By Samantha James
From around the Scottish Highlands strides Cameron McKay, the final member of the as soon as robust extended family MacKay. good-looking, fearless, and made up our minds, he's a guy who catches the attention of many a woman.. but he has yet one goal--to locate Meredith, final daughter of the extended family Munro..and strength her to supply him with an inheritor. whilst Cameron MacKay kidnaps Meredith from the mild confines of the priory the place she has sought safe haven, he discovers that he's powerless to withstand her gentle good looks and is captivated by way of her daring bargaining for her freedom. And even if she is the dear daughter of his sworn enemy, Cameron unearths himself tempted to desert his quest to bend her to his will.Meredith had vowed in the past by no means to belief any man..for males and their methods reason soreness to these they love. Her head instructed her to not provide in to the damaging wish she felt for Cameron; yet her center was hoping that he had ultimately deserted his depraved ways...
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He was so tall! Far taller than her father, or even her Uncle Robert, who was by far the largest man at Castle Munro. Her prayer had irritated him, irritated him vastly, she realized. She could well believe that here was a HIS WICKED WAYS / 49 man who believed in no God, yet the notion that any man could be so foolish was almost beyond comprehension. Ah, if only he would let her go. She hesitated, uncertain how to answer. Then, compelled by a force she was powerless to control, her gaze trickled slowly up the strongly muscled column of his neck, past the clenched line of his jaw, to the glitter of his eyes.
His brows were strongly arched, as dark as his hair, his eyes thickly lashed. She’d already noticed the way his nostrils flared slightly outward, in perfect symmetry to the rest of his features. His mouth was thin, yet the slant of it was harsh…so very harsh. All at once she recalled with vivid intensity the way he’d bent his head last evening when he’d warned her not to scream. His lips had brushed hers… The muscles of her belly clenched. Now he’d unwound his plaid from his torso and removed his shirt.
He would avenge the death of his kinsmen through her…through her. Her lungs burned. Had Mother Gwynn even now sent word to her father that she was dead? “Ah, I see you understand. ” HIS WICKED WAYS / 27 The thought tore her heart to shreds. He was right—the sisters would send word of her death, and Papa’s grief would know no bounds. He would be devastated, thinking that she was gone. She well remembered her father’s desolation when her mother had fallen ill and died one long-ago winter, though she had been but a child of ten.