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Lady of the Glen

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A marvelous tale. --Diana Gabaldon

Bestselling author Jennifer Roberson captures readers' hearts and imaginations in this haunting, lyrical tale of an era of savagery and splendor, set against the heather-strewn hills of a divided Scotland. . .

From birth, Catriona Campbell and Alasdair Og MacDonald are enemies--for he is the second son of her clan's most powerful foe. Yet from the moment they meet, they know they will lie in each other's arms someday. But their love, for centuries forbidden, comes at the most dangerous of times, as they become pawns of war. . .and of history.

"Stirring. . .well worth a Highland journey." --Kirkus

"Roberson's world of 17th-century Scotland is atmospherically real, which comes as no surprise from an author who writes acclaimed fantasies." --Publishers Weekly

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Publisher: Kensington

Kindle Book

  • Release date: July 30, 2013

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780758292230
  • Release date: July 30, 2013

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780758292230
  • File size: 1105 KB
  • Release date: July 30, 2013

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Kindle Book
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subjects

Fiction Romance

Languages

English

A marvelous tale. --Diana Gabaldon

Bestselling author Jennifer Roberson captures readers' hearts and imaginations in this haunting, lyrical tale of an era of savagery and splendor, set against the heather-strewn hills of a divided Scotland. . .

From birth, Catriona Campbell and Alasdair Og MacDonald are enemies--for he is the second son of her clan's most powerful foe. Yet from the moment they meet, they know they will lie in each other's arms someday. But their love, for centuries forbidden, comes at the most dangerous of times, as they become pawns of war. . .and of history.

"Stirring. . .well worth a Highland journey." --Kirkus

"Roberson's world of 17th-century Scotland is atmospherically real, which comes as no surprise from an author who writes acclaimed fantasies." --Publishers Weekly

Expand title description text