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A Heart In The Highlands

Barbara Cartland

Publisher: Barbara Cartland

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Summary

"I have the privilege of being half-Scottish and for me Scotland is the most romantic country in the world.I admit to a number of Scottish admirers and indeed I married two Scotsmen.But for me nothing can compete with Scotland's rugged sweeping mountains, cascading waterfalls, the skirl of the bagpipes and the swirl of the kilt.Dream Castles and tall handsome Highlanders.Romance Heaven for the heart."Barbara Cartland
 
The Books In this first book of Favourites are :
 
1. The Little Pretender2. The Chieftain Without A Heart3. The Secret of The Glen4. The Duchess Disappeared5. Love Lifts the Curse6. The Call of The Highlands7. The Heart of The Clan8. The Curse of The Clan9. A Chieftain Finds Love10. The Scots Never Forget
Available since: 12/05/2018.

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