"You are a tenant, Munro, and I am the laird's daughter. You will do as I ask!"
But in trying to bend this proud Highlander to her will, Lucy Sinclair was playing with fire. She had to remind herself forcibly that Alistair Munro was no more than a Scottish peasant, in spite of his arrogant conviction that they were equals. Yet the passion with which he described his people's plight -- driven from their crofts to make way for sheep -- struck a chord in Lucy's heart. Now that he had opened her eyes to reality, could she ever return to her old life of mindless luxury?
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