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To keep her children safe, Kimbra Charleton is forced by her late husband's thieving clan to scavenge the dead bodies on the battlefield where she stumbles upon a wounded Scottish warrior and, hiding him in her cabin, nurses him back to health and finds redemption in his embrace. Original.
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The second in Potter's trilogy about three brothers in sixteenth-century Scotland, following Beloved Imposter (2004), this tale focuses on Lachlan Maclean, who is injured in a battle fighting for the king. Suffering from amnesia in addition to his wounds, he is rescued by Kimbra Charleton, an English widow and border thief. At first she thinks she can get a ransom for him, but as their attraction grows, she just wants to keep him safe and alive. But the king has ordered that all Scots be killed, and every attempt Kimbra makes to protect Lachlan is thwarted. Betrayals, greed, and violence abound in a complex plot, but there's more than just action here as tenderness and attraction grows between Lachlan and Kimbra. Potter displays her usual competent style, providing a backdrop of foreboding as the reader waits for the hero to remember who he is, for the English to find out that he is a Scot, and for Kimbra to stay strong. In all, a very good read. Mary K. Chelton
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Book Description Berkley, 2006. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0425207420
Book Description Berkley, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0425207420
Book Description Berkley, 2006. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110425207420