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Highland Lioness - The Highland Ballad Series #4 - cover

Highland Lioness - The Highland Ballad Series #4

Kristin Gleeson

Publisher: An Tig Beag Press

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Scotland 1559 
From a USA Today bestselling author comes a tale of love and intrigue. 
Morag MacGregor hates the duplicitous and intrigue-filled Scots court, especially the outrageous and beguiling court favourite, Alexander Munro. She wants to return home to her secret betrothed, but not before she extracts revenge on the Campbells. Her desire for revenge traps her in a perilous scheme and entangles her with Alexander. Will treachery win out or will love?  
Set in the one of the most critical periods of Scottish history, when religion and politics divides the country and civil war threatens, the novel is an adventure and danger filled romance that reflects the tumultuous times. 
A stand-alone novel that forms part of the Highland Ballad series.

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