September 30, 2011
Available in: e-Book (reprint)
Katrine Campbell had come to the Highlands to rediscover her Scottish roots, hoping for some of the adventure her life in England had sorely lacked. But never in her wildest dreams had she imagined a raven-haired rogue as dangerous and as breathtaking as her kidnapper, Raith MacLean.
The only thing the young MacLean laird despised more than the traitorous Campbells was Katrine, who had the misfortune of being both English and a Campbell. Then Raith began to see that love caused more trouble than enmity when he lost his heart to his beautiful, unruly captive.
Originally published October 1991 in Harlequin Historical #97.
New York Times bestselling author Nicole Jordan spins delightful tales that simmer with passion and sensuality. In her former life, Nicole grew up as an Army brat, moving frequently and attending high school in Germany. She later earned a civil engineering degree from Georgia Tech and spent eight years as a manufacturing manager making disposable diapers and toilet tissue! Currently Nicole lives in Cincinnati with her beloved show horse, EZ. With more than thirty historical romances to her credit and seven million books in print, set in numerous eras and locales, Nicole now enjoys chronicling the sparks that fly when Regency lovers play the matrimonial mating game. Her latest novel, MY FAIR LOVER, a September 2017 release from Ballantine Books, earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly, a Best Book nod from Amazon, a Fresh Pick from Fresh Fiction, and a Top Pick from RT Book Reviews magazine. One of Nicole's novels had the dubious honor of being humorously spotlighted by Jay Leno on The Tonight Show. On a more serious note, Nicole's romances regularly appear on numerous bestseller lists, including The New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly, and have earned such honors as RITA finalist, RWAs Favorite Book of the Year, the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Historical Romance, and the Dorothy Parker Award of Excellence, presented by a group of over one hundred romance reviewers.