The second book by talented author Ann Stephens is a sweeping Scottish tale set in both America and Scotland. Stephens has crafted glorious scenery, a moving plot line, a very kissable hero, and just the right lady for him.
Laird Kieran Rossburn has come to America--more specifically, New Yor--to marry his betrothed, but when he meets docile Diantha Quinn and her mulish family, can he actually go through with the marriage?
He is yet again reminded that he has no choice by the tactless mother of the bride when he puts his foot down regarding spying servants. But no sooner
have they set sail for home than Kieran sees the another Diantha, passion and all.
Which is the real Diantha, and can the passion that she has slowly unleashed toward him be anything other than what it is?
Diantha Quinn would love nothing better to be married and leave the confining walls of her parentís home, but to be shipped from one cage to another? For surely that is what marriage is, according to her friends. But how can she not fall under the spell of her new husbandís tenderness, when she has never known
it under her parentís roof? How can she not fall a little in love with him after he stands up for her, which no one has ever done before? And how can she stop from falling under his passionate advances when he is so incredible to the touch?
Ann Stephens is a very promising author with a bright future ahead. I am
excited to read more from her in the future.