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A Lass for the Laird's Men - The Laird's Lass #1 - cover

A Lass for the Laird's Men - The Laird's Lass #1

Chera Zade, Delaney Jane

Publisher: Chera Zade

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Summary

Newly married Fiona has never known the touch of a man, and her new elderly husband has no intention of changing such things, even as dangers close in to take what's his.  
The only way to assure the Laird's legacy and her place in his castle is to make sure his line continues. 
But how can she provide such a promise when her husband has no desire for her? 
Perhaps the Laird's lustful men could be the answer. 
They've seen the way she looks at them, and when she seeks a pair of the Laird's guards in the stables, Fiona discovers she's in for one hell of a ride. 
They're going to take her hard and unprotected, seeding her fertile untouched body, but will these hungry and ready Highlanders give her what she needs, or will the two of them be two much for her to take? 
 
 
This searing hot, Historical short story is for a mature audience

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