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A compelling tale of romantic intrigue - When fiery Kenna Mackenzie refuses to comply with her guardians wish that she marry an impoverished Scottish laird, Kenna is thrown out on to the streets of Victorian Edinburgh to fend for herself. After many struggles, and just as Kennas luck is turning, it seems Robert Gilmore has not yet finished with her, and will do everything in his power to stall her in her quest for love and happiness . . .
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Janet Woods' previous books include ""The Stonecutter's Daughter ""and ""Where Seagulls Soar,""""""
Kenna Mackenzie is at the mercy of her brother-in-law Robert after her beloved sister’s death. He has arranged a marriage to Rory Challoner, a rough Scottish country laird desirous of Kenna’s wealth. When she refuses the match, she is thrown out of her family’s Edinburgh home. As the daughter of a wealthy lawyer during the reign of Queen Victoria, Kenna has no concept of how to survive on the mean streets and soon succumbs to illness. Dominic Sterne, a widowed English doctor about to return to England with his daughter, helps her recover. Kenna is attracted to her knight in shining armor, but Dominic fights his attraction to her, believing that she is a prostitute. After one night of intimacy, Kenna returns home and accepts her fate with the uncouth Rory, cherishing her memory of Dominic and his daughter. Woods fashions an involving, time-honored story featuring noble heroes and naughty villains sure to please her fans. --Patty Engelmann
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Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # M-0727866265
Book Description Severn House Publishers, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0727866265