart tapping like a woodpecker's beak. She turned away. She had too much sense to believe he spoke to her.
Gentle fingers nudged her chin. "Look at me."
Moisture stung her eyes. Her laird's incessant barbs echoed in the niches of her mind. She was not worthy of this man, nor any other. A tear escaped.
He wiped away the drop with the pad of his thumb. "Fret not. We shall find a way."
His breath feathered her lips. She moistened them with the tip of her tongue.
He ran his tongue over her lips, then gently savored them. She should pull away, but chose not to.