Say Yes to the Scot: A Highland Wedding Box Set by Anna Harrington, Lecia Cornwall, May McGoldrick, Sabrina York
Date Read: June 20th 2017
Genre: Historical, Romance
You are formally invited to the Highland wedding event of the year. These four lasses are about to meet their matches in an original digital anthology featuring stories from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Sabrina York, Lecia Cornwall, Anna Harrington, and May McGoldrick.
How a Lass Wed a Highlander by Lecia CornwallIn this retelling of The Princess and The Pea, Laird Alex Munro of Culmore has just five weeks to find a bride and marry her...or else the clan will be cursed with ill luck. Cait MacLeod finds herself caught in a clan feud, and when she tries to stop a deadly raid, she ends up as Alex Munro’s prisoner. With timing running out, is this couple meant to be?
A Match Made in Heather by Anna HarringtonShe was the laird's daughter. He was nothing more than a penniless, nameless Scot with nothing to offer but his heart. Fate tore them apart, but now he's back in her life with status, money and a title. Can they let go of past hurts and find love?
A Midsummer Wedding by May McGoldrickTheir marriage was two decades in the making. The young, educated woman and her highland, pirate husband, betrothed when they were still children. But on the day of their wedding, Elizabeth Hay and Alexander Macpherson are in for a surprise.
The Scot Says I Do by Sabrina YorkCatherine Ross's world is turned upside down when her brother gambles away every penny they own. But to make matters worse? He’s lost everything to none other than Duncan Mackay, the rugged Scot who Catherine loved for years--but he never noticed her, and now she positively loathes him. But her brother’s in danger of going to Newgate, and the despicable Duncan has a plan– she can claim back the money and save her brother. If she marries him…
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So unusual that all 4 novellas in this book are 5 stars. I loved them all! I will not write too much as I do not like to spoil the stories.
Lecia Cornwall’s “How a Lass Weds a Highlander” continues her standalone fairy tale novellas with a Princess and the Pea story. I have enjoyed all of them. According to legend, Alex Munro has 5 weeks to Midsummer’s Eve to find, fall in love with and marry a bride with the fairy ring to restore the clan’s luck, which has not been good lately. Cait MacLeod is sorry she thought her Sutherland cousin might be a good match for her and leaves his keep to go home. She gets lost in the woods, but found by the Munro who thinks she is an enemy Sutherland. So does Alex marry in time?
Anna Harrington’s “A Match Made in Heaven” may cause tears but is wonderful. Arabel loves Garrick, who works for her family. They plan to elope but she cancels due to family problems. He’s furious she chose her family over him. Ten years later they find they have each inherited half of her Great Uncle’s estate. They must share the estate for 6 months before either can sell their share. So do they settle their past?
May McGoldrick’s “A Midsummer Wedding” has lowlander Elizabeth Hay facing a marriage arranged when she was a child to highlander Alexander Macpherson. She has waited long enough for him and wants to make him back out so she can do as she wants. She pretends to be someone else to meet him but a storm forces them together.
Sabrina York’s “The Scot Says I Do” finds Catherine ‘s brother Peter trying to marry her off. But at 12 she fell in love with the family’s groom, Duncan Mackay, who saved her life and then broke her young heart. What a coincidence that Peter now owes Duncan a large sum of money. Will the heart broken at 12 be able to heal and find a HEA?
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