“Medieval Scotland roars to life in this fabulous series.” — Pamela Palmer, NYT bestselling author
Zebra Historical Romance
She Could Never Live In His World
Lady Catarine MacLaren is a fairy princess, duty-bound to eschew the human world. But the line between the two realms is beginning to blur. English knights have launched an assault on the MacLarens, just as the families of Comyn have captured the Scottish king and queen. Now, Catarine is torn between loyalty to her people and helping the handsome, rust-haired Lord Trálin rescue the Scottish king…
But He Couldn’t Live Without Her
As guard to King Alexander, Lord Trálin MacGruder will stop at nothing to defend the Scottish crown against the Comyns. And he finds a sympathetic, and gorgeous, ally in the enigmatic Princess Catarine. As they plot to rescue the kidnapped king and queen, Trálin and Catarine will discover a love made all but impossible by her obligations to the Otherworld. But a passion this extraordinary may be worth the irreversible sacrifices it demands…
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Her turquoise eyes as entrancing as a spell cast, torn between wanting her and propriety, Trálin chose the latter. “I want you, lass, make no mistake of that.” He allowed himself the luxury to smooth his thumb across her full mouth, her taste potent in his mind, and then stepped back. “But you are nae mine to have.” How could this woman mean so much to him? As if since meeting her he’d found rational? A question came to mind, and hope ignited. “Do you love him?”
She looked away. “My feelings toward my betrothed change naught.”
However absurd, however wrong the timing, he was more a fool if he didna discover if they had a chance. “Catarine, I am a powerful lord, one who holds the king’s ear. If you do nae love this man, we can—”
She looked at him and swallowed hard. “Do naught.” Regret darkened her eyes. “I must go.”
Blast it. He closed the distance.
Catarine stepped back. “Do nae touch me again.”
“Because you want me?” he demanded.
“Aye.” She closed her eyes, slowly opened them, and the sadness within made his heart ache. “And because any chance for us can never be.”
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