A Scot’s Pride

 
Synopsis

Jane Austen's world meets the Highlands of Scotland in an exciting new, sexy Scottish Regency series by USA Today bestselling author Eliza Knight. Gently bred ladies collide with noble Scottish heroes in these new dramatic and emotionally charged tales of misadventure and love.

Bryson Mackenzie Fraser, Lord Lovat, is in need of a wife, but not just any bride will do. He needs someone unaware of his reputation in the Highlands or the stipulations behind his inheritance. On the pretense of visiting his aging aunt in London, he begins his search in earnest. Except the ladies of England find his Scottish upbringing distasteful. While at a club, he overhears an old baron speak of the five beautiful daughters he must marry off before he dies. The way seems surely paved—all Bryson has to do is follow the baron and his family to the English countryside, where he can begin his wooing in earnest.

Miss Freya Grysham, daughter of Baron Braye, finds herself and her four sisters in dire straits when her ill father informs her that the entail of his title, lands and fortune is unbreakable. This means her braggart of a cousin will soon inherit everything. With a laughable dowry and a cynical, if droll, demeanor, finding a willing mate will be a challenge, especially with the arrogant Lord Fraser constantly in attendance. She cannot shake the man who appears to disdain all of society—the man she can’t help but admire.

Then circumstances force Bryson and Freya to separate. To win Freya’s heart this Scot must set aside his pride. Will Freya say “I do” before the clock runs out?

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A Dash of Scot

 
Jane Austen’s world meets the Highlands of Scotland in an exciting new, sexy Scottish Regency series by USA Today bestselling author Eliza Knight. Gently bred ladies collide with noble Scottish heroes, in these new dramatic and emotionally charged tales of misadventure, and love. 

After the death of their father, Lord Featherstone, sisters Poppy and Annise, along with their mother, endure their new living arrangements at their Edinburgh house with their half-brother and his greedy and jealous wife. The only good to come of it is that the new lady of the house has brought her enigmatic and dashing brother, Dougal MacKay, with her. A whirlwind romance begins between the two, until the new Lady Featherstone puts a rather vicious end to it, and insists the recent widow and her daughters be removed from the house and cut off without a penny... 

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