This Strong Laird is no Match for the Stubborn Lass He's Long Had His Heart Set On
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"This kind of story is the reason why people are in love with the highlands and the mythical men and women who once roamed the moors."—Kerrigan Byrne, USA Today bestselling author
When a Highland laird decides to marry, nothing can stand in his way…not even the bride.
No one ever accused Kerr MacAlister of being a nice man. Everyone would agree, however, that when the laird makes a promise, nothing can stop him. Which is why everyone knows Isobel MacKinnon will end up his wife.
Isobel spent most of her childhood in love with the tall, dark, and sexy Scot. It wasn't until she was fifteen and failed to entice Kerr into kissing her that things turned sour. Now, Kerr is the one trying to entice her, but Isobel won't be swayed...no matter how tempting he might be.
Then Kerr discovers she may be eloping with someone else, and he has a choice to make—is this Highlander's fate to steal her away himself, to a place where both love and danger lurk, or let her go and face losing her forever?
- Readers will fall in love with this Scottish Highlander Romance with:
- Enemies (or friends?) to lovers
- A bantering band of Scottish brothers
- A lass who never loses (unless it's her heart)
Praise for Alyson McLayne's Highland romances:
"The Highlands sizzle in this sublime tale. Wit, humor, and passion make Highland Thief a must-read romance."—Kathryn Le Veque, USA Today bestselling author
"Alyson's writing takes my breath away...Kerr and Isobel's story is second chance romance at its best, and the angst is turned all the way up to 100! I started this book and didn't put it down until the ride was over."—Kerrigan Byrne, USA Today bestselling author
"Suffused with witty banter, adventure, and passion!"—Eliza Knight, USA Today bestselling author, for Highland Promise
- Mass Paperback
- Case Count: 30
- Series: The Sons of Gregor MacLeod , Book 5
"Gripping...Highland romance fans will have trouble putting this one down." — Publishers Weekly