Magnus isn't who he thought he was. Unbenownst even to the laird himself, Magnus is in fact Faelan Braewick the second son of the murdered Laird of Kincaid and his wife. Magnus wants nothing more than to unleash his revenge yet rather than reveal his identity outright he returns to Alwyn's treacherous hall in search of answers about what really happened the night his parents were killed - but also to free the mysterious young woman imprisoned in the laird's tower and claim her for his own. Tara Iverach is a prisoner. Ordered to marry Bryce, the Laird Alwyn's brutish eldest son, she's been confined to the laird's tower "for her own protection." She fears the day she will be forced to marry Bryce...but fears even more that the laird has decided to keep her for himself. The only light in her days comes from Magnus and their fleeting glances and clandestine messages. But with her wedding day approaching and a dark secret rising to the surface, can Tara trust her heart to this rebel?
"Lily Blackwood is a fantastic new voice in Scottish romance. Get ready to be carried away!" -- New York Times bestselling author Monica McCarty
Blackwood debuts with a nonstop read, brimming over with wonderful character portrayals and deep emotions. A realistic historical background and a plot fraught with unexpected twists and turns enhance the sensuality. Readers will be eager for the next installment in Blackwood's original series. -- RT Book Reviews
It doesn't get any better than this lovely historical romance. This book had me captivated from the first page. This emotional story begins a journey of redemption, love and trust for three Highland sons and the remarkable women they fall in love with along the way. -- Night Owl Reviews, Top Pick
The harsh realities of 14th-century life are offset by the raw beauty of the land and the stalwart nature of the people. The protagonists' intense passion will keep readers riveted. -- Publishers Weekly
About Lily Blackwood
Since her earliest days, Lily Blackwood has found a friend in books. Raised an Army brat, her family moved often, and books were constant companions who always smoothed the transition to a new location and a new set of friends. Now, Lily lives Texas where she writes sexy historical romance novels about fierce Highlanders looking out over a garden tended by her own handsome, dashing husband. She suffers endless (fun and always welcome!) interruptions by her two children. And like many authors, she writes with a cat-or two-wrapped around her legs.
The Rebel of Clan Kincaid by Lily Blackwood
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