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Product NameThe Eternal Highlander
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AuthorHannah / Sands, Lynsay Howell
Page Count304
Long DescriptionTwo Rhapsody favorite authors team up to offer you medieval vampyre novellas of nightly passion and eternal love. In Nightriders, Laird Cathal MacNachton is more handsome than any man Lady Bridget Callan has ever laid eyes on. Even his being a Half-blood - part creature of the night and part human - can't quell the burning passion in her heart. As desire rages, so do deadly threats against Cathal's people. Will love prevail when Outsiders and Purebloods alike rebel and put at stake the life of Cathal's one true love? The Highland Bride introduces Conall MacAdie, a proud Highland laird and sexy half-vampyre cousin to Cathal from Nightriders. By negotiating marriage with Eva Caxton's unscrupulous brother, Conall rescues the lovely lady from lifein a nunnery. As they embrace an all-consuming passion, Conall's jealous nephew lays in wait to end Conall's life and usurp his title as laird of the MacAdie clan. Can the handsome highlander protect his beautiful bride from the onslaught of danger - or will Eva get caught in a deadly family rivalry?
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