By Cathy Maxwell
She was firm to marry for romance, by no means waiting for that her adventures might lead her to a life of ardour. The Runaway Heiress Like many a Regency pass over, Lyssa Harrell longs for romance, yet understands her responsibility lies in marriage. nonetheless, while her father grants her hand to a dissolute yet well-connected lord, she does the unthinkable ... she flees to Scotland. to not Gretna eco-friendly, yet to her kinfolk -- and to the fort the place her mom as soon as were so satisfied. during this romantic land she's going to realize her heart's wish. a guy looking His Fortune yet she does not anticipate Ian Campion. The ruggedly good-looking guy has his orders: fetch the runaway daughter domestic! Ian has a cost on his head and a dire want for the gift Lyssa's father bargains. monitoring Lyssa down is simple adequate, convincing her to come is hard ... and never seducing her is most unlikely. And Their Scandalous Adventures quickly, Lyssa is at the event of a life-time. She has to sleep within the nice open air, and flee from mysterious makes an attempt on her existence. She is familiar with she's ruined within the eyes of society, yet she is keen to stand precise damage -- and threat every little thing for the incredible ardour she unearths in Ian's robust hands. And after they go back to civilization, the 2 needs to confront the main perilous event of all ... admitting their unanticipated love.
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Deeply concerned him. Too often his life had been saved by his gut instincts. He hated the idea he might be getting too old for these games. Minutes passed like hours. What the devil were the bastards up to out there? He thought he heard a rustling. He stared at the black wall of the wagon in front of him, wishing he could see through it. He raised his pistol. With his other arm, he protectively pushed Miss Harrell back against her books, keeping her close to his side. Let the bastards come. His temper was up now, and he knew he could have the strength of ten men when he was this angry.
Lyssa wrapped her blue-and-green plaid, the Adventures of a Scottish Heiress 27 tartan of the Davidsons, around her and smiled into the campﬁre’s ﬂames. Traveling by Gypsy wagon was a wonderfully romantic way to reach her destination. All was exactly as she liked it. She had new friends in Abrams and his wife, Duci, a motherly mentor in the guise of Abrams’ mother, Madame Linka, and a pleasant colorful mode of transportation where no one knew her or cared to ask questions, because Gypsies were rarely welcome anywhere.
Well . . ” Mrs. Harrell walked to the door. She paused. “I believe, Mr. Campion, you will have your work cut out for you. ” he dared to ask. A secret smile lingered on her lips. She shook her head and then shrugged. “I’m not certain, but knowing Lyssa, no one could take her by force without a ﬁght on their hands. She is much like her father. And I do not feel here”—she pressed the tips of her ﬁngers to her breastbone above her heart—“that she is in danger. ” Ian looked to Harrell. “My daughter is a bit of a bluestocking, except, of course, she prefers novels with, well, you know, with romance.
Adventures of a Scottish Heiress by Cathy Maxwell