In the year of our Lord 1327, the king decreed that Morrigan Llywelyn of Wales was to wed Hugh of Clan MacKay, a Scottish outlaw. Swearing never to bend to his will, Morrigan would tremble before the giant Scot, defeated not by force but by overwhelming desire...
A Scottish Outlaw:
Pardoned by King Edward, the renegade MacKay gave no thought to his bride until their nuptials. Then he faced a beauty with raven hair and dove-white skin he burned to touch, an innocent whose passion nearly drove him mad. And when fate tore her from his arms, he began a desperate quest to find her -- fighting for his kingdom, his honor, and the woman who had stolen his heart.
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