Rogue With A Brogue
St. Martin’s, Jul 29 2014, $7.99
A cease fire somewhat ends the seemingly endless feud between the clans MacLawry and Campbell. Marquis Ranulf MacLawry (see The Devil Wears Kilts) asks his brother Arran to stay in London to insure both clans especially theirs adhere to the shaky peace.
At a masquerade, Arran wearing the mask of a fox eludes his chosen fiancée by dancing with a masked Lady Vixen. Attracted to her, he learns she is Mary Campbell, granddaughter of their rival clan’s chief. Feeling the same about her foxy suitor, Arran and Mary begin secretly seeing each other with plans to head north to marry; each knows if caught too soon their respective chieftain relatives would end their relationship and probably the fragile truce.
The second Scandalous Highlanders Regency romance (see The Devil Wears Kilts) is a great historical starring a foxy Romeo and a vixen Juliet; as two angry feuding clans find common ground in pursuit of the runaways. Readers will relish this terrific historical as love may end a long running feud or toss fuel that turns a simmering fire into an inferno.