HIGHLANDER’S HONOR SERIES

Reader beware — This series features lots of plaid, possible historical inaccuracies, two high-spirited heroines facing off against sword-swinging alpha-heroes worthy of some serious swooning, and a dastardly plot that could ruin everything. There is no cheating to be found here, and a Highland HEA is guaranteed.

Inside every history book is a heartthrob waiting to be discovered…

Highlander’s Honor: A Highland Historical Romance (Book 1: An Unwilling Bride)

All my father wanted was to appease Clan Mackay. Maybe after he made a deal they would stop their raids and maintain the peace of the Laird’s lands and keep the promises they had broken again, and again. But what my father hadn’t bargained on was that Lachlann Mackay, the fearsome leader of the warlike clan at our doorstep, would want a bride in exchange for his peace. A promise is a promise, and my sister will do her duty to our father, but when she disappears on her wedding day there is only one person who could take her place, but the last thing I want is to be tied to a filthy barbarian for the rest of my life. But if I do not—if I go against my father’s wishes and break the oath that was made, all of our lives are in danger.

Highlander’s Honor: A Highland Historical Romance (Book 2: A Stolen Bride

All Alistair MacCullach wanted was to appease Clan Mackay. Perhaps after he made a deal they would stop their raids and maintain the peace of the laird’s lands. Perhaps they would keep the promises they had broken again, and again. But what Morag and Cat’s father hadn’t bargained on, was that Lachlann Mackay, the fearsome leader of the warlike clan, would want a bride in exchange for his peace.

Morag MacCullach believes in destiny; but when things look darkest, hope is a hard thing to find…

Kidnapped on the day of her wedding by a band of lawless raiders intent on securing their own piece of history, Morag MacCullach is at the mercy of Manus Camran, a man who believes that a wealthy bride will make the laird recognize his claim to his father’s legacy. Escape seems futile, but Morag is stronger than she looks, and there may yet be a way to save herself and escape her cruel fate.

Highlander’s Honor: A Highland Historical Romance (Book 3: Warlord’s Prize)

When Morag MacCullach was kidnapped on her wedding day, her sister Cat vowed that she would find her and bring her safely home to be married to the man she had been promised to.

But what she had not expected was that her father would be so dead set on an alliance with the Mackay Clan that he would put her in Morag’s place to be married to the wild son of Ginny Mackay. The marriage could not be real, she would never allow it. But as time passed, there was no sense in denying that the anger and distrust she felt for Lachlann Mackay had become something else entirely.

“She’s been taken by Manus Camran—she’ll be dead by now… Or worse.”

But Morag has been missing for months, and Cat refuses to believe that what everyone says is true. Despite everything, she’s determined to see her sister rescued, even if it means taking matters into her own hands and facing Manus Camran herself.

Highlander’s Honor: A Medieval Historical Romance (The Complete Trilogy)

Catriona MacCullach had no plans to be anyone’s bride. And she certainly didn’t have any intention of being tied to a filthy barbarian for the rest of her life.

To appease the warlike clan that had been raiding their livestock and setting fire to their barns, Alistair MacCullach made a deal. But trading away his eldest daughter in exchange for a measure of peace could not have been more misguided.

Kidnapped by a rebel leader, Morag MacCullach’s life hangs in the balance, and her youngest sister is forced to marry Lachlann Mackay, a warlord in his own right, in order to secure his assistance in bringing the rebel to heel.

With danger lurking around every corner, Cat and Morag must use all of their stubborn courage to survive and find happiness, but every happy ending comes at a price.