The Reckless One

The Reckless One

eBook - 2010
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Random House, Inc.
As Connie Brockway’s spellbinding Highland trilogy continues, a man with sin in his smile falls for a femme fatale who might be an angel of mercy . . . or death.

Restless, daring, proud, they are the Merricks: Raine, the second son, the reckless one; Ashton, his older brother, the passionate one; and Fia, their sister, the ravishing one. Born of bad blood, they were raised in the Scottish Highlands on lands that belonged to their mother’s kin, the McClairens—until their English father seized the ancestral stronghold for his own. Yet all are destined to find loves as wild and glorious as the isle they call home.

Even for a scoundrel as brash as Raine Merrick, his fate seems impossibly cruel: trapped in a French prison until his father deigns to pay the ransom. After years of waiting, a miracle finally arrives in the form of a striking mystery woman who releases him one moment—and betrays him the next. At least Raine is free to return to McClairen’s Isle and claim its secret treasure. But strange surprises await in the Highlands, where the beautiful traitor is masquerading as an honored guest . . . and tempting Raine with all the lust in his wicked soul.

Baker & Taylor
Rescued from a French prison by a mysterious beauty who then betrays him, Raine Merrick, Lord Merrick's reckless second son, journeys home to search for a hidden treasure, only to come face to face with the deceitful young lady who had saved and abandoned him. Original.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Dell Pub., [2010]
ISBN: 0307759946 (electronic bk.)
9780307759948 (electronic bk.)
Branch Call Number: eBOOK FIC BROCKWAY
Characteristics: 1 online resource (266 p.)


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